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PornHub found that current events affected top searches of the year.

People wanted to watch lots of ‘alien’ and ‘Belle Delphine’ porn in 2019, PornHub data reveals

The pornography-distributing platform had 42 billion visits to its website in 2019, and 115 million visits every day of the year.

Apple has strange, entrancing ASMR videos on its YouTube channel that have nothing to do with Apple

Maybe Apple just wants everyone to chill out, because these videos were pretty effective in relaxing me.
Lisa Rinna of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

ASMR-style whispers dubbed over iconic reality TV moments is the latest trend sweeping Twitter

Combining ASMR and reality TV sounds like it shouldn't work — but it really, really does. The hilarious tweets speak for themselves.
Mackenna Kelly, the star of the "Life with MaK" ASMR YouTube channel.

A 13-year-old girl reportedly makes over $1,000 a day creating ASMR videos as YouTube works to keep its child stars safe

Children are taking part in the ASMR trend, and getting paid for it. YouTube videos of kids chewing and whispering into mics gain millions of views.
When a person hears whispering, crinkling, tapping, or other ASMR triggers, they experience tingling sensations in areas of or throughout their entire bodies.

Michelob Ultra’s Super Bowl ad used ASMR triggers to sell beer. Here’s what you should know about the audio trend that makes some people f...

Michelob used ASMR triggers as part of its 2019 Super Bowl ad. Here's what you should know about the audio trend that gives some people a tingling sensation.
Zoe Kravitz stars in Michelob Ultra's ad

Millions of Americans just learned what ASMR is from Michelob Ultra’s Super Bowl commercial — but they aren’t loving it

The brand enlisted actress Zoe Kravitz to promote beer through ASMR, but online reaction to the ad was mixed.

Michelob Ultra’s Super Bowl ad had Zoe Kravitz whispering about pure gold beer — here’s what ASMR is and why such videos have become...

Autonomous sensory meridian response was first documented less than 10 years ago. Now ASMR is becoming a pervasive part of popular culture.
Even Kate Hudson has gotten in on the ASMR trend. Here, she plays with sequined clothing in an ASMR series for W Magazine.

There’s a massive internet community that’s obsessed with videos of ‘brain-tingling’ sounds, and the people who make them earn...

Unlike most of YouTube, ASMR is about listening, not watching. People have created hours of videos where they mix slime, conduct fake eye exams, and scratch on books, among other things, all to create tingles in the listeners' brains and spines. And plenty of people do this to pay the bills.