Jiz Lee is a genderqueer porn performer who built a name in the adult industry by presenting their genuine pleasure and unique gender expression on camera. Through an organic “self-agent” process, Jiz has worked in over 200 projects spanning five countries within indie, queer, and mainstream adult genres. Jiz has written on gender and porn in The Feminist Porn Book, and has taught queer sex workshops including “Fucking for Reel,” on pleasure and performative sex. Ever fascinated by the radical potential of sex, love, and art, Jiz blogs at JizLee.com.

Media Basics

Preferred Gender Pronouns: “They/Them”
Gender/Sexual Orientation: Genderqueer/Queer. Please refrain from the words “Lesbian” or “woman,” instead use “queer.”
Tags: Jiz Lee, Queer, Genderqueer, Queer Porn, Female Ejaculation, Fisting, etc…
Work: Queer/independent and Mainstream porn, in over 200 films and websites.
Awards/Recognitions: 2006 Feminist Porn Awards’ Hottest Dyke Sex Scene, 2008 Feminist Porn Awards’ Best Trans Sex Scene, Violet Blue’s Top 10 Sexy Geek 2009 Honorable Mention, 2009 Top Hot Butches, 2010 AVN Awards Nominated Best New Web Star, 2010 Feminist Porn Awards “Boundary Breaker”, Violet Blue’s #7 Top 10 Sexy Geeks 2010, Fleshbot’s 2010 Top 10 Crushable Objects, Curve Magazine’s 2010 New Sex Culture Curator Finalist, 2011 AVN Awards Nominated Girl/Girl scene and All-Girl Sex Scene, 2012 Feminist Porn Award’s Best Website, and Pornsaint.

Questions? Contact: Jiz@JizLee.com
Major Social Networks: Twitter: @jizlee | Facebook | Tumblr | Instagram (JizLeePG)
Databases: IMDb | IAFD

Press Photos (click for high res):

Jiz Lee - Photographer Ben Hoffman Jiz Lee - Photographer Shilo McCabe

Quotes

“In the absence of comprehensive sex education, people use porn to learn about sex — what sex looks like, who gets to have it, and what it means to be sexy. On its own, that’s fine. But a limited example of what porn is has the danger in dictating what’s ‘normal’, raising issues in our understanding of sexual health, and also our sexual psyche. Diversity in porn lets us find ourself in the erotic landscape, proving we are ALL capable and deserving of love.”
– Jiz Lee

“Be the PORN you wish to see in the world.”
– Jiz Lee

“Knowledge is Pleasure.”
– Jiz Lee

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“Queer Porn Legend.”
– The Daily Beast

“Androgynous Gender Warrior.”
– Fleshbot

“The best name in the business.”
– Jenna Jameson

“Jiz is neither a ‘she’ nor a ‘he.’ Jiz is Jiz, and refuses to be identified by gender pronouns, or be recognized as female or male. It forces people to think when they address Jiz, and this raised a question for me: How do we self-identify? Do we leave it up to society, or do we demand society recognize us on our own terms? I have an enormous amount of admiration for Jiz, who chooses the latter.”
– Dana Vespoli in AVN Magazine

“The emergence of Feminist Porn into popular culture can be attributed in some part to a group of remarkable performers who thrust their reputations, their sex appeal and their politics into the limelight. When very few people were making and producing queer porn, this year’s boundary breaker was out in public: blogging, performing and having sex with purpose. Starting their career with an ejaculation scene that knocked the concept of the facial cumshot on its ass… and continuing today to push the limits of gender and sexuality representation in porn, this years ‘Boundary Breaker of the Year’ goes to JIZ LEE.”
– Good For Her, Feminist Porn Awards 2010, presented by Lucas Silveira of The Cliks

“One of the major stars of the ‘queer porn’ set, Jiz Lee possesses a rare sexual je ne sais quoi.”
– Steve Javors, AVN Magazine

Past Interviews:

Bio – Short Version

JIZ LEE is a genderqueer adult performer straddling genders and porn genres, with over 200 projects from indie and mainstream, American and International porn houses under their belt. In 2010, Jiz was awarded Feminist Porn Award’s Boundary Breaker, a defining moment within their exploits in adult. Jiz has their fingers in a lot of good places: they moonlight behind the scenes as the Online Marketing Director of Pink & White Productions (CrashPadSeries.com, PinkLabel.tv), and run the erotic philanthropic Karma Pervs. It was through pornography that Jiz began blogging, and has since contributed to various web and print publications, from Jezebel.com and Aorta Magazine, to the academic sensation: The Feminist Porn Book! Jiz  lectures at colleges and universities, most recently Princeton University, American Studies Association, Stanford University, Williams College, Smith College, UC Berkeley, Mills College, Evergreen State, Scripps College, and the University of Toronto. Jiz hopes to bring authenticity and diversity to sex in porn, and to help culture more understanding and open-mindedness around sexuality in general. Walking that talk, Jiz is currently taking on their most challenging project to date: coming out to their family about P-R-0-N. The result is a powerful conversation, channeled into their forthcoming anthology: How to Come Out Like a Porn Star: Adult Industry Essays on Family Matters. Ever fascinated by the radical potential of sex, love, and art, Jiz runs a personal blog about sex work as a medium for social activism at JizLee.com.

Bio – Long Version

With an ejaculation scene that knocked the concept of the facial cumshot on its ass, Jiz Lee unloaded into the revolutionary world of queer porn and adult cinema. One of the adult industry’s few GenderQueer Porn stars, Jiz prefers the gender-neutral pronouns “they/them” — or none at all — and is known for having a unique androgynous look, honest and genuine performances, and a fun, positive view about sex. Jiz appears in award-winning films from around the world including United States, Canada, Australia, Germany and has worked in over 200 projects with independent filmmakers as well as large studio productions.

Jiz’s career started in 2005 with Shine Louise Houston’s film debut The Crash Pad (Pink & White Productions) which was awarded the Feminist Porn Awards’ Best Dyke Sex Scene 2006. Jiz stared in Houston’s 2009 film CHAMPION, awarded Feminist Porn’s “Movie of the Year” and nominated “Best Video Feature” in the AVN Awards. Other films include queer-meets-mainstream hit Belladonna’s Strapped Dykes, and numerous titles by Courtney Trouble, works with Digital Playground’s Cherry 2 and Joanna Angel’s Doppleganger, the ecosexual outdoors film Dangerous Curves, in sexual education films by Tristan Taormino/VIVID Ed, and with feminist director Bobbi Starr. International works include BIODILDO (Germany, Feminist Porn Award’s Best Short Film), Cheryl Dunye’s raunch-comedy crossover MOMMY IS COMING (Germany), Dear Jiz (Canada, by Australian filmmaker Louise Lush), and with Australia’s Liandra Dahl and sex worker activist powerhouse Zahra Stardust. Recent films include transgressive gonzo Girl/Boy with Manuel Ferrara by director Dana Vespoli and Jiz Lee’s VOID on the new Fair-Trade porn hub PinkLabel.tv with Justify My Jiz with bad boy co-star Wolf Hudson.

Lee has appeared under various pseudonyms including “Gauge”, “Kaltes Klaris Wasser (Vasa)”, and “Beau Flex”, and has appeared in documentaries about pornography including Here!TV’s Lesbian Sex and Sexuality Documentary Porn Today: Pushing the Limits, Logo, PINK TV (France), and Kink.com’s series Behind Kink: Uncovering Porn for Pussies.

Notable List mentions include 100 Top Hot Butches, Curve Magazine’s 69 Sexiest Lesbians Alive, Fleshbot’s 2010 Top Ten Crushable Objects, and perhaps the most humbling, Violet Blue’s Top Ten Sexy Geeks 2010. Honors include multiple Feminist Porn Awards including 2010 “Boundary Breaker” and 2013 “Heartthrob of the Year.” AVN Nominations include 2010 Best New Web Starlet (that year Jiz walked the red carpet packing an 8 1/2″ cock) and in 2011 “Best Girl/Girl Scene” with Madison Young and Nic Switch and in 2012 “Best Girl/Girl Performance” with Andy San Dimas.

As an artist, Jiz holds a B.A. in Dance and an extensive background in performance art including collaboration as one-half of the explicit duo twincest (RIP), and performing at venues such as the SF Asian Art Museum, the deYoung, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Femina Potens and CounterPULSE. Jiz’s work in drag includes posing at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School as Jack the Ripper with Stoya, as Spider Jerusalem in a Transmet Tribute which also appears in the documentary Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts, and as drag Lou Diamond Phillips playing Ritchie Valens in Rob Fatal’s sci-fi camp horror La Bamba 2: Hell is a Drag. Other acting roles include a non-noticeable (but still glad to be a part of) background extra bit in About Cherry by Stephen Elliott and writer Lorelei Lee and staring James Franco, a cameo in gay twink rapper MC Crumbsnatcher’s Homewrecker’s Anthem music video, and in the multi-directed film Valencia: The Movie(s) based on the book by Michelle Tea. For several semesters, Jiz served as an Independent Studies Adviser at California College of the Arts.

With a background in web advocacy and arts management, Jiz is also a philanthropist and created the erotic photography paysite Karma Pervs that raised over $4100 benefiting sex-positive, queer and kink-friendly non-profit organizations including Stop AIDS Project, St. James Infirmary, and the Center for Sex & Culture. Jiz has been a featured PORNSAINT and has also modeled for New Lesbian Sex Book 3rd Edition with photos by Shilo McCabe, and is an illustrated character in Michelle Tea and Laurenn McCubben’s RENT GIRL. Jiz appeared on the cover of CURVE MAGAZINE’s Jan/Feb 2014 Issue.

Jiz has contributed to Aorta Magazine (formerly “ART XX”), Good Vibrations Magazine, Jezebel.com, and other publications as well as blogging on JizLee.com. They are a recent contributor to The Feminist Porn Book and are currently working on an anthology: How to Come Out Like a Porn Star. Jiz has been a guest lecturer and panelist at Princeton University, American Studies Association, CINEKINK, UC Davis, UC Berkeley, Mills College, Evergreen State, Scripps College, Stanford University, Smith, Williams College, Grand Rapids, University of Toronto, and many more, and also sexual education centers such as San Francisco Sex Information (SFSI) Commercial Sex Panel, the Center for Sex & Culture, Long Beach LGBT Center, Writers With Drinks, SXSW, Berlin Porn Film Festival, and CUCCI’s Educator’s Training in Los Angeles. Topics range from ethical pornography, queer sex tips & techniques, impact play, strap-on sex, fisting, female ejaculation, queer visibility in pornography, Jiz’s own experience in the adult industry, and other subjects.

In 2011, Jiz joined forces with director Courtney Trouble to create International Fisting Day in effort to bring awareness to the industry’s distribution censorship of vaginal fisting, releasing a scene in the film Live Sex Show shot at the Masturbate-a-Thon with co-star Nina Hartley. Lee is an advocate of fisting, and of uncensored consensual sex.

Jiz currently works as the Online Marketing Director of Pink & White Productions (CrashPadSeries.comPinkLabel.tv). Ever fascinated by the radical potential of sex, love, and art, Jiz runs a personal blog about sex work as a medium for social activism at JizLee.com.