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Mia Khalifa Speaks Out About Traumatizing Three Months In Porn Industry

Mia Khalifa may be the biggest name in the adult industry, but in actual fact, she was only in said industry for three months.

Khalifa rose to prominence after starring in a highly controversial video, in which she wore a Muslim hijab, sparking headlines across the world and anger in many Muslim countries.

Despite leaving the industry and continuing work in numerous other fields (such as sports commentary), Mia still has a huge presence on social media.

Posting recently, she spoke out about her time in the adult industry and of just how traumatic it can be.

Wearing a dressing gown while staring into the distance, text above the video reads:

That hourly dissociative attack from remembering hundreds of millions of people’s only impression of you is solely based on the lowest, most toxic, most uncharacteristic 3 months of your life when you were 21.

But not everybody is happy with what Mia has said, with others in the industry furious that she always talks so poorly about it.

Kendra Sunderland, who also works in the adult industry, wrote on Twitter:

How the f*ck does @miakhalifa trend every time she whines about porn… girl if ur that upset about it close down ur porn sites, have your content removed, change ur name. Stop trying to paint a bad light on the industry cause for some goddamn reason the world only listens to you [sic]

Mia hit back, writing:

I’m not sure who’s more naive: Me for signing my life away to exploiters, or you for thinking I own any of the rights to the content? I have zero control over it and have been fighting for years to figure out a way to get it taken down.

She added:

I have a lot of unpacked trauma revolving around my shame. And when I went on your show I felt everything I’ve worked for to try and be taken seriously in sports threatened, and my fight or flight said “def don’t be mellow. Anything but mellow. GO!” I’m sorry.

Who do you think is in the right?

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