Category: Art

2019 Limited Edition Jiz Lee Holiday Card Designed by Avalon Clare

by Jiz Lee on / Art, Goals and Ideas

I’m thrilled to reveal this year’s limited edition holiday card — designed by Avalon Clare Illustration (check out Avalon’s Etsy store), based on an original photograph by Allan Amato. I’d love to send a signed physical card, direct from me to you!

2019 Limited-Edition Jiz Lee Holiday Card

3 Ways to Get a Card in the Mail

1. Buy a Card

Buy a signed card directly from my store. Proceeds will be donated to DecrimNY, an advocacy organization leading the push towards decriminalizing sexual exchange. DecrimNY strives to shape New York City and State policy and public opinion around people in the sex trades and seeks to improve the lives of people who perform sexual labor by choice, circumstance, or coercion, people profiled as such, and communities impacted by the criminalization of sex work and sexual exchange. Donations will go towards covering food, transportation, space and printing costs as well as stipends for community organizing. For more information visit


2. Pay for Your Porn

Become a new subscriber to one of these two sites where you can watch my videos and hundreds more. These are both run by Pink and White Productions, my day job! Support what I love to do! 

>> (The queer porn that started it all)
>> (An online channel streaming diverse, independent adult films)

To claim: sign up via the links above and forward subscription confirmation to along with your physical mailing address. 

3. Donate to a Good Cause

Make a contribution of $25 or more to one of the organizations listed here:

>> Center for Sex & Culture
>> St. James Infirmary
>> Trans Lifeline
>> TGI Justice Project
>> OR donate to another cause of your choice and let me know why you value it!

To claim: donate and send your contribution confirmation to along with your physical mailing address.


Thank you for all the various ways you contribute to the things I value. I appreciate your orders of books, your support of my porn passions, and your donations to organizations that strive to make our world a better place. Thanks for keeping me going! ~Jiz

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ON OUR BACKS: The Revolutionary Art of Queer Sex Work

by Jiz Lee on / Art

I’d like to write more on this later, as I’ve been so busy. For the moment, I wanted to share how elated I am to be included in a landmark exhibit, “ON OUR BACKS: The Revolutionary Art of Queer Sex Work” that runs now through January 19th, 2020 at the Leslie-Lohman Museum in New York. This exhibit displays the art of several queer sex workers spanning several decades and was made possible though a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation.

Among the work on display is a retrospective of archival materials and images from Pink & White Productions and director Shine Louise Houston’s near 15 years of filmmaking. A vitrine includes The Crash Pad and some of its early appearances such as a preview for the film in On Our Backs Magazine (Fall 2005), a review by Felice Newman in the Bay Times (March 2006), and an interview with Shine in Curve Magazine (February 2006). Another shelf displays her 35mm lens adapter and trophies like her first “Feminist Porn Award” presented by Good For Her, and “Sylvester Pride in the Arts Award” from San Francisco’s Harvey Milk Democratic Club. And a binder contains pages from her productions including storyboards and breakdown sheets and notes. And a wall displays over 60 images and quotes from, which of course is only a tip of the iceberg. Here’s some of the installation, photography by Kristine Eudey, 2019. Courtesy the Leslie-Lohman Museum.


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