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Justify My Jiz

Jiz Lee’s VOID

Runtime: 32 min.

Justify My Jiz is a collaboration between Feminist Porn Award’s Boundary Breaker Jiz Lee (The Crash Pad, Mommy is Coming) and CyberSocket Award-Winning sexual bad boy Wolf Hudson (L.A. Zombie, Shifting Gears).

Inspired by Madonna’s Justify My Love, the video captures the performer’s unconventional sexualities and gender-bending persuasions in a perverse tango that fluidly shifts from soft love to rough, kinky sex just as easily as the performers switch up turns giving and receiving.

Natural lighting, short hair, tight bare torsos, fishnet stockings and high-heels blend with unconventional sexual acts including cocksucking, rimming, pegging, condomed sex, mutual masturbation, nipple-play, “reverse cowboy,” and a rare view of masculine pleasure that couples well with genderqueer sensuality. The icing on the cake ends with Jiz squirting and Wolf coming — on his own chest — in a simultaneous cumshot finale.

A collaboration by Jiz Lee and Wolf Hudson. Filmed and edited by Aiden Starr. Performers tested for STDs and both chose to use condoms on cocks and shared toys.


Starring: ,


Movie Title: Justify My Jiz
Production Date: September 22nd, 2012
Studio: Jiz Lee's Void
Custodian Of Records Information:
J.Lee
1458 San Bruno Ave
San Francisco, CA 94110
Nominated
2013 Feminist Porn Awards
Selection
2013 CINEKINK NYC
Selection
2013 PornFilmFest Berlin
Special Screening
Princeton University
Official Selection
2014 PinkScreens, Brussels





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