Demi Lovato gave more insight into their decision to go public as non-binary in a recent interview with Jane Fonda.
The “Sorry No Sorry” singer appeared on Fonda’s “Fire Drill Friday” livestream, where they recently discussed coming out as non-binary and using them/they pronounced enough in the first episode. their podcast Celebrities noted that they didn’t come out sooner as they unwittingly fought against “patriarchy” and expectations of women.
“After many years of living my life for others, Trying to make themselves smaller for the patriarchy – they run the industry. They are the center of everything. When I knew I thought, ̵6;What is the Fatherland like? Hold me?’” Lovato said (via Entertainment Tonight). It’s keeping me in the telling box. [me] saying ‘you are a woman This is what you should like. This is what you should do. don’t dream bigger And don’t say it any louder.’ That doesn’t feel good to me because I’m too outspoken for that.”
Lovato also addressed their role as artists in solving political problems at a time when the country was deeply divided.
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“I think the only thing I can encourage people to do is find more compassion and empathy,” Lovato explains. go inside yourself find it in you so that you can discover it for others Because that’s what will bring us together. That’s unity.”
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They added: “Remember that although we are individuals we are one And when we start excluding people That is really nasty and dangerous.”
Speaking of the first episode of their “4D with Demi Lovato” podcast, the singer decided to open up to her fans. of them after more than a year of “Heal and review yourself”
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“In the past year and a half I have been working on healing and self-reflection, and through this work, I have received the revelation that I identify as non-binary,” the singer said. “With that being said, I will officially change my pronouns to them/them.
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“I feel best that this represents the fluidity I feel in my sexual expression. And it made me feel as true to myself as possible with the people I know and still discover.”