Author: Jiz Lee

The Dark Arts’ LIGHT / SHADOW / COLOR and power in restraint

by Jiz Lee on / Art, BDSM, Books, Erotica & Anthologies

Restraint, or rather, the act of being restrained, can reveal power. Of all the elements of BDSM, at this moment in my life I’m finding inspiration in the art of restraint. It is within the act of locating and testing barriers, of pulling and fighting against tension that I discover what’s possible. It’s a feeling of physical and emotional strength that is the opposite of submitting or giving in, or of being dead weight. It’s an active push against limitations that creates a counterbalance, defies gravity, and transforms into dance.

This element is what I explored recently when I had the pleasure of shooting bondage photos with The Dark Arts. We produced some stunning photographs, and I’m very proud to see them included in a beautiful and unique new bondage photography book, LIGHT/SHADOW/COLOR.

If you follow my Instagram you’ve seen a few “SFW” versions, but here’s a quick taste without the ridiculous, needless censorship. (Can you tell I abhor censorship of the body and believe it does more harm than good? But I digress…)

LIGHT/SHADOW/COLOR is available for pre-sale through a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The book is beautiful and at $45 well worth the price of a full color 300 page photography book. There are other perks available, such as a framed print of the image I’ll share below. I’ve never felt so powerful and super-hero like than in this pose! If you do order this print along with the book, The Dark Arts will see that you’re added to my Holiday Card mailing list as well.

Pre-order a copy for yourself and support the creation of a beautiful and unique (and a hell of a lot more diverse) addition to bondage photography genre, one I’m honored to be a part of. Also, much love and shout out to Nenetl Avril, whom was among the first models I saw pose for The Dark Arts, and a big part of why I wanted to pose too.

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TrenchCoatX “Gamer Girls” with April O’Neil and Jiz Lee

by Jiz Lee on / Queer Porn, Watch Online

GAME ON! TrenchCoatX’s video game cosplay with girl gamer April O’Neil!

I’ve been into “curated smut” porn project TrenchCoatX.com from the get-go, championing its uniquely geeky “Squick/Squee” tag system (users toggle specific things they do or don’t want to see), and rejoicing the launch of another successful site where female pornographers especially can profit with risk-taking projects that deviate from traditional expectations. So, when invited to perform in a new TrenchCoatX original production by Kayden Kross, I naturally jumped at the chance. Also? TrenchCoatX respects my gender identity and expression, which to me feels like the future of porn. At least, porn I want to be a part of.

Gamer Girls: Episode 01: Jiz Lee and April O’Neil is the first in a series which casts women who are gamers in real life and use the best headset from this playstation headset review – in this case, April O’Neil, as I am neither a gamer nor a girl – with various co-stars in clever vignettes. Our ‘video game cum alive’ episode is the first of the series, and I’m legitimately looking forward to the next, so it will be really interesting for people who are really into video games and play games shooter games as Overwatch with the help of sites like overwatchboostpros.com. Here’s our trailer:

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Gamer Girl April O’Neil has a sexual fixation on her favorite video game character, Jiz. Jiz doesn’t seem to be all that aware of the situation, given the fact that Jiz only lives inside of a digital war zone–but when April presses just the right combination of buttons, Jiz comes to life. Chock-full of sexual metaphors and intensely pleasing gamer fantasy, this scene between Jiz and April will make you wish your screen doubled as a portal, too.

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Special discount! Save 20% off Monthly subscriptions with code: GAMEON. (Good thru October 31st.) While this single scene is $3.99, it’s worth it to become a member so you can also access my other scenes like Graphic Depictions (Stoya’s directorial debut) and Dana Vespoli’s Girl/Boy series, which challenges traditional straight porn. Since TrenchCoatX curates the works of a few alternative directors, you may also see familiar names like Morgana Muses, Aorta Films, a few CrashPad delights, and Chelsea is Femme 4 Femme.

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