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Pakistani Porn Star Has Explained Why She Got Into Adult Film Industry And Why She Will Never Quit

Priety Athwal | Last Modified - Mar 07, 2017, 05:11 PM IST

The former beautician was an exotic dancer and later became an escort
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    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.
  • +9 See more slides
    She might not be blonde or white, but Nadia Ali is most definitely a bold woman. A bold, hijab-wearing porn star to be precise.
    Nadia Ali started her career as a beautician and then turned an exotic dancer to make ends meet. She later became an escort and finally a porn star.
    Because of her choice of work, the Pakistan-born American is banned in her home country.
    The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, refuses to quit the industry despite receiving death threats. She says that she wants to empower women sexually.
    In an interview to The Daily Beast she said,"I am doing porn as a Pakistani woman for the liberal movement, bringing women in a scarf or a head wrap to the camera. Now it’s no longer behind closed doors. I don’t bring religion into porn. I’ve asked directors to take the word "Muslim" out of porn titles before. For me it’s about the Pakistani culture, not the religion. “
    She also commented on the Pak ban on her to Broadly, she said,” There are women getting killed for having education and creating education for women. If they're dying for the simplest shit, I might as well get banned for the most extreme."
    She hopes to open her won beauty salon.

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