NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A study published Friday by Rutgers University’s Center for Media Studies confirmed that “missionary” and “in love” are the two most popular pornography search terms on the internet. “An extensive five-year analysis of thousands of porn engines across the web revealed that 87 percent of sought-after videos begin with a monogamous couple having sex face-to-face and end with the two engaging in loving pillow talk on the bed they share,” said lead researcher Martha Stapleton, adding that the two categories just narrowly beat out search terms like “hand holding,” “eye contact,” and “kiss on cheek.” “Additionally, we found that more than half of all people who consume pornography routinely look for clips with the tags ‘10-year anniversary’ and ‘nice candlelit dinner,’ while 34 percent seek out the labels ‘faithful forever’ and ‘life partner.’” Stapleton added that hundreds of the next-most-popular search items were just variations of the term “anal fisting.”