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Kim Davis offered $500,000 to appear in lesbian porn

LAST UPDATED // Thursday, 08 October 2015 17:21 Written by // Rachel Cook

As if things couldn’t get any more bizarre in the case of Kim Davis, she has now been offered half a million dollars to shoot an interracial lesbian porn scene.

Davis, the Kentucky clerk for Rowan County, who refused to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples after the US legalized same-sex marriage had been offered $500,000 by porn company Dogfart.

The company wrote: 

“With all the controversy surrounding Rowan County, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’ refusal to issue same sex marriage licenses even after the Supreme Court of the United States made same sex marriage the law of the land, The Dogfart Network which is the leading online destination for Adult Interracial content is offering the Holy Kim Davis a chance at redemption.”

“We here at Dogfart have always believed in equality. We have interracial sites, gay sites, straight sites, and we think Kim Davis has been appalling. We are giving her a chance at a redemption. We are willing to drop half a million bucks for Kim to come out to our studio and shoot an Interracial Lesbian scene for our network. 

“The offer will stand for the next week. She is also welcome to bring her family with her on an all expense paid vacation.”

The company is yet to hear from Davis.

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Rachel Cook

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Rachel Cook has worked in both the queer and mainstream media for over a decade. Before becoming editor of Melbourne Community Voice, she was a producer for ABC radio. Between 2008 and 2012, Rachel was the editor of CHERRIE. In 2010 her book, A History of Queer Australia, was published and is currently in use in high schools across Australia.

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