Australian pornstar parliament

Duration: 15min 41sec Views: 408 Submitted: 28.12.2020
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Porn and politics both elicit both public interest and controversy. But the twain rarely meets. There are only a few porn stars who have ventured into the world of politics. We list the most famous of them. The most famous of all porn stars-turned-politicians, the Hungary-born Ilona Staller was elected as a member of the Italian parliament in

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By Jack Elsom For Mailonline. A famous Italian porn star has founded a new political party to spearhead the fightback against the governing populists after they slashed her pension. Between and she served as an MP with the Radical Party and made headline-grabbing policy pledges, such as offering to have sex with Saddam Hussein in return for peace in Iraq. Now, she is poised to once again hit the campaign trail with the new Democracy, Nature and Love party, which will be used as a vehicle to vent personal fury over the Five Star Movement's swingeing pension cuts, according to The Times. Ilona Staller, 68, pictured left at Milan Fashion Week in and right at Hugh Hefner's 80th birthday party in has forged her own political party in protest to pension cuts.
Fiona Patten, libertarian, social reformer, politician and long-time advocate for the sex industry, leans back in her chair, takes a sip of her Campari and soda and lets loose a throaty laugh. It's likely a lot of people will read Patten's book, irresistibly titled Sex, Drugs and the Electoral Roll. And plenty of them will find quite a lot of it very confronting. Politician and long-time advocate for the sex work industry Fiona Patten celebrates the publication of her new book. Credit: Simon Schluter.