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June 15, 2023
Demi Lovato went back to her old pronouns because being a they/them was, and I quote, "exhausting"
If you are someone who takes pronouns, changing your pronouns, and demanding people acknowledge whatever your pronouns are that week seriously, you should not claim Demi Lovato. I'm just saying, she is making y'all look silly. The popstar makes it sound like people claim their gender identity just for attention and NOT because of who they claim they feel they are inside. That week.
The singer of such bangers as "Cool for the Summer" and "Confident" (I can acknowledge a catchy tune) explained her struggle with pronouns in a recent GQ interview.
What are Demi Lovato's pronouns?
Excellent question. She was born a she/her 1992. In 2021, they decided they were non-binary and started going by they/them. Then in 2022, she decided while they were still non-binary, she was going to go back to being a she/her because, and I quote, "I'm such a fluid person."
This brings us to 2023, as she/her explains the struggle of being they/them:
I constantly had to educate people and explain why I identified with those pronouns. It was absolutely exhausting.
I just got tired. But for that very reason I know that it is important to continue spreading the word.
Note, even as a she/her, her/she still struggled with gender-exclusive bathrooms and paperwork.
What are Demi Lovato's other issues?
Besides pronouns, Lovoto is also into body positivity. Which, like with pronouns, means lecturing people who disagree. The artist freaked out on a Los Angeles grocery store in 2021 for selling sugar-free cookies, accusing them of being "diet culture vultures." She attacked Taylor Swift in 2016 for hanging out with too many skinny b*tches.
Lovato is also concerned that aliens in this country are loved and respected. No, not the illegal kind that comes from Mexico. The extraterrestrial kind that comes from outer space.
I really think that if there was anything out there that would want to [be harmful] to us, it would have happened by now. But I think that we have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory term for anything. That's why I like to call them ETs!
Your pronouns sound serious. What else can you tell me about them?
Honestly? This bloke says it best:
So when you -- quite uninvited -- declare your pronouns to me, in spite of what you might say, you are not telling me how to address you. You are not telling me how you like to be spoken to. What you're telling me is how I must think about you and how I must speak to everyone else in the world when I refer to you. You might think it's okay to control me in that way. You may think you have a good justification for doing so. But at the very least let's be honest about what you're doing. Because that's how I like to be spoken to.
Based man explains the real reason why a person might want to announce what his or her pronouns are.
His explanation is perfect. pic.twitter.com/CJ8jmHSZxU
— Catch Up (@CatchUpFeed) January 6, 2023
As you are ordered to celebrate everyone on the LGBTQ spectrum this month, if you find yourself in a conversation with Demi Lovato, whatever you do, we're begging you... please don't refer to her as a they/them. She/her can't handle it anymore.
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