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Mia Khalifa: This is How My Family Dealt With My "Pornographic Films" (Video)

Saturday, November 27, 2021

 

Mia Khalifa: This is How My Family Dealt With My "Pornographic Films" (video)
Mia Khalifa

 

The former porn star, Mia Khalifa, spoke about the scenes of working in the pornographic film industry, in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation "BBC", as part of the "Hard Talk" program.


Khalifa (26 years old), who has repeatedly talked about the scenes of her short experience in making pornographic films, explained that there are many stories of sexual exploitation within the pornographic film industry, and she also contacted many girls via e-mail, who talked about being victims of sexual trade, while some of them spoke Forcing them to have sex in pornographic films, and some of them sign incomprehensible contracts for work, which turns their lives into hell because of the exploitation of men.


Khalifa, of Lebanese origin, said: "It made me feel, well, that maybe it was good that I started talking about the topic," knowing that she entered the pornographic film industry, for only 3 months in 2015, but she still ranks first in some sites today. adult movies.


Khalifa said that fear forced her to act in the hijab, and she explained that she literally told the producers: “You guys are going to lead me to murder,” but they laughed, and confirmed that she was forced to have sex wearing the hijab, because of her fear of refusing instructions, and that she received death threats after that from side of ISIS.


Khalifa explained that she is unable to erase her pornographic films, because of the many views these films have achieved on the sites for their owners and producers, adding that she feels pain, especially when she goes out to the public, stressing that everyone stares at her to the point that she feels that people have the ability to see her without her clothes, And that this causes her deep shame, and makes her feel that she has lost all her rights to privacy.


Khalifa spoke of her family: “They disowned me when they found out. I felt completely alienated not only by the world, but by my family and the people around me. Especially after I left work, and I was left alone though. I realized that some people can't overlook mistakes, but time heals all wounds, and things are getting better now.”


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