20 of Our Favorite Non-Binary Celebrities

Hugh Sheridan

Non-Binary people are also referred to as being gender fluid. These are folks who do not feel the need or desire to place themselves in any specific gender category. They see themselves as people, not as a specific gender, such as male, female, or otherwise. Many celebrity personalities have related themselves to be gender fluid, or non-binary, preferring not to be labeled with the traditional gender associations. Some have come out and publicly announced their viewpoints on the matter, and others may have made a passing comment bout their preferences and beliefs about gender association. Here is a list of our favorite celebrities that maintain non-binary status.

Demi Lovato

1. Demi Lovato

iHeart confirms that singer Demi Lovato, famous for the song “Dancing with the Devil” announced in the past year that the star has concluded viewing their self-point of view as nonbinary. An official preference for changing all pronouns to they or them is a part of the discovery that Lovato has made about the self. Demi is still in the process of discovering aspects of their true self and vows to continue to express gender fluidity.

Janelle Monae

2. Janelle Monae

Janelle Monae still uses the pronouns she and her, but the star from “Pynk” does not see herself as a girl or a boy. She shared that she resonates as a person who goes beyond the experience of being one gender, embracing her energies as both masculine, feminine, and other energies that go beyond explanation or the current expressions of gender. She embraces a nonbinary status that is more of an experience than a gender.

Indya Moore

3. Indya Moore

Indya Moore prefers to use the pronouns they or them. The star of “Pose” confirmed a personal expression as being nonbinary, as well as femme being a suitable description of Moore’s identification. They also included an expression of trans as being suitable, adding that Indya is not afraid to correct people who use gender-specific pronouns.

Elliot Page

4. Elliot Page

Elliot Page was previously known as Ellen Page. He shared his preference for being referred to with the pronouns he or him, or they or them. Page announced that he is transgender late in 2020. His self-description is nonbinary and trans. He shares his love for his identification with being “queer,” according to his own words and he is comfortable with who he is and how he has evolved. Elliot shares his love for others who deal with self-deprecating behavior and abuse from others and encourages them to be themselves and embrace who they are.

Sam Smith

5. Sam Smith

Sam Smith announced being gender-fluid or nonbinary in 2019. They shared a post on Instagram that was filled with emotion. Smith chose to embrace themself and states the preference to be referred to by the pronouns they or them versus he or him. Sam shared that there is tremendous support for the decision to be upfront about gender preference, although there was a bit of nervousness about how the announcement would be received initially. The support has been ample for those who love Sam Smith for who they are.

Nico Tortorella

6. Nico Tortorella

Tortorella shares their view that there is no reason to feel forced to proclaim a lifelong gender association. They recommend getting in touch with your sexuality and gender and experimenting to discover more about the true self. The expression of gender is personal and it’s also fluid if you choose it to be. Nico believes that people make transitions every day of their lives and nonbinary is just one of the terms they prefer to identify with. Others include pansexual, gender nonconforming, and bisexual, but they are just words and they cannot fully describe who the person is. Be whoever you are on any particular day.

Jonathan Van Ness

7. Jonathan Van Ness

Jonathan van Ness is growing as a person with every day of his life. He is okay with referring to him with the pronouns he, him, she, her, they, or them. He is gender nonconforming and also uses the term nonbinary to describe himself. He is best known as one of the stars of “Queer Eye.” As he ages and matures, he shared that he feels like a man on some days, but like a woman on others. He’s all for breaking down stereotypes and not into binary conformism. Until now, he didn’t consider giving a name to the way he viewed his gender preferences. He was just about being himself with every day he lived.

Brigette Lundy-Pain

8. Brigette Lundy-Pain

Insider confirms that Brigette Lundy-Pain, best known as the star of “Atypical” on Netflix, shared that they identify with being nonbinary. Lundy-Pain shared the feeling like both girl and a boy s a child. There were struggles with gender identity, but there isn’t a need to struggle when you honor and celebrate yourself for precisely who you are.

Amandla Stenberg

9. Amandla Stenberg

Amandla Stenberg is best known for appearing in “The Hate U Give.” the actor announced that they are nonbinary in a social media post in the year 2016. Amandla also embraces being gay, and shared that she sometimes feels like a woman, and sometimes like a man. Stenberg prefers to use the pronouns they and them versus him and her, however, she does not need to use any particular pronouns to feel comfortable in her skin. She doesn’t see the need for changing the use of pronouns in describing gender as a positive, but perhaps as something that may be detrimental.

Asia Kate Dillon

10. Asia Kate Dillon

You may remember Asia Kate Dillon for their appearances in the third chapter of the “John Wick” franchise alongside Keanu Reeves. Dillon shared identification as a nonbinary person. Asia further suggested that one of the characters they played in the film might be best performed as a nonbinary as well. It was an opportunity to highlight gender diversity in the film. Creating a nonbinary character was accepted by the casting executives. It worked for the character. They have cast Dillon as many nonbinary characters and fulfills the roles expertly.

Miley Cyrus

11. Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus started her career in the role of Hannah Montana, under the tutelage of her father, country music star Billy Ray Cyrus. She has since become a star in her own right appearing in movies and her “Hannah Montana” series. She’s had several top hits in her music career. She shared that she viewed herself as pansexual, then later came out as nonbinary in her self-assessment.

Bex Taylor-Klaus

12. Bex Taylor-Klaus

Bex Taylor-Klaus is best known for appearances in “The Killing,” “Arrow,” “Scream,” and many other popular films. Bex has struggled with exploring gender within the film industry and in society and encountered the attitude that it is taboo from contemporaries. Taylor-Klaus is nonbinary and prefers to be viewed as a chameleon that can be comfortable in all gender expressions.

Lachlan Watson

13. Lachlan Watson

Lachlan discoursed their preference for gender association in a revealing interview with the news segment of MTV. It has been an ongoing process, Watson explained. It begins at the age of 13 when they first realized that they were a cisgender lesbian. The second part was identified as a trans with the third chapter of life bringing a greater association as nonbinary. Watson shared that it was a struggle to stay outside of the box that we tend to place ourselves within. Their worldview is more of gender freedom, which is a departure from the term gender fluidity. There isn’t a fluctuation between options. It’s rather, gender freedom to be who they are at any given point in time.

Liv Hewson

14. Liv Hewson

Liv Hewson is an Australian actor and playwright who identifies as nonbinary. Hewson has not committed to a preference for a specific use of pronouns to describe themself but did share that they came out as nonbinary at the age of 16, relieved to find a way to bring it out in the open within their profession. It was a goal that they didn’t believe would ever be accomplished. It took a long time to be able to reach the point in life where transparency about their feelings felt right. Hewson is best known for their appearance on “Santa Clarita Diet” with Timothy Olyphant and Drew Barrymore.

Nikki Hiltz

15. Nikki Hiltz

Out reports that Nikki Hiltz, the celebrated champion middle-distance runner announced their identification as nonbinary and trans. Nikki chose to come out as gay in their college days, taking a chance on it affecting their athletic career. The height of professionalism and expertise that Hiltz achieved gave them a platform to bring attention to the cause for freedom in gender identification for all people to live the lives they were born to live in openness and truth. Hiltz shared that the pronouns that work best for her gender identification are she and they. She describes her gender as nonbinary and also resonates with being gender fluid.

Courtney Stodden

16. Courtney Stodden

Courtney Stodden is a celebrity personality that was first noticed by the public in 2011 at the age of 16. They became a model and reality television personality after marrying Doug Hutchinson, an actor known for “The Green Mile.” Stodden competed in beauty pageants and appeared to lead a glamorous lie as a woman, but felt that they didn’t fit in. They share that she and she are not pronouns that they can identify with and this has always been the case. Courtney had a rough time in school because they were not able to connect with kids their age. They bullied Stodden because the difference was noticeable. Stodden confirms a fluidity in gender identification more than anything else but still doesn’t feel like they fit in within society.

Trisha Paytas

17. Trisha Paytas

Trisha Paytas is a famous internet personality with their own YouTube channel that became famous as a vlogger. They also participated in the “Celebrity Big Brother” show as a contestant. Paytas has done a lot of different things that put them in the spotlight with a personality that demands attention. Trisha came out on social media as being nonbinary. Paytas prefers to use the pronouns they and them in association with gender identification. Like many other people who best identify with being nonbinary, there was a struggle to put their finger on what fits in with their journey and worldview. Tik Tok fans and Gen Z are credited with helping Paytas find their niche that is the most comfortable.

Analeigh/Lio Tipton

18. Lio Tipton

Lio Tipton began their professional career as a model, but then made the transition to professional acting. Tipton shared the realization that they identify best s queer and nonbinary on social media. These are the terms that are the most comfortable for Lio. The former runner-up for the “America’s Next Top Model” competition shared that their preference for pronoun usage is theirs and theirs. Lio has joined the growing group of celebrities that is opening up about gender preferences that encourage others to take a look at how they feel about their associations and feel a sense of pride in who they are.

Hikaru Utada

19. Hikaru Utada

Hikaru Utada is a Japanese pop singer famous in the latter part of the 1990s through the early 2000s eras Utada is best known for singing theme songs for video games. Hikaru came out as being nonbinary in a public live stream that cleared the air and allowed them to be transparent and open about their preferences.

Hugh Sheridan

20. Hugh Sheridan

Hugh Sheridan is an Australian actor that confirmed they are nonbinary to celebrate Pride Month. Sheridan announced over Instagram, and further confirmed their involvement in a relationship with another person, without assigning gender values to either person in the relationship, confirming their monogamy and commitment to that person. Hugh does not believe in putting labels on people following their genders. Sheridan is not only committed to the person they love but also encouraging others who are curious about their gender identity and have the desire to further explore their options. He tells them that they are all human beings and that is what matters. Hugh doesn’t believe that anyone has to choose a label to describe who they are. They announced being nonbinary in 2020 and confirmed that they have been with women and men, but do not view this as a suitable definition for anyone.

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