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babemonthIt's time for another installment of Babe of the Month. Last month we had a veteran sex educator and porn maker, Tristan Taormino. This month, I'm interviewing a rising star in the porn world, Jiz Lee from the Crash Pad Series and Pink & White Productions - some of our very favorite pornos here at Babeland. Jiz is one of the hottest performers I've ever seen - not only because Jiz is so darn cute, but because watching Jiz fuck makes me fall in love with what dyke/gender-variant sex can be, all over again.When and how did you decide that you wanted to do porn?When I first saw S.I.R. Production's Hard Love / How to Fuck in High Heels, I realized I wanted to be in porn. Before that moment, I didn't see pornography as a medium for queers to share their sexual experiences. Though I had always had a strong since of my sexuality I had an opinion about porn as being intensely heteronormative -- straight, Eurocentric, and not very sexually progressive. When I saw that there was such a thing as queer porn that I realized that I could contribute to the genre. However, it wasn't until 2005 that I found the opportunity.How did you get involved with the people at Pink & White Productions?My partner Shawn is a producer of the company and introduced me to her friend Shine Louise Houston who was casting for her first film. Shawn and I shot together for my first scene in The Crash Pad, which was awarded Hottest Dyke Sex Scene 2006 from the Feminst Porn Awards. Since then, I've appeared in each of the company's feature films, Superfreak, In Search of the Wild Kingdom, and the upcoming feature film, Champion. Pink & White also produces a membership site called CrashPadSeries.com, which is a fantastic place for queers who want to break into the business.jizleeWhat do you like best about Pink & White Productions' films? What do you think other people like best about them?Working with the folks at Pink & White is a dream come true for sex radical queers. Everyone is down-to-earth, progressive, and deeply passionate about representing authentic queer sex. I love shooting porn with my friends and lovers, and having a supportive crew who values my sexual expression. I think that other people love Pink & White because the company makes great work that really shows a broad range. The cast represents a lot of different queer experiences, and is as diverse in ethnicity, gender, hair/aesthetic, body type, orientation, and even professional experience -- both amateurs and seasoned adult professionals love working for Pink & White because they are encouraged to have sex whatever way they like best, fucking within the context of their own individual desires.Why do you see queer made porn as being different from other "lesbian" porn?The term "Lesbian" is an interesting genre, often appropriated by the adult industry for the male gaze. Thus, it is equivalent to "Girl/Girl" pornography and the sexual acts you'll see are pretty limited. Queer porn more accurately reflects the sexual identity of many of us in the queer community because the sex acts and gender expressions of the talent portrayed in these films are not held to the ideals of the assumed straight male consumer. It is made (directed, filmed, produced, cast, promoted, etc...) by queer-identified folks for the viewing pleasure of other queers. The sex is unapologeticly passionate, something that puts it closer allined with "gay porn".What is your favorite film or scene that you've been in and why?The Crash Pad will always have a place in my heart because it was the first scene I shot with my partner, and I think it captured our insatiable love for each other (when we shot it we had been dating for about 6 months). I'm also very excited about our sex scene in Champion, which Shine has shared with me in pre-production. Our characters in the film are exes who haven't quite stopped sleeping together, and I think this somber undertone reflects a beautifully deep connection of our intense love as a real-life couple.Check out the rest of Jiz Lee's interview tomorrow! In the meantime, here are some ridiculously awesome pics of Jiz with the Njoy Elevenelevenelevenontext of their own individual desires.Why do you see queer made porn as being different from other "lesbian" porn?The term "Lesbian" is an interesting genre, often appropriated by the adult industry for the male gaze. Thus, it is equivalent to "Girl/Girl" pornography and the sexual acts you'll see are pretty limited. Queer porn more accurately reflects the sexual identity of many of us in the queer community because the sex acts and gender expressions of the talent portrayed in these films are not held to the ideals of the assumed straight male consumer. It is made (directed, filmed, produced, cast, promoted, etc...) by queer-identified folks for the viewing pleasure of other queers. The sex is unapologeticly passionate, something that puts it closer allined with "gay porn".What is your favorite film or scene that you've been in and why?The Crash Pad will always have a place in my heart because it was the first scene I shot with my partner, and I think it captured our insatiable love for each other (when we shot it we had been dating for about 6 months). I'm also very excited about our sex scene in Champion, which Shine has shared with me in pre-production. Our characters in the film are exes who haven't quite stopped sleeping together, and I think this somber undertone reflects a beautifully deep connection of our intense love as a real-life couple.Check out the rest of Jiz Lee's interview tomorrow! In the meantime, here are some ridiculously awesome pics of Jiz with the Njoy Eleveneleveneleven