Demi Lovato recently opened up about her decision to re-adopt she/her pronouns after coming out as non-binary in May 2021.
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Demi Lovato returns to using she/her pronouns
Demi Lovato recently sat down for an interview with GQ Hype Spain where she shared the reason behind her decision to re-adopt she/her pronouns.
She said, ‘I constantly had to educate people and explain why I identified with those pronouns. It was absolutely exhausting.’
She continued, ‘I just got tired. But for that very reason, I know that it is important to continue spreading the word.’
Moreover, the Cool for the Summer singer also got candid about her desire to have more gender-neutral spaces.
Demi Lovato has changed her pronouns back to she/her, she is no longer they/them.— Bolouere (Bibi) (@boluxxxx) June 14, 2023
She stated, ‘I face this every day. For example, in public toilets. Having to access the women’s bathroom, even though I don’t completely identify with it.’
She added, ‘I think this has to change. Hopefully, with time there will be more options.’
For the unversed, Lovato came out as a non-binary individual in May 2021. She also revealed that she would prefer if people referred to her using they/them pronouns.
Besides that, the 30-year-old announced last year during her appearance on the Spout Podcast that she has reverted to she/her pronouns in addition to they/them pronouns.
She claimed at that time, ‘I’ve actually adopted the pronouns of she/her again with me.’
Demi Lovato might make her directorial debut with a documentary
According to reports, Demi Lovato is gearing up to make her directorial debut with a child stardom documentary.
Subsequently, the news suggests that the feature-length film hopes to ‘deconstruct the highs and lows of growing up in the spotlight through the lens of some of the world’s most famous former child stars, including Lovato.’
Nevertheless, the former Disney star will reportedly co-direct the movie alongside Nicola Marsh.
Furthermore, the film is slated to be available for viewers exclusively on Hulu next year in 2024.
Disney owns the online streaming platform. If you didn’t know, Lovato began her Hollywood career with the Kids network while starring as a teen in Disney Channel’s original movie Camp Rock and television show Sonny With a Chance.
Meanwhile, the documentary will most likely be filled with interviews with tons of former child artists. However, the names of the participants are being kept under tight wraps for now.