Manuel Ferrara Hits Back On French President’s Criticism of Porn

Mais non!

France is home to Marc Dorcel, one of porn’s most prestigious studios, but that doesn’t mean the adult industry gets a free pass from the French president, Emmanuel Macron. He recently condemned pornography for its supposed violence, yet he is facing pushback for his comments from France’s signature male star, Manuel Ferrara.

In a tweet from November 25th, Marcon criticized the adult industry for invading schools and for making women an object of humiliation. Ferrara, who was born in Le Raincy, France but now spends much of his time in the United States as one of porn’s top male talents, quickly sprung into action, inviting Macron to debate the issue. Responding on Twitter, Ferrara said, “I am involved in this industry that you are trying to demonize by making this kind of remark. I am ready to sit down with you and discuss a topic that by all accounts you know nothing about. I’m waiting for your call!”

He later elaborated on this take in a radio interview: “He demonizes the porn industry and is jumping to conclusions. It’s the same with video games. It’s like saying ‘a teenager who plays Call of Duty is going to pick up a gun and kill everyone in his school.'”

Oddly enough, Macron’s remarks are contrary to previous statements he has made about XXX entertainment. Earlier this year, when asked about porn, he simply said, “It’s part of life!” Maybe monsieur le président needs to join Adult Empire Unlimited.

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