Jackie Phamotse’s Porn Confessions Ignite Controversy

Jackie Phamotse’s Porn Confessions
Jackie Phamotse

Jackie Phamotse’s Porn Confessions Ignite Controversy

South African socialite and slay queen turned author Jackie Phamotse sparked a heated debate on social media when she revealed that she watches porn and follows accounts of adult content.

Jackie Phamotse’s Porn Confessions
Jackie Phamotse’s Porn Confessions Ignite Controversy

According to Jackie Phamotse, the author of Bare: The Blesser Game, she uses the adult films as an inspiration when “writing sex scenes when my partner is not around?” Jackie also decried the way society is against exploring sex and intimacy issues.

Writing on Twitter, the author said

I watch porn and follow some porn accounts here… does that mean I have a problem? I mean…. how else can I get instant interest in writing sex scenes when my partner is not around?

…People don’t want to explore sex, they think you automatically have a problem. But how are you going to learn your own body when you don’t test yourself.

I watch porn and follow some porn accounts here… does that mean I have a problem? I mean…. how else can I get instant interest in writing sex scenes when my partner is not around?

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) December 17, 2020

Jackie’s views about pornography and sex ignited controversy as some people condemned the author on religious and supposedly moral grounds. Some argued that porn is satanic and that people should stop watching it. Others also claimed that it is sinful to pleasure oneself after watching the adult content. However, Jackie stood her ground and did not back down despite the claims that people were making.

Here are some of the interactions.

Used by who?

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) December 17, 2020

Oh damn

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) December 17, 2020

There is nothing wrong with porn or sex, you just need to be responsible

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) December 17, 2020

Is it a crime?

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) December 17, 2020

People don’t want to explore sex, they think you automatically have a problem. But how are you going to learn your own body when you don’t test yourself

 

— Jackie Phamotse (@JackiePhamotse) December 17, 2020

No it’s not at all but avoid doing it frequently because you it will end up affecting your sexual relationship with your partner

— Zola (@Zola47365243) December 17, 2020

The discussion also got heated among the people who follow Jackie Phamotse’s account.

Agreed

— Dalindyebo Lungisani Ndawonde (@DalindyeboLung1) December 18, 2020

Where is it written that it’s a sin?

— Tshepi Mmola (@Tshepi_Mmola) December 17, 2020

😂😂😂 sho kg

— Mafemani👑 (@Malabe_L) December 19, 2020

 

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