Category: Art

Erotic Philanthropic Holiday Cards

by Jiz Lee on / Art, Goals and Ideas, Karma Pervs

Each December I end the year by mailing holiday cards to those who have supported my work and community. The cards are a way I send gratitude, and also serve as a fundraiser. The idea grew from my initial erotic philanthropic photo site and has evolved into an annual physical collaboration with visual artists. Now in its 7th year, I’m very happy to add Lesser Gods Art to the tradition. I’m so excited to announce this year’s holiday card. Here’s a cropped preview:

Designed by Lesser Gods Art (who you can find on Instagram and Facebook) the image is a striking and sultry portait inspired by Allan Amato’s Seraph photography and incorporating some of my favorite things like protea, grapefruit, and a little kink! It’s a beautiful image and I want to send it to you.

Five Ways to Get a Holiday Card

1. Order a book

I’ve created a web store to sell my anthology Coming Out Like a Porn Star and other books. Order from the site and I’ll send you a card.
>> Order here

2. Buy a Card

Buy a card directly from me for $5. (Or 5 for $20! Makes a great gift! 😉 )
>> Order here

3. Pay for Your Porn

What better time to subscribe to CrashPadSeries.com or PinkLabel.tv! By joining, you’ll support my day job at Pink & White Productions. Watch my videos — or hundreds of other queer and trans porn performers — while financially supporting the production of new films pushing diverse sexual cinema. Sign-up via the links here:

 

To claim, send your payment confirmation to: jiz@jizlee.com along with your mailing address. 

4. Donate to a Good Cause

Make a contribution of any amount over $25. All of the organizations listed here are located in the United States and your donation is tax deductible:

 

To claim: send payment confirmation to: jiz@jizlee.com along with your mailing address.

5. Go Digital

Subscribe to my email newsletter to receive a New Year’s greeting with a digital version of the image right to your inbox.
>> Sign-up here

 

Thank you for all the ways you’ve contributed to help me do the things I love in life. Thanks for your orders of physical cards, books, supporting my day job and passions in queer porn, or making a donation to organizations that make the world a better place. Thanks for keeping me going!

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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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