Elisha Lim in an award winning visual artist and filmmaker. Lim has juried art grants in Canada and the States, and was the debut exhibit of Toronto’s notorious Feminist Art Gallery. They have lectured on race representation and gender-neutral pronouns on panels, artist talks and United Nations conferences since 2009, and directed Montréal’s first Racialized Pride Week in 2012. Their short film 100 Butches #9: Ruby was controversially censored in Singapore and debuted at the London BFI; their claymation about the pronoun "They" was awarded Best New Director at Toronto's Inside Out Film Festival. In Spring 2014 Lim published their first graphic novel "100 Crushes" on Koyama Press.