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An Unusual Star In An Unusual World

This is an interview I have been waiting to do for quite some time, albeit not a usual one. Certain stars have the ability to span the decades, maintaining a career in an industry that sees some of the heaviest turnarounds out there. As styles and preferences change, so do the men we watch on screen. In the 70’s they were butch and hairy “Clones” by the 90’s they were huge hairless and glossy with gel. Hair goes from long to short, beards and mustaches eventually succumb to the razor, as does body hair and pubic hair. Muscle men may be all the rage, but within years the twink might reign supreme. It’s the constant evolution of tastes that will be both invented and followed by the gay porn industry.

Here at GayHotMovies.com we all know how much wonderful porn I get to see every week. I have stars that I adore, directors I respect, titles that will always be favorites, and there is one more thing I love; sets. A set can make or break a scene in my world, and there are few that have really impressed me.

So why am I writing about sets? Because there is one star who has been working in this business since at least the 1970’s and deserves a round of applause. With a career spanning close to half a century, Sophia Sitonit (pronounced Sit On It) has worked with some of the sexiest performers to ever grace the screen with a stamina like no other; so with no further adieu, I give you Sophia Sitonit.

Oh, and did I mention It’s a Sofa…

The Otter: What was your upbringing like?

Sophia Sitonit: Where should I start? I was built in 1911 in the Rococo style but, I consider myself Edwardian, although sometimes people refer to me as Victorian. I don’t relate to Victorians, although I get along with them. Most of my early life was spent in a parlour in San Francisco.

The Otter: So you’re from San Francisco?

Sophia Sitonit: Yes, all my life, with the exception of a brief stint in L.A.

The Otter: How would you describe yourself?

Sophia Sitonit: Sturdy but soft, fun yet classy, versatile.

The Otter: And how did you get into the industry?

Sophia Sitonit: That’s an interesting story. I was kicked out of home rather abruptly and never received a reason. I was homeless, deathly afraid of the rain that might soak through me there on the curb without any resources. I didn’t know anything except for what life had been like in my old home. I was humiliated, people passed and ignored me, a few thought it’d be funny to take a picture with me on Kodachrome. The sun was setting when I met my saviors. I was carried to an apartment near Duboce Triangle. This is where I learned about sex for the first time, having my first experience in an orgy. So yeah, it was the sixties, but things were getting a little out of control in the 70’s. My housemates were pretty good to me until the party started to end with the summer of love.

The Otter: That sounds like an interesting time.

Sophia Sitonit: It was, it was a learning experience too that reflects in my work. I like to think.

The Otter: So How’d it happen, your first film?

Sophia Sitonit: Oh yes. So when things started getting troubled for my housemates they need more (coughs) you know, and I got sent away. This time I found myself in the Castro. I remember the guys were pretty amateur and the man filming was using a Super 8. It wasn’t too bad; in fact I spent a lot of the time in the background as they fucked on the floor in front of me.

The Otter: But then you started working with some major studios?

Sophia Sitonit: I did, I got a job at a stage warehouse and was soon working on a regular basis.

The Otter: You’re doing a lot of work with Kink.com.

Sophia Sitonit: I love them. The Armory is a beautiful treasure of a building.

The Otter: And you’ve done both gay and straight work as well?

Sophia Sitonit: I swing both ways.

The Otter: Are there any stars that really stand out as scene partners?

Sophia Sitonit: How to choose? I loved my scene with Alex Carrington and Michael D’Amours, obviously Kitty Natividad, there’s your swinger in me, and recently those with all of the guys at Kink. Jessie Colter and Mitch Vaughn were incredible. I love a big muscular stud getting my upholstery all sweaty.

Scene from “Dirty Pool” starring Michael D’Amours & Alex Carrington

Miss Kitten Natividad

“Men On Edge – Featuring Jessie Colter”

 “Men On Edge – Featuring Mitch Vaughn”

The Otter: So you have a type?

Me? No. I love em all!

The Otter: Speaking of Jessie Colter, who you just mentioned, were you offended by getting landed on Lurid Digs?

                             

Sophia Sitonit: (Laughs) Actually getting on Lurid Digs has always been a dream of mine! I was very plased.

The Otter: Is there a dream scene you want to be part of?

Sophia Sitonit: Yes! I have always wanted to star in a sumptuous film set in the palace of Versailles. This has always been a fantasy. An orgy of delicious men on me; I want the guys in really good powdered wigs, white stockings and buckled shoes. Oh, and I want to be dressed in the finest gold brocade.

The Otter: That’s impressive. Kind of like that scene with Daniel Marvin and Pedro Andreas in “Up The Aristocracy” ?

Sophia Sitonit: Yes! A couch can dream.

The Otter: Is there a Star you look up too are admire?

Yes, my late friend Max. He was the ginger shag sunken sofa who appeared in “Banging The Boys” what a beauty, and he really knew how to party.

 Max

The Otter: Is there anything you’re afraid of on set?

Sophia Sitonit: I hate Fabreeze. Sometimes I worry a spring might go, but that’s natural for someone my age.

The Otter: To what do you owe your longevity?

Sophia Sitonit: Christ, make me feel old! Good bones! It’s true, I have to thank my stars I was blessed with my looks. I try to take care of myself, regular waxings, fluffing, vacuuming, re-coverings; that and regular Protein “facials”.

The Otter: I’ve noticed you tend to keep a similar look, you’ve never gone too crazy or trendy?

Sophia Sitonit: No, I was taught a young age to maintain a classic look. Sure, my brocade’s or damask’s may not have been de rigure in the nineties and into the millennium, but I’m still here. I’m really loving the current trends in appreciation of all forms of furnishings. Some of my friends in the 80’s who were so hot faded really fast, it’s not so today. I think we’re seeing a greater acceptance of styles than we did ten years ago. In a way it reminds me of the way we lived in 70’s, very bohemian.

The Otter: Just a few more questions. Is there anyone you really want to work with currently?

Sophia Sitonit: Oh god. Once again, how do I choose?

The Otter: Are there any exciting projects coming up in your future?

Sophia Sitonit: There are! I’m very excited, but I can’t tell you much about it. I can assure you it’s going to be HOT!

The Otter: Finally, you’ve been such an inspiration for me both stylistically and as a performer. Is there any advice you’d like to give to other performers? Something you’ve learned through your extensive career?

Sophia Sitonit: Don’t let anyone tell you you’re not good enough or good looking enough! There really is someone for everyone, or should I say everyone’s got a fan base, whether they know it or not.

Well thank you to for letting us get to know an often overlooked star of the industry, now get over to GayHotMovies.com and rub one out!

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Catch ya later cum catchers!

The Otter

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One Response to “An Unusual Star In An Unusual World”

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