after coming out as non-binary
Demi Lovato feels more feminine again
8/3/2022 2:02 PM
Last year, Demi Lovato shared that she is now non-binary, meaning she no longer identifies with “he/she” pronouns. In the meantime, though, she’s at least changed her opinion on how to address him personally. She now explains why in a podcast.
Demi Lovato revealed on her social media channels in May last year that she identifies as non-binary. The singer changed her pronouns to “they/give” in English. These pronouns were also in the bio on the artist’s Instagram page. Meanwhile, Lovato has also added the pronoun “he/her” (“he/her”).
In the podcast “Spout” Explaining her decision, the singer said: “I actually went back to the pronouns ‘he/she’.” The reason for this, according to Lovato, is her “fluid personality”. Lately she has felt more feminine again.
“Just Felt Like A Human”
In conversation, Lovato also reports from the past few months: “I had a feeling, especially last year, that my male and female energies were balanced.” For example, when faced with the choice of whether to use the men’s or women’s restrooms, Lovato said she couldn’t make up her mind. “Because I didn’t necessarily feel like a woman. I didn’t feel like a man. I just felt like a human.”
People with non-binary gender identities do not explicitly define themselves as male or female. on Twitter Demi Lovato announced in 2021 that the decision follows a period of healing and self-reflection. In another post, Starr said that changing the pronoun to “they/they” allows him to feel more authentic about who Lovato is and has yet to be discovered.
In the German language, the word “zier/de” is used in place of “they/de”, but there are still no truly established pronouns in the third person for non-binary people. It’s best to ask your non-binary counterpart yourself how they want to be addressed.
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