The singer set about coming out as non-binary and finally living her truth after so long! According to Demi Lovato They had lived “for other people” most of their lives, but now things have changed for the better.
During a new interview with Jane Fonda for Fire Drill Friday, Demi became open about the coming out and more.
CONNECTED: Demi Lovato’s alleged drug dealer reveals shocking details: She was reportedly aware of the fact that she was using strong drugs
They said, “After years of living my life for other people and trying to shrink myself down for patriarchy, they run the industry and are at the center of everything. Realizing this, I thought, “How did patriarchy hold me back?” And for me it was really the case that I was put in a box that said: “You are a woman, you should like that, you should do that, don’t dream bigger and don’t speak louder.” That didn’t impress me because I’m too open to it. ‘
In the same interview, the singer was also asked about an artist’s contribution to the political divide.
Can this gap be healed through art or not?
CONNECTED: Kailyn Lowry allegedly arrested for physically assaulting Chris Lopez for his son’s haircut – court documents!
“I think all I can encourage people to do is find more compassion and empathize with others. If you have difficulty finding this in relation to others, go into yourself, find it in yourself so that you can find it for others, because that is what brings us together, is this oneness. Let’s remember that even though we are individuals, we are one and when we start excluding people things get really hateful and dangerous, ”Demi shared with the host and the public.
This brand new interview comes after last week, the celebrity came out as non-binary and now identified with They / Them pronouns.
The reveal came during the very first episode of their new podcast, titled 4D, starring Demi Lovato.