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Yasmeena Ali was just a scared little girl when she stood on the street as the Taliban conquered Kabul in the 1990s.

There, she saw brutal violence against men and women before she eventually moved to the UK where she immediately learned how to read and write.

Fast forward almost 30 years and the Taliban are back in power in her home country.

But Yasmeena has power of her own – she is now known as the number one porn star from Afghanistan. The feminist sex activist even believes she may be the "only one".

She has taken charge of her sexuality and has abandoned her Muslim religious roots to become an atheist.

And she now believes the Taliban will know all about her sexual exploits from sites like Pornhub and OnlyFans.

Speaking on the I Hate Porn podcast, she told host Tommy McDonald: “They are mostly hating my content because they don’t want Afghanistan to be known for porn.

“How dare I show my body? They think they own my body and what I do with my body and I have no right to show it and I can't be a true Afghan if I do this. I always get such messages like you are faking it, you are Jewish, you are undercover.

“I am an Afghan so f-ing what. Maybe there are Taliban out there who are watching my content who knows?

“I am sure they have heard of me. I wouldn’t be surprised. Just write Afghan porn and you will find me. Just write those two words and you will see my name.”

Yasmeena now has her own OnlyFans page where she describes herself as an “erotic, nude, BDSM model”.

And on the podcast she spoke about how contrasting her life was in Afghanistan where she was once told by her own mother that there was “no such thing as rape” under the Taliban.

She said: “I saw them and I remember the parade in Kabul. It was similar to what happened in the summer.

“I remember the feeling. I never forgot that feeling. I felt like I was somewhere else and I felt like I didn’t belong in that place.

“I felt really like, you feel like you are in a surreal world and you cannot relate to what is going on.

“You see this violence around you and you are desensitised by it and it doesn’t affect you but you are still wondering will this be over soon?”

And recalling the conflict she witnessed as a child, she said: “I saw people being beaten up for not being religious and not dressing appropriately in religious attire.

“I’m not just talking about violence against women, it was violence against young men for not having a beard like you are meant to in Islam.”

She then compared this trouble to the typical violence seen in the UK – particularly on boozy weekends in city centres.

Yasmeena said: “The thing with rowdy football fans in the UK is they are under the influence of beer and you still have protection.

“You call the police and they are taken away, you keep your distance but you can call somebody.

“There [Afghanistan], the people causing the violence are running the country. Who are you going to call? Do you want your hand chopped or not?”

Growing up Yasmeena was forbidden from having an education until she moved to the UK aged nine.

And she explained why the Taliban are afraid to educate women.

She said: “All the rules are only for men's advantages and pleasure. If you are on your period you are considered unholy, dirty.

“Without women there would be no human race but they have a problem with female sexuality because they are afraid of losing control.

“The whole idea is based on controlling and subjugating women and that can only happen if they are not educated so they are following without questioning.

“The moment you give them education or resources they will threaten the status quo and they don’t want that, they enjoy power.

“Those men love power. It is a barbaric caveman mentality. It is about power and the control you have over somebody.”

After recording the podcast, host McDonald said: “Yasmeena is a courageous person.

"She speaks candidly about the hardships she overcame in Afghanistan under Taliban rule, her strict family life and starting a porn career.

“Before this podcast, I knew the Taliban denied girls access to education but I never really understood how that makes you a kind of prisoner.

“It was inspiring to learn how Western education, including sex education, freed Yasmeena and gave her the confidence to choose whatever life she wanted for herself.”

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