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Mia Khalifa Regrets Working In P*rn Industry | Warns Girls: “Don’t Do That”

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People are coming out to support former s*x workers, Mia Khalifa after she admits to having mental attacks from remembering her short time in the p*rn industry. Hailing from Beirut, Lebanon, Mia Khalifa stepped into the adult industry at 21 and worked for just three months. However, she regrets the decision and warns girls to not do that to themselves. She posted a comment on a TikTok video where she wrote “Girls don’t do that, it’s not worth it”. Later, she took to her TikTok to make a video about it and wrote the caption, “it is what it was”.

https://www.tiktok.com/@cedric.is.king/video/6839117877384105221

Mia Khalifa Talked About Her Former Job

Twitter users rallied behind to support Mia Khalifa, who left working in the p*rn industry after just three months. During the time, she also gained attention from the religious extremist group, ISIS, which threatened her with eternal damnation.

Mia Khalifa’s time after leaving has not been so easy at all. Here is what one user wrote:

“Mia Khalifa has had:

ISIS issue fatwas against her
Religious bigots slut-shaming her (when they consume her content the most)
Her own parents disowning her
Not being welcomed in her home country
Men taking unsolicited pics of her in public (cheers to her for punching them)”

Mia Khalifa told her TikTok viewers that she suffers from dissociative attacks when she remembers her short time in the adult industry and realizes that people only remember her for those 90 days. She calls it the lowest, most toxic, and most uncharacteristic days of her life. Check out her post below:

@miakhalifa

It is what it was

♬ original sound – em

In another post, she revealed how difficult it is for her to meet someone who is approaching her because they probably do so after watching videos of her.

“It’s hard for me to explain the way I’m approached in public because it just sounds like I’m “ungrateful to have fans,” but it’s truly like they look at me as if I’m on their screen and disregard my humanity.”

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