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NETWORKS | “Justice For Mia Khalifa”: The virtual campaign that seeks to remove videos from the commentator of pornographic platforms

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This campaign originated after the sports commentator exposed on her social networks the mistreatment she received from the Bang Bros company, when she was part of the pornographic industry for three months in 2014, also recounting how a photographer took her to a tricked session – telling her that she would appear in Vogue – in which she asked her to remain naked in front of the camera and touched her without her consent.

In 2014, the internet star and current sports commentator Mia Khalifa, recorded 11 pornographic films in a period of three months. Despite leaving the industry that same year, she is currently one of the most sought-after actresses on this type of page.

This is what the newspaper records The Sun, where they establish that exposure, criticism and discrimination have affected the mental health of Khalifa, who for years has tried to get the records where he appears to be downloaded from the platforms where they are located.

Along these lines, this weekend a campaign was launched that seeks justice for the young woman, after the communicator exposed the mistreatment she received from the company on her social networks. Bang Bros, also recounting how a photographer led her into a tricked session – telling her she would appear in the magazine Vogue –, in which asked her to stay naked in front of the camera.

“I know it might be easy for you to say ‘you had sex on camera, what’s the problem?’ But they must understand the level of fear a woman has when she feels powerless. “, Held.

According to what the victim of this abuse says, the photographer he touched it without his consent And then the photos were uploaded to his account on the Bang Bros page, which bought him the rights to this domain – again through deception as a complaint – for just a dollar, in addition to not paying him a penny for the images. .

This is why it was organized by social networks, and using the platform Change.org, a campaign where people who show solidarity with the young woman can sign a petition so that it recovers the domain of your account, and so that your videos are removed from the pornographic platforms that display them.

The initiative, which already accumulates almost a million signatures on the web, It has been viralized by the phrase “Justice For Mia Khalifa”, which people throughout the world have accompanied with messages of support for the commentator.

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