Plus Size Adult Actress Has Last Laugh With Industry Success After Being Fat Shamed Throughout Career - ViralTab

Plus Size Adult Actress Has Last Laugh With Industry Success After Being Fat Shamed Throughout Career

A wannabe porn actress who was told she was too fat for the job has had the last laugh after earning herself over 270,000 followers and roles in over 20 adult films, including several that were a huge success.

Agatha Ludovino, aged 21, quit her job as a body piercer to pursue her dream in porn in 2019. However, the Brazilian was subjected to fatphobic remarks as soon as she joined the industry.

She said one director of a Brazilian porn production company had stuck in her mind: “He told me to lose weight otherwise I would never be successful. He said I would not achieve anything because of my weight, my face. He called me ugly.”

Agatha Ludovino, 21, who quit her job as a body piercer in 2019 to pursue a career in porn, and gave an interview talking about the prejudice, insults and professional neglect in the pornography industry becouse of her wight, in May, 2021, in Brazil. (@agatha_ludovino/Newsflash)

However, she revealed to local media platform UOL Universa: “When they released my first film , ‘Meu Novo Vizinho’ (‘My New Neighbour’), the production was Sexy Hot’s most viewed in 2019, taking into account the paid views. And I was a lot fatter then than now.”

Agatha currently has over 270,000 followers on Instagram, OnlyFans and several pornographic platforms.

She even has plans to produce her own professional feature after feeling she has always been stereotyped as a fat woman in other producer’s films.

Agatha Ludovino, 21, who quit her job as a body piercer in 2019 to pursue a career in porn, and gave an interview talking about the prejudice, insults and professional neglect in the pornography industry becouse of her wight, in May, 2021, in Brazil. (@agatha_ludovino/Newsflash)

She told Universa: “Everything has to be related to food and the person’s weight, as if our lives were reduced to being fat. And that’s without mentioning the offensive nicknames.”

She added: “If production companies start to create cool content, the general public will get used to it. You have to educate the public. Everything has a start. The industry needs to treat this as something common, having diversity is normal.”