Mia Khalifa Just Opened Up For The First Time About Her Actual Experience Of Working In Adult Movies

By Noomyalay Khan | 26 Jun, 2020

Mia Khalifa shared her adult movies experience for the very first time

Mia Khalifa, a Lebanese-American sports commentator and model first gained worldwide fame when her adult movie, in which she was wearing a hijab, went viral. Since then she has been on the receiving end of major backlash, especially from the Muslim community.


Recently Mia Khalifa had been sharing her adult movies experience in TikToks that she had posted recently

Mia posts regularly on her TikTok and has over seven million followers. Recently she posted a video where she writes about her dissociative disorder and short stint in the adult industry.


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After this TikTok gained massive support, Mia Khalifa opened up about her work in adult movies for the first time ever

She started by saying she has never talked about this in public as she feared a backlash, although she has given interviews in the past recounting her experiences in the industry she had not addressed her work in as much detail.

According to Mia, she was asked to do a photoshoot with a photographer who worked for Vogue magazine, after her infamous hijab video 

For a chance to be featured in a famous mainstream magazine, she agreed to pose for the photographer.

However, Mia Khalifa said that because of her experience with adult movies she could sense that the photoshoot was really something else

But she says she went along with the whole thing in the hopes of gracing the covers of the revered fashion magazine.

She went on to say that she was taken to a remote location where she was asked to pose in weird manner and costume

This sounds like a classic case where the victim is in fear of their perpetrator’s influence but goes along with the whole thing, which was exactly what Mia did. She says she put on a hijab and held two replica guns and started posing as the photographer told her to, even though she says she was afraid of him and what he would be capable of.


After the photoshoot was done, Mia says he asked her to take all her clothes off and pose some more

Even though she had been without clothes on the camera before, she says that was still with consent (regardless of the manner it was taken in) she had given. This was a sudden demand sprung on her which made the model panic.

Mia Khalifa says that despite her experience in adult movies, this photoshoot made her dissociate, which basically is a condition where there’s a disconnection between how the mind handles the person’s surroundings

According to her, the photographer also touched her inappropriately, making her even more uncomfortable and unsure.

Mia says that it didn’t matter what his intentions or gender was, only the fact that he caused her emotional and mental trauma for which she had to seek professional therapy


Mia Khalifa also named the men she claims to have consciously chosen to deceive her in her adult movies’ stint

Along with the whole ordeal being painful, she said she wasn’t paid for those photos or in any way informed about, let alone taken permission of regarding their usage.


Support poured in for Mia Khalida from all places when she opened up about this behavior from the adult movies industry


But not everyone was as forgiving, as comments about her racist past started trickling in as well

What do you think about Mia’s experience? Let us know in the comments below.


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