Stevie Trixx is here to educate, celebrate, and entertain
We caught up with Stevie Trixx to talk inspirations, aspirations, and navigating a lock-down.
What led you to start exploring a career in porn?
I started doing porn in 2018, when I did my first scene with Treasure Island Media.
I was looking for a way to make some extra money – I’d just started a freelance writing career and was escorting, but still needed a little more income.
I hadn’t planned to do porn initially, but it quickly became something important for me. I was tired of not seeing people like me represented in porn, and I was frustrated by how little acceptance I found in the gay cis community.
That inspired me to start making my own content, and I’ve been doing it ever since.
Would you describe yourself as an exhibitionist?
I don’t necessarily think of myself as an exhibitionist, but I am showing off naked pictures of my body on the internet, so I might just be!
I’m really proud of my body, and I’ve done so much work over the years learning to love and accept myself for who I am.
That’s what I really like to show off – that people don’t have to be ashamed of their bodies, even if they’re a little different. We should celebrate the diversity of bodies that exist among human beings.
Who are some of your porn heroes or inspirations?
I’d have to say some of the trans guys who came before me.
In the early 2010s, people like James Darling and Cyd St. Vincent were making FTM porn that really helped me to figure things out about my own identity as a queer trans person. They were celebrating transmasculine sexuality in a time when it was even less accepted than it is today, and I just thought that was so badass.
Some other folks who inspired me from that time include Jade Phillips, Gino Genet, and Viktor Belmont.
Why is JustFor.Fans a platform that works for you?
JustFor.Fans is perfect for me because I get to be fully in control of my own content, and the profits come directly back to me.
I’ve enjoyed the few scenes that I’ve made for other people, but the focus in those videos has always been on making my scene partner cum – while I usually don’t.
When I make my own stuff, I get to centre my pleasure and the things that get me off. It just feels more authentic, and I appreciate that about it.
What’s the creative and logistics process behind creating for JustFor.Fans?
I mostly contact or get contacted by other models who want to collaborate, and then we set it up from there.
I really want my work to look nice and to flow well, so I put a lot of time and energy into setting up and editing my scenes. I use a Canon G7X-Mark 2 to film, and it really just makes the scenes pop more than my iPhone.
When I’m creating, I try to think about what I’m looking for when I watch porn, and structure it based on that. That means having multiple angles and cutting the scene so you’re getting a series of well-paced, drool-worthy shots rather than just watching two people have sex from one angle in one continuous shot.
Do you enjoy the entrepreneurial side of the adult entertainment industry?
To be honest, I’m super anti-capitalist – learning how to market and build a brand for myself has been a steep learning curve. But I absolutely love engaging with my audience.
I know for a lot of trans people, answering questions and educating can be exhausting, but I see that as an important part of my job as a porn-star and public figure.
I’m a natural educator – I have a Master’s degree in Gender Studies – and I like to help people learn about trans folks, sexuality, and gender identity. I especially love to help out other trans folks who are asking themselves tough questions about their sexuality or their identity.