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Jiz Lee
Jiz Lee
Jiz Lee
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Jiz Lee is a genuine star of the genderqueer/queer porn movement, known for a gender-bending attractiveness, the ability to ejaculate, sensationally lustful performances, and a sex-positive attitude. As a queer performer, Jiz prefers to be referred to as "they" or "them" instead of "she" or "her."

Originally from Hawaii, Jiz later moved to San Francisco and decided to get into adult film after watching their first porn in an audience of about 50 other Bay Area queers. Shine Louise Houston's The Crash Pad (Pink & White Productions) was their debut film, released in 2006. Some of Jiz's most memorable performances can be seen in Vicarious: So Close You Can Taste It (Evil Angel/Bobbi Starr), Strapped Dykes (Evil Angel/Belladonna Entertainment), Expert Guide to Female Orgasms (Vivid Entertainment), Eat-Me-Out (Burning Angel Productions), and Roulette: Toronto (Real Queer Productions). Through years of performing for such renowned directors as Joanna Angel, Courtney Trouble, Bobbi Starr, Tristan Taormino, and Nica Noelle, Jiz has won too many industry awards to list them all. Some highlights: Jiz was named one of 100 Top Hot Butches in 2009, one of Fleshbot's 2010 Top Ten Crushable Objects, and the "Boundary Breaker" at the 2010 Feminist Porn Awards.

Off camera, Jiz has a background in arts management and has written for print and online publications including their blog at Jiz advocates for the ethical empowerment of realistic bodies and equal gender agency in porn. They created the Karma Pervs paysite to benefit sex-positive, queer, and kink-friendly non-profit organizations.

In 2011, Jiz appeared as writer Warren Ellis' famed Spider Jerusalem character in a documentary titled Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts. They also appeared in the 2012 mainstream adult drama Cherry alongside James Franco and Heather Graham.

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