Demi Lovato Has Announced That They Are Non-Binary and Will Use Gender Neutral Pronouns

Going forward, when you refer to musician Demi Lovato, be sure you use gender neutral pronouns. The singer has officially changed their pronouns to “they” and “them.” In a video on Twitter and through a series of tweet, they announced they are non-binary.

If you find yourself wondering what non-binary means, it basically means that they do not identify as a man or a woman. Instead, non-binary people may identify as a mix of male and female or not feel that either gender fits who they are.

In Lovato’s video, they explained, “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 both know I am and still am discovering.”

Lovato followed up their video with a series of tweets that continues to explain their truth.

If you think using “they” and “them” for one person sounds like bad grammar, you’re not alone; however, “they” and “them” is appropriate in this case since they are gender neutral pronouns.

Does Lovato’s announcement surprise you at all? Do you know anyone who identifies as non-binary?