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Demi Lovato re-identifies as ‘she’; “I’ve been feeling more feminine lately”

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After more than a year since the famous singer Demi Lovato declared herself as a non-binary person and to change their pronouns to “they/them” in English, recently announced that it will be referred to again as “she“.

In an interview for the podcast Spoutthe singer explained that this change in her identity occurs since he is a ‘fluid’ person, which is why he will add the feminine pronouns (she/her) to the non-binary ones.

People reports that about two months ago, the singer had already added the female pronouns to her Instagram account; nevertheless, he had not explained what was the reason for including them again as part of his identity.

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“I’m such a fluid person that… I felt that, especially last year, my energy was balanced in my masculine and feminine energySo when I was faced with the choice of going into the bathroom and I said ‘women’ and ‘men’, I didn’t feel like there was a bathroom for me because I didn’t necessarily feel like a woman. I didn’t feel like a man. I just felt like a human being,” she explained.

But this scenario recently changed for Demi, as she explains that recently she feels more feminine, and called for adopting a respectful posturesince not all people understand the issue of the use of pronouns and identity.

Lately, I’ve been feeling more feminine, so I adopted her again. But I think the important thing is that no one is perfect. Everyone confuses pronouns at some point, and especially when people are learning. It’s all about respect“.

The singer also clarified that she will experiment more with the “fluidity” of her gender, so it seems that she is a gender fluid person, that is, as a person who can transition from one gender to another sporadically.


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