Tindra Frost Profiled by Mel Magazine as Iceland’s 1st Porn Star

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Iceland’s only porn export, award-winning busty brunette Viking Princess Tindra Frost has been profiled by lifestyle and culture magazine from a male point of view, Mel Magazine. 

In “Viking Princess Tindra Frost Is Iceland’s First Porn Star,” writer Jake Hall refers to her as “royalty” and “pioneer.” The piece talks about her rocky start in adult with new sites in her home country (who outlaws porn) writing tabloid pieces about her. In 2012 she was a resident TV Babe and intriguing viewers with her accent. Before she could tell her parents, they found out by checking out her social media. She talks about the rise of OnlyFans, anti-porn laws not being strictly enforced, not living in Iceland for over a decade, the country’s comprehensive sex-ed curriculum, and many other hot button topics. 

“Very rarely do I discuss what it was like at the beginning of my career and the reaction of Iceland’s tabloids, but now that I’m in my 30s and I’ve been in the industry in one form or another, I decided now was the time. The harassment and doxing were awful. Thankfully, it’s not available online anymore, and they’re looking at adult content slightly differently. It takes time, but things like views on sex need to change. And I know that speaking out helps move things like that forward,” says Tindra Frost.


Viking Princess Tindra Frost is Iceland’s only porn export. The award-winning busty brunette is a girl/girl and solo performer, JOI and corporal punishment sub kink content creator, and cam model. Her first foray into adult was as a topless TV presenter, and she knew this is the industry she wanted to be in.

Verified Pornhub and make sure to “like” her videos and subscribe at pornhub.com/pornstar/tindra-frost. And, find all her links at thevikingprincess.com.

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