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Nick Fitt: Interview With A Porn Star

James Franklin

Photography and interview by James Franklin | Instagram

Model: Nick Fitt | Instagram

Nick’s vers, passionate and a sexual health champion!

DNA: What brought you to porn? 

Nick Fitt: I did porn ages ago and was the skinniest twink with bleached blond hair and a spray tan. I took a 10-year hiatus and one day the phone rang and it was director ChiChi LaRue asking me to come back and do one scene. After some thought I agreed to one scene… Well, doing one scene is like eating just one French fry – you can’t! So here we are, one year later with over 20 scenes and three feature films including A Stepbrother’s Obsession (Icon Male) in which I’m the lead! 

What are you currently working on? 

About a hundred things, always?! Aside from porn, I work in pharmacuticals helping people gain access to PrEP, HIV meds, and into rehab to get off highly addictive drugs. I have personally helped over 1,000 patients in just over two-and-half years doing this. Recently, I also launched the Nick Fitt Dildo by Savage Presents. Launching the brand, the marketing strategy, the wholesale strategy all takes a lot of my time.  

Photo by James Franklin

How’s your social life? Are you out all the time or are you more of a homebody? 

A social life in a big city is always hard. Mine is filled with meeting new patients, and making appearances at bars and clubs to keep the Nick Fitt name going strong, and to see my fellow porn star friends. We stay close to each other in LA. I enjoy hanging with a very close circle of friends and I’m fortunate enough to see most of them daily.  

How do you feel about the self-promoting fan sites where porn performers create and manage their own content? 

This is a tough one. I think porn stars should always be self-promoting but not at the studio’s expense. Yes, create your own content and have fun with it, meet new people, and even submit your content to studios on your own personal time. But I believe models should be respectful of studios’ time and money. If a studio has you working on a project, you should focus on that solely. Like, don’t get hired by a studio out of state and film with models while you are there. You didn’t pay for your travel and accommodations – the studio did. 

Who is your favourite kind of fan? 

There’s a few I can think of who take a personal, vested interest in me aside from the porn. You can go on Twitter or open Pornhub and see what I do and what I’m into, but there’s a lot more to me than sex. Humanity is key and the most attractive thing about a fan’s interest. I’m fortunate to have received much love from fans who aren’t just interested in the adult industry. 

Read Nick’s full interview in DNA #235 available from DNAstore.

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