Feminist Filmmaker Makes Porn Movie About Gay Muslim Refugees

Women and children (military age men) arrive in Europe to start receiving welfare and breeding with white women. Image Credit: Ggia

It Just. Doesn’t. Stop.

There’s no editorial commentary I could even add to the story I’m about to share with you that would spice it up, or make it seem more absurd than it already is. So let’s dive right in.

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This comes to you directly from RT, and it’s exactly as weird as you would think.

“Award-winning erotic filmmaker Erika Lust has completed an adult movie about gay refugees. She says the aim is to change attitudes and “humanize” the newcomers to Europe…”

Upon further investigation, we learn that Miss Lust (born Erika Hallqvist) is a Swedish (!) adult filmmaker who “has been instrumental in promoting the aims of the feminist pornography movement”. She has won something called the Feminist Porn Awards multiple times.

Her stated goal is to “influence viewers’ conceptions of gender roles in sexuality,” and she considers pornography to be “the most important discourse on gender and sexuality”.

Incidentally, Erika Lust lists her main area of study at Lund University as Political Sciences. It’s an interesting thought exercise to connect the dots between political science and adult films with titles like “Barcelona Sex Project” and “Cabaret Desire.”

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But back to the RT article. After briefly discussing Ms. Lust’s hot new film, RT discussed the premise with “social commentator” Mo Ansar and conservative internet celebrity Mike Cernovich.

Here is Ansar’s response when asked if the new film helped humanize refugees:

Mo Ansar: There are many stories about refugees; there are many stories about Muslims, as there are many stories about all of the different kinds of plurality that exist in a tolerant free and open society. If it can do some good to show people that Muslims come in different kinds of shapes and forms that is a great thing. There are naturally going to be people who are upset at maybe some of the graphic scenes and sexual scenes – it is an adult movie, it is not for everybody. There are people of all kinds of walks of life that will be comfortable and uncomfortable with different scenes in it. But the key theme is that there are different stories, and some people want to tell their stories. If you don’t want to watch it – look away. And if you don’t like what it says, you don’t have to – as I think we have seen alt-right and far-right do – try and use it as an excuse to say: “You know what? This is a blatant opportunity, and a blatant attempt to try and humanize all Muslims by using people at the fringe of their societies.” But guess what? Those people exist. I have got friends who are gay and Muslim. I have got people who are LGBTQIA… Muslims come in all shapes and sizes.

Cernovich, for his part had a different take on the solution to the culture clash between the Islamic and Western worlds:

MC: There have been people talking about giving them poll results: how do you feel about female genital mutilations? What’s your view on gay rights? What’s your views on women’s rights?… The issue is this – even Angela Merkel has admitted this: they have let in too many people too soon. So I don’t think the answer is to shut out the world. But you’re going to have a major culture clash if you welcome in a million new people, who have a strong cultural identity and are willing to impose that cultural identity and their social norms onto the people who live in the host nation.

Sounds reasonable.

But hey, if you find yourself riveted by Ms. Lust’s premise of two gay Muslim refugees going at it in a porno flick, you can read more about her amazing and very intellectual project here in her own words.

It’s a jacked-up world, folks, and all we can do is report on it.

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