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Mx. Nillin is a queer, non-binary, polyamorous, aromantic, award winning sexual wellness blogger, speaker, author, and editor who also provides diversity training & inclusive sex education around the Canadian prairies.
Born and raised in small-town Saskatchewan, they have spent substantial time advocating for the rights and protections of trans, non-binary, and gender nonconforming people struggling to make ends meet in a decidedly conservative, “traditional family” leaning landscape. Much of their community work has been focused around improving trans people’s access to affirming medical services, advocating for inclusive sexual wellness supports, and challenging employment and housing discrimination.
Nillin’s written work has been featured around the world, both online and in print, including in the “BEDFELLOWS: Porn as Pedagogy” exhibit featured at the Tate Modern Museum of London in October of 2016.
Most recently, their blog was ranked 1st in Molly’s Daily Kiss’ Top 100 Sex Blogs of 2021!
Outside of blogging they are also an accomplished erotica writer and editor having had stories published in Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year volumes 4, 5, and 6, as well as the Big Book of Orgasms Volume 2, all from Cleis Press. Most recently they co-wrote Chapter 16 for the 2nd Edition of Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, publishing soon from Oxford University Press.
Nillin is now hard at work with Bold Strokes Books as editor of “Heckin’ Lewd: Trans and Non-Binary Erotica“, releasing in June 1st, 2022, and “Emerging Selves: An Exploration of Gender Identity“, releasing January 18th, 2023.
To learn more about their personal life, blogging history, experiences, relationships, and queerness, check out:
- After 7-Years (and Two Days) of Blogging
- Fucking Friends: Why I Need Ethical Non-Monogamy in My Polyamory
- How I Learned to Let Go of the Hate and Love My Hairy Tits
- On Being Queer, Disowned, and the Struggles of Legal Name Changes While Fleeing Your Abusers
- Why I Post My Nudes Online
For a introductory guide to the blog, including a list of most read posts and most active topic categories, check out the New Here? page.