Mia Khalifa Blasted Men Who Date Much Younger Women Than Them as ‘Predators’

The former adult star slammed men who date much younger women and called them ‘predators.’

Last year, Khalifa, 30, appeared on Emily Ratajkowski’s High Low Podcast to discuss all things sex – work, shame, body image, and control and shared her strong views.

During one segment, the Lebanese-American media personality said that men who deliberately seek out much younger women to date are mostly predators.

“Any guy who goes after a girl significantly younger than them is severely lacking in their life, and I mean that confidence-wise,” she told Emily.

“They are falling short in so many places, and that is the only place they can turn to feel like they have something on the scale of power.”

Ratajkowski agreed with Mia and said, “Ultimately, it’s predatory because you’re manipulating someone who is not aware of what they’re giving you. And it’s unfair.”

The clip was shared on Instagram by Emrata, where it received a massive outrage, and many people lashed out at Mia for her views.

“This is bullshit.. my boyfriend is 23 years older than me, we have a child, and we are so in love! To make a broad statement like that is pretty rude,” one wrote.

“Imagine looking to a p*** star with a gold star sticker on their face for a moral compass,” a second added.

“So disappointed by this content. This is a personal opinion which is divulged as a truth. It’s always on a case by case basis. Older men can pursue younger women out of genuine and pure interest,” a third commented.

“The thing I hate about this convo is that it disempowers the woman. Who says she’s being manipulated? How can anyone make a free choice? We’re all being manipulated,” said another.

“Please, please don’t listen to this nonsense. Amazing how the sexes don’t understand each other. Here is a p*** star and a model, both of whom made a ton of money being young & hot, trying to tell you that guys are bad for wanting young & hot women. What the actual F?! It’s not about power, maybe for a small number of creepy dudes, sure, but not most. Like so many things, this needs nuanced conversation, but I fear too many girls are going to see this and thing these women for some reason know what they’re talking about. This is bad intel,” another angry user commented.

Meanwhile, the defenders said people criticizing Mia and Emily in the comments were those predators who got called out for their behavior.

“The amount of man (sic) crying in the comments because their predatory behavior got called out… Very woody Allen of you,” someone said.

“Funny how only men are writing paragraphs about how much they disagree… these are the same people who are being talked about on the podcast and for the right reasons,” said someone else.

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Source: High Low Podcast

2 comments
  1. Thank you for placing me and my age in the proper bucket. I will fall in line now, place my blinders on my face. Look forward only and wait to be told when to eat, sleep, brush my teeth and go to the bathroom. Please deposit my age appropriate partner on my front porch so I can move on with my age appropriate relationship and live happily ever after.

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