Demi Lovato, a singer and performer, declared that in addition to the “they/them” pronouns they now use, they will now also use “she/her” pronouns.
In an interview with the Spout podcast, Lovato talked openly about this turning point in their gender identification journey.
According to Lovato, “Recently, I have been feeling more feminine, therefore I have embraced she/her again.” I’m a really flexible individual.
With a video and a Twitter thread, Lovato came out as non-binary in May 2021 and let the world know they will be using they/them pronouns.
As Lovato proudly said, “I am delighted to let you know that I identify as non-binary [and] will officially be changing my pronouns to they/them moving ahead. Today is a day I’m so thrilled to share more of my life with you all.”
In the Spout podcast interview, Lovato discussed her coming-out experience and the reason they are now including “she/her” in their pronoun use.
In particular last year, Lovato remarked, “I felt like my energy was balanced in masculine and feminine energy.” “I didn’t feel like there was a restroom for me when I had to choose between going into a bathroom that read “women” or “men.”
Because I didn’t particularly feel like a lady or a guy, I just felt like a person. For me, they/them are simply about experiencing what it is to be truly human.
They/them/she/her are all used in Lovato’s new Instagram bio, which now reads “they/them/she/her.”
While adding “she/her” to their list of pronouns, Lovato did not “revert back to she/her pronouns.” There is a sizable distinction.
Lovato is still non-binary; they are just changing their pronouns to match where they are at this point in their gender transition.