Demi Lovato recently announced that she has officially adopted her pronouns, and now she has shared her reasons for doing so.
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We all I know Demi Lovato.
And we, probably, all perfectly understand that just 1 year ago the artist came out non-binary.
Back in May 2021, Lovato wrote:
“I am proud to inform you that I identify as a non-binary person and will officially change my pronouns to they/they in the future.”
The singer has also spoken about her gender on other occasions, writing:
“If you’re wrong about my gender, that’s fine. Sometimes I accidentally make mistakes! It’s a huge move to change the pronouns that I’ve been using for myself all my life. And sometimes it’s hard to remember!
Lovato has previously said that what she identifies with may also change.
And now, many fans are claiming that Lovato had a gender change on Instagram.
At the time of writing, her gender on Instagram reads “they/they/she/her”.
And many are wondering if this means Lovato is no longer non-binary. She has since given official information about the change.
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A lot is changing for the singer at the moment, as she announced last year that she would “go sober, not sober in California.”
Demi admitted to “trying to bargain” on her way to recovery. daily mail.
Lovato told interviewers at the time she “tried to just smoke weed” but realized “none of it works” for her…
And she admitted that “acceptance” of this fact entered her life.
“I’m so accepting of my life the way it is that I really rarely think about substances, which is great and I never thought this would happen to me,” she said.
In December 2021, the singer reportedly announced that she would “officially get sober” after a near-fatal drug overdose in 2018.
The star also admitted that she “would no longer moderately drink alcohol and smoke marijuana.”
“I no longer maintain my California sobriety. You can only be sober when you are sober,” she said.
Just last year, Lovato admitted she was “just minutes away from death” when her assistant found them on the night of the overdose in 2018.
She said reporters If no one had found her, she wouldn’t be here.
Lovato said that “closing the door makes” them “even more willing to open the door”.
But she “learned it didn’t work” to say, “I’ll never do it again.”
“I really struggled with it. I know I’m done with what will kill me. But I’d like to get some relief, maybe through weed or something,” she continued.
“And telling myself that I can never drink or smoke marijuana, I feel like I’m setting myself up for failure because I’m such a black and white thinker,” she said.
Lovato acknowledged that recovery “is not a one-size-fits-all solution” and added that “you shouldn’t be forced to sober up if you’re not ready.”
Because “you have to do it for yourself,” she concluded.
And now, the 29-year-old said she “accepts” her life “as it is.”
In an interview with Audacy’s Mix 104.1 in Boston, Lovato said, “People around me wanted me to be sober. And I don’t think I wanted to.”
“I rarely think about substances,” the star said.
In addition to receiving recognition, the singer also revealed that she will be adding her own pronouns, so she will not only be called by them/them.
She is opened about changing to Podcast Spout.
“Lately, I feel more feminine, and so I adopted her / her again … But I think that the important thing is that no one is perfect. Everyone confuses pronouns at some point, especially when people are learning, it’s all about respect.”
What do you think of her comments?