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Duke Porn Star Reveals Her Identity And Destroys Hypocrites In Playboy Interview

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Outed porn star Belle Knox has been dealing with a load of BS ever since some frat boy dingus exposed her at her college, Duke. Today she took to xoJane and Playboy to explain her life and why she doubles as a porn star and student. To be honest, if you have to pay the bills and this does it, go for it. Let’s see what she has to say in best parts of her interview. Via Playboy:

PLAYBOY: What kind of “voice within the industry” would you like to be?

KNOX: I want society to recognize that sex work is a legitimate profession, meaning equal protection under the law and freedom from discrimination within hiring practices. I also want society to recognize that there’s humanity behind the billion-dollar industry that it consumes every day.

I think the industry needs a feminist advocate as well. There are a lot of anti-porn feminists who try to speak out against exploitation in the industry, but we need somebody who can advocate for women while standing up for our right to sexual autonomy. Because so many women absolutely love the porn industry. At the same time, I want to raise awareness for how badly we treat sex workers and how that needs to change for us to have any type of real change in the industry.

The funny thing about anti-porn feminists is that they state that they want to protect these women from objectification, whilst simultaneously criticizing and objectifying those they claim to want to protect. It’s like when someone you’re in an argument with ends it with, “Oh, I’ll pray for you.” Yeah, no they won’t.

PLAYBOY: In your xoJane piece, you wrote that your experience in porn “has been nothing but supportive, exciting, thrilling and empowering.”Do you think that there are certain types of porn or companies whose work is more empowering for female performers than others?

KNOX: My main concern is I want to make sure that I’m working with somebody who treats its performers ethically. Yeah, sex-positive pornography is great, but I also love rough sex. I’ve gotten a lot of criticism because, literally, the first thing I ever did was this rough, blow-job thing—and everybody’s gotten super mad at me, calling it “rape porn” and stuff like that. But I enjoyed doing it, because I really like shit like that.

(*puffs bubble pipe next to Amish fireplace*)

Interesting. I’ve never been so intrigued by a well-spoken porn star talking about how she liked rough sex before, but here we are.

PLAYBOY: Do you feel like there are certain lines that should be drawn about porn being too close to rape in certain circumstances—especially by porn performers?

KNOX: There are all types of sexual play, all types of sexual preferences and all types of sexual desire. I think that as long as everything is consensual and legal between all parties, it’s fine. We have free speech in this country so I stand by the right of female performers to engage in rough sex scenes. If it’s something you enjoy doing, more power to you.

That’s one of those things I really dislike. I dislike when people tell you what you can and can’t do with your body. Similarly to when old people in the Government telling women what they can and can’t do with their bodies. First of all, shut up. That’s all that needs to be said.

PLAYBOY: There’s been a lot written about how younger men watch so much porn that it completely informs their ideas about sex and influences their relationships—whether its expecting their partners to want a facials or to try a million positions. Do you find that men that you are seeing romantically or hooking up with have expectations about sex that have come from porn? And is that a problem?

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