Demi Lovato Said he felt “held back” before deciding to come out as non-binary.
In conversation with Jane fonda In episode 28 monster in Law Actress series Fire drill friday, Demi talked about the ways in which she felt patriarchy forced her to identify as a woman.
The “Tell Me You Love Me” singer shared that he spent “years” living his life for other people and enough to try to make himself “short for patriarchy” before deciding enough.
“Patriarchy, they run the industry, they are at the center of everything,” Demi, who first appeared as non-binary on May 19 His podcast series 4 d, Explained. “When I realized this, I thought, ‘What are the ways that patriarchy is trailing me?’ And to me, it was me putting it in a box and saying, ‘You are a woman, this is what you like, this is what you have to do, don’t dream big and don’t speak loudly.’ “