Former Pornhub star Mia Khalifa said that selling your body on OnlyFans is better than ‘selling your body to the government’ by being in the U.S Military.

The 29-year-old appeared on Ziwe Fumudoh’s talk show on Showtime where the late-night host asked the influencer and activist “if there is a difference between the sex work industry and Hollywood.”

Khalifa went as far as to claim that being a soldier is a worse way to sell your body than making porn on the internet as she does.

Here’s what Late-night show host Ziwe Fumudoh asked the former porn star for an episode of “Ziwe” that originally aired on May 29:

“So we have OnlyFans, and then we have the sex work industry, and then we have like actors. Is there a difference between these industries or are we all fundamentally selling our bodies in some way?”

 Khalifa responded:

“Honestly, I think that selling your body, like if we are going by that definition, being in the army is worse than being on OnlyFans. You’re selling your body to the government.”

“Wow,” Fumudoh replied.

Khalifa now makes about $10,000 per day on OnlyFans, she says. Her page is described as “safe for work, but spicy.” It’s unclear what type of content is on the page.

Well, folks online didn’t find Khalifa’s comparison amusing, she was blasted for comparing those who risk their lives to protect our freedoms with people performing in sex videos.

“Service to our country is NOT shameful,” one person shot back.

“At least in the army you do something [for] society,” another comment read.

Someone else replied: “Everyone thinks army is bad until you suddenly need the protection from the invaders.”

Khalifa also tweeted that she’d rather return any money from porn than continue to have the videos live online.

“I’d rather have it removed than take a dime from that bag. I was offered millions to return for 1 video & felt violated all over again by the sheer audacity that they thought my body was contingent on the right price (years after I started speaking out against industry practices),” she wrote.

“Please please please think about this if you are considering the sex industry,” she wrote in another tweet. “They make it impossible to rectify your regrets should you have them in the future.”

Sources: DailyWire, Unilad, InsideHook

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