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Apr 07 2012

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BOLLYWOOD: Sunny Leone Brags About Indian Traffic to Her Porn Sites and Starting Porn Biz in India if Legalized – She Just Can’t Seem to Rise Above Her Sex Worker Past

EDITORIAL: I read the articles about her and I watch her activity online. It’s sad to see exactly what I worried about happening in India now that Sunny is there and her movie is being hyped all over the place. She just can’t get the porn out of everything she says and does. She’s still promoting it daily and now she’s bragging about the huge increase of traffic and business from India even though it’s illegal there. SHE’S WORKING IN INDIA AND IS MOCKING THEIR LAWS WHILE PUSHING HER ILLEGAL PRODUCTS TO THEIR YOUTH. She also states that if porn becomes legal in India, she already has business opportunities to grow an Indian porn industry and recruit their girls into the porn industry, no doubt.

It would seem to me that Sunny is taking advantage of the fame and hospitality that the Indian people are giving her while at the same time plotting to bring the depravity and criminal world of Porn Valley there so she can corrupt and take the souls of their youth and destroy their families. WHY WOULD INDIA LET PORN VALLEY TAKE THEIR SOULS?? It’s obvious that she cannot let go of her porn past (which, btw, can’t be called a past  with talk like this)!!

stephanie nolen
Mumbai, India— From Saturday’s Globe and Mail
Published Saturday, Apr. 07, 2012 6:00AM EDTWhen a family thrust an infant into her arms a few months ago and asked her to pose for a picture, Sunny Leone knew that everything was changing: her life, definitely. And India, too.

Leone is used to a certain level of fame. For a decade, fans have asked her for autographs and pictures. But they never brought their children. “Whoa,” she recalled a few days later, in an interview in the swank Mumbai hotel where she is now living. “That’s just weird.”
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Leone, born and raised in Sarnia, Ont., is one of the biggest stars in the North American adult-entertainment business. She’s been a Penthouse Pet of the Year, starred in high-grossing hits such as Not Charlie’s Angels XXX, has her own line of sex toys and a production company.

Her Punjabi parents left India more than 30 years ago to find a new life in Canada. Now Leone is back in the land she calls her “birthright,” seeking a new life of her own – and she’s a whole new kind of famous.

Last fall, she travelled from her home in Los Angeles to join a smash hit reality-TV program made here in Mumbai; called Bigg Boss, it follows the Big Brother, unlikely-group-of-people-trapped-in-a-house theme. Leone, the first South Asian star in the North American porn industry, seems to have been a bit of viewer bait chosen by a savvy producer. She tripped around in stilettos, smiling sweetly and speaking broken Hindi. On her first day, she was almost entirely unknown in India, but she quickly charmed millions of viewers.

Some of them didn’t know she was a porn star. But as “Sunny Leone” shot to the top of the list of most-Googled celebrity names in India, and stayed there month after month, it became apparent that many Indians were in fact getting to know plenty about Leone’s other acting life.

She “came out” to her fellow residents after a few weeks, although the censors beeped out the words “Penthouse” and “adult.” Yet India, it seems, made a collective decision to get over it. Before Leone was voted out of the house at New Year’s, she was hired by one of Bollywood’s leading filmmakers, Mahesh Bhatt, to star in his next movie.

Combative at the press conference where he announced the plan, Bhatt seemed braced for criticism. This, after all, is a country where the production and purchase of pornography is entirely illegal; where mainstream films never show or use the word “sex,” and usually stick to air-kissing; where morality squads of police arrest (or demand bribes from) canoodling couples in public parks; where more than half of all marriages continue to be arranged for two young people who have barely laid eyes on each other.

The outspoken head of India’s Press Council, Justice Markandey Katju, also leapt to Leone’s defence. “My opinion is that Sunny Leone was earning her livelihood in the U.S. in a manner acceptable in that country, though it is not acceptable in India. Hence, if she conducts herself in India in a manner which is socially acceptable in India and does not breach the social moral code in India, we should not treat her as a social outcast.” (He also helpfully pointed out that many historical figures, from Buddha to Jesus, have accepted “fallen women” who went on to live lives of virtue.)

Yet Katju received a grand total of 38 complaints about Leone’s presence on a show that routinely had more than 25 million viewers. Not exactly a hue and cry – just people who couldn’t get enough details about what Leone was up to: learning to cook Indian food? practising Hindi? taking up yoga? oiling her hair? She tweeted, and the gossip magazines reported every detail.

“It’s a huge attitudinal shift,” said Varkha Chulani, a clinical psychologist who writes a sex-advice column for the popular women’s magazine Femina. “Indians – those in the cosmopolitan areas – are being open-minded, less judgmental, about what can be provided in terms of sexual gratification. They don’t mind experimenting, don’t mind exploring their bodies.”

Media have played a key role in the shift, she said, both in pushing the boundaries of what’s shown here, and in bringing in Western influences. Young people 17 to 30, who are also the most exposed to technology, are the ones who have really changed, she added. “Anything above 30 is a little more restricted and restrained and a little more orthodox.”

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