Demi Lovato changes pronouns to they/them; netizens react
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Demi Lovato changes pronouns to they/them; netizens react

Lovato will be using they and them as pronouns

Demi Lovato changes pronouns to they/them; netizens react

New Delhi: Non-binary persons do not identify as either female or male, and do not hold to gender expressions of either. Singer Demi Lovato expressed through a video, that they want them/they as their pronouns. The award-winning singer and actor came out as non-binary.


These lyrics by Demi Lovato hit home, “This is real, this is me, I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be now,” and now we know why.

In the video message, Lovato said, “Over the past year and a half I've been doing some healing and some self-reflective work and through this work, I've had the revelation that I identify as non-binary. With that said, I'll officially be changing my pronouns to they/them.”

They said, “I feel that this best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression, and allows me to feel most authentic and true to the person I know I am and still discovering. In this first episode, I'm excited to share with you what this means to me and what it may look like to other people. I want to make it clear that I'm still learning and coming in to myself and I don't claim to be any expert or a spokesperson.”

The pop singer shared their views on self-discovery through their message. Encouraging acceptance for all gender expressions and genders. Demi's announcement is an encouragement to queer communities and persons to embrace and stand for themselves, and feel loved in their skin.

They also said: “I think love is love. You can find it in any gender.” Lovato has also described them self as queer, and their sexuality as fluid, saying in 2020 that they were “still figuring it out” and had told their parents in 2017 “that I saw myself ending up possibly with a woman.”

Lovato has given extensive support to LGBTQ causes. In 2016, Lovato cancelled a concert in North Carolina after the state passed a law that limited bathroom access to transgender people, and has also campaigned on equal marriage. GLAAD, an American LGBTQ rights organisation, said at the time that Lovato has “consistently used her platform as a successful artist to send messages of acceptance and support to LGBT people everywhere.”

Anthony Allen Ramos, GLAAD's Head of Talent, said Wednesday in a statement, “Gender is not simply male or female. Non-binary people live outside of those rigid categories and they should be respected for who they are, which includes using the pronouns they tell us to use.”

Here is how netizens reacted to Lovato's announcement:









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