Mia Khalifa has strived to transcend and be much more than a young Arab woman who once made adult videos, and thousands of her followers have come to realize that.
Not only is she a passionate activist who stands up for what she believes in, but she is also a social ‘influencer’ with pioneering progressive mindsets.
Known primarily on TikTok, YouTube, and Twitter, Khalifa charms those who follow her with witty humor and meaningful messages .
Hearing Mia Khalifa’s wisdom like a jaded but prosperous star will open your eyes and inspire you.
Inspirational quotes from Mia Khalifa
Rather than hide imperfections, Khalifa celebrates them and insists that they should be normalized.
“I don’t think that low self-esteem discriminates against anyone. It doesn’t matter if you come from a big family or if you come from a not-so-good background. ”
“Normalize what, normalize what, normalize acne. What’s that? It normalizes loving yourself. ”
“Your hips are beautiful just the way they are.”
As a woman exploited by BangBros, the porn company she signed with, Mia Khalifa has had some heartbreaking experiences as a woman.
Mia has a lot of wisdom to share about women’s rights and shares her experience dealing with the constant embarrassment of sex workers.
“Damn, these guys don’t really have a real barometer of what human women look like without filters and facial attunement.”
“Even if I don’t fight to get my life back, I won’t stop until I can protect all young women from being taken advantage of with these predatory contracts.”
“I am not Muslim, and no, I couldn’t say no, it was a clever plot aside from blatant sacrilege.”
“There are Hollywood movies that portray Muslims in a way worse than any scene Bang Bros could produce.”
“You sons of bitches are going to get me killed. And how did they respond? They laughed.”
Sometimes it is difficult to classify Khalifa quotes because he offers such a wide range of thoughtful thoughts.
Looking at her past and how it still haunts her, Khalifa talks about how she feels and affirms her right to be proud of who she is.
“I just want people to know that I’m a fucking normal person.”
“I think what made me go back and do it again was that the attention I was getting, I was afraid that it would go away if I didn’t do what they asked me to do.”
“If you put my name and Google it and open 10 articles. . . each of those stories begins with “disgraced.” . . . ”
“It’s very difficult for me to find that balance, but I’m not going to say that I’m just proud or just ashamed, because I feel all those emotions every day. Everything returns immediately in interviews; it’s okay to feel two contradictory ways about something. ”
“Everyone deserves a second chance if they want it.”
Mia Khalifa has won the hearts of millions of women who, like her, actively seek to stop gender violence and especially the hypersexualization of women.