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Nonbinary Star Demi Lovato Feels “Feminine” Again


Pop singer and actress Demi Lovato feels more “feminine” again after coming out as nonbinary in 2021. When she came out, she started using they/them pronouns on Instagram. But recently, she’s using she/her pronouns again. In an interview with the Spout podcast, Lovato said she’s using both “they” and “she” pronouns on her IG account now. Also, she describes herself as a fluid person when it comes to her sexuality, music, and creativity. In addition to embracing the nonbinary gender, the star also identifies herself as pansexual (and bisexual sometime in 2015). Let’s take a look at more of Demi Lovato’s life and why she’s considered by many as a powerful example of how to be unapologetically yourself.

The Demi Lovato 2022 Transition

Demi Lovato is one step closer to being her authentic self. The “Holy Fvck” singer recently opened up on social media about her transition and how she’s feeling “feminine” again after coming out as nonbinary last year. “Nobody’s perfect, and last year I felt a strong balance between my masculine and feminine energies that’s why I proudly identified myself as nonbinary,” Lovato said in an interview with Paper Magazine. “But I love being femme. And so I’m using she/her pronouns again. People mess up pronouns at some point, whether they're learning about them or dealing with gender identity issues. It's all about respect.” Lovato has released several albums that reflected her personal life and opinions on certain matters. In fact, her 2017 album “Tell Me You Love Me” was a way of exploring her emotions and sexuality. “This album was me diving into my feelings and my sexuality and my transitions,” she said. “It was important for me to make this album so that people could hear where I'm at in my life.”

Demi Lovato Confident About LGBTQ+ Community Connections

Lovato is known for being an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. And she’s confident about her connections and how the community helped her grow as an artist. The star has been a vocal supporter of LGBTQ+ rights and has performed at numerous pride events. She has consistently used her platform and her Demi Lovato Instagram page to speak out against discrimination and violence against queer people. In 2017, Lovato released the song “Sorry Not Sorry” with an accompanying music video that featured LGBTQ+ dancers. The song was praised by many as a celebration of queer culture and an anthem for self-acceptance. The star’s outspoken support of the LGBTQ+ community has also made her a role model for many young queer people. And she was praised by the community for being open about her gender preferences and sexuality.

Demi Lovato’s Personal Struggles

Demi Lovato has always been open on social media about her struggles with bipolar disorder, eating disorder, and depression. She has also suffered from body shaming—being described as having a “fuller figure” by a reporter in 2019. Aside from struggling mentally, Lovato also opened up to the public about her drug addiction. During such time, she had strokes and a heart attack after a near-fatal overdose. The mental health issues and drug addiction heightened that the star decided to go to rehab in late 2010. Like all Hollywood actors and music artists, it wasn’t an easy journey for Lovato. She took several treatments and social media breaks to stay sober. But she’s a star, after all—she knows how to come back with a “bang.” Today, Lovato is a mental health advocate, working to break the stigma around mental illness. She has also teamed up with Cast Recovery to initiate the Lovato Treatment Scholarship in honor of her late father for people who need treatment for mental illness. Additionally, she supports the Mental Health Fund and the organization Free the Children. One of the star’s most renowned works is her very own book “Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year.” She also releases the most inspirational songs, such as “Skyscraper,” “Warrior,” and “Yes I Am.”

How Demi Lovato Sees Herself in the Future

Apart from proudly announcing that she’s feeling more “feminine” than ever, Lovato also discusses her excitement for what the future holds, saying “There are so many things that I want to do. I want to continue to express myself in a way that feels true to me. And I want to help other people who might be struggling with their own identities.” It’s clear from her words that Lovato is committed to living her life authentically and helping others do the same. She encourages everyone to celebrate individuality and diversity. The star also urges others who may be struggling with their own identity to find what makes them happy and be themselves unapologetically. We can all learn from Demi Lovato's strength and courage in living her truth, regardless of what society expects of us.
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