Sadie Summers reveals why she is going back into porn

More than 15 years after quitting a career in adult entertainment to become a nurse, Sadie Summers is stepping back in front of the camera — and she can’t wait to resume her old life.

“Doing porn’s the best job in the world,” the 38-year-old healthcare professional enthused in an interview with The New York Post.

“I’ve never been ashamed of my sexuality.”

Summers made her X-rated debut way back in 2005, long before PornHub and OnlyFans were part of the everyday vernacular.

“The majority of my movies were coming out on DVD, nothing was really on the internet,” the Canada-born blonde recalled.

“I remember back in the day we would have to go check out what magazines we were in by going to the sex shops and picking them off the shelves … It was a way different time.”

Summers shot 70 frisky flicks before leaving the industry in 2008.

She worked several seasons on the ski slopes of Whistler, British Columbia, before deciding to head to nursing school.

“I wanted to prove to myself I could get a degree,” Summers said.

“I worked as a nurse for a long time. I’m still licensed and I still do work occasionally because I like it.”

In 2016, Summers met the man who would go on to become her husband. They wed in 2018 and welcomed a son three years ago.

Ironically, it was after she settled into a life of domestic bliss that the self-described “exhibitionist” found herself compelled to get back in front of the camera.

Summers and her husband set up an OnlyFans following the Covid pandemic and quickly amassed an army of amorous followers.

Her spouse subsequently probed whether she might make a more professional comeback.

“He asked me if I would ever start working with other performers again,” the adult actress told The Post.

“I just got really excited about the idea.”

The mother-of-one returned to studio productions last year — and has already notched up a number of new titles.

“There’s nothing like being on set, I absolutely love it …. there’s something really magical about making movies,” Summers swooned. “I love the creative process.”

And while Summers’ professional background means she could easily lean into the naughty nurse sub-genre, she says she’s not interested in capitalising on that kink.

“It would be so hard for me to incorporate that … I want to keep separation,” the Summers explained, particularly since she hasn’t entirely closed the door on that part of her life.

Plus, there are plenty of other kinks to explore — Summers says she’s “big in the MILF world,” just one reason why she’s not worried about re-entering a notoriously ageist industry in her late 30s.

“Everybody looks at porn and sex work like it’s a young girl’s game and, yes, when you hit 25, most people will start calling you a MILF,” she joked. “But there’s so many women who are older that do this.”

“The options are unlimited.”

This story originally appeared on the New York Post and reproduced with permission

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