36 celebrities who use gender-neutral pronouns

Sex is a social construct.

Pronouns can be an integral part of who a person is, how they feel about themselves, and more. Experimenting and manipulating pronouns to figure out what best describes the person you are can be a very rewarding experience. Here are 35 celebrities who use different pronouns from the binary pronouns “he” and “he.”

Note: Not all non-binary people use gender-neutral pronouns, and not everyone who uses gender-neutral pronouns is not binary.


Demi Lovato (they/they)

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In 2021, Demi appeared as a non-binary in an Instagram post. The 28-year-old wrote in a post introducing the new podcast: 4D with Demi Lovato. You can read more about their exit here.


Ezra Miller (they/he/they)

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According to the pronouns listed on Instagram, Ezra Miller goes by them/its/ze.


Janelle Monae (she/them)

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“I’m a non-binary person, so I don’t see myself as a woman…just. I feel like God is much greater than he or she. And if I’m from God, I’m everything,” on Facebook red table discussion. They explained to the Los Angeles Times: “My conscience is the mother of the free ass—and they/them, she/she”.


Ruby Rose (they/she)

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According to their Instagram, Ruby uses their pronouns.


Sam Smith (they/they)

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In 2017, singer Sam Smith came out and announced on Instagram that they are officially changing their pronouns to they/them. They explained, “After a lifetime of war with Jenny, I decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out.”


Ben Levy Ross (they/she)

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According to Ben Levi Ross’ Instagram page, their pronouns are listed as he/she.


Elliot Page (he/they)

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In 2020, Elliot Page appeared as a transgender man via a statement on Twitter and explained that their pronouns are he/she. “I love being trans. And I love being gay,” Elliott said in his statement. “The more I hold on to myself and fully embrace who I am, the more I dream, the more my heart grows and grows.”


Brigitte Lundy Payne (they/they)

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In 2019, Lundy-Paine appeared via a now-deleted Instagram post. “I’m not bi, and I’ve always felt like a little boy, a little girl, and nothing small… I owe it to myself and all of us who struggle with sex,” they explained.


Amandla Stenberg (she/them)

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“I don’t necessarily always agree with feminine pronouns just because I don’t think pronouns necessarily make much sense. I’ve said before that I’m comfortable using the pronouns ‘they’ or ‘they’ along with ‘she’ and ‘she’ just because that’s an important conversation For me ” hunger Games Star to People during an interview.


Nico Tortorella (they/they)

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In an interview with The Independent,And They revealed that their pronouns are he/she. “I started playing with their pronouns for myself and for anyone I could when it was convenient,” they revealed.


Rain Dove

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“Use she, he, he, one, they… honestly I don’t care… all I listen to in that voice is positivity. In all reality… I’m nothing. Neither a man nor a woman. I’m human. I only have Specific anatomical abilities I feel good about and don’t want to change. I don’t define myself as ‘male’ or ‘female’ but rather as ‘actor, model and activist’ confessed to the Guardian.


Halsey (she/them)

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According to Halsey’s Instagram page, their pronouns are listed as he/she.


Asia Kate Dillon (they/they)

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“Oh, right. We’re all kids, and then someone looks between our legs and assigns us sex, and then gender identity comes first. So I don’t have to change my body, I can release her/her pronouns, I can use her. That’s me.” Asia Kate Dillon explained their consciences in an interview with The New York Times.


Joey Soloway (they/they)

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“I always remind people that we use the pronoun ‘them’ for our singular. But we don’t know the gender all the time.” Who left their sunglasses here? “Here they are.” “Someone left their lunch on the table.” It’s not about the plural. It’s about not knowing sex, not knowing gender, not knowing gender, it’s just a great exercise,” Soloway revealed to The Hollywood Reporter


Kahlani (she/they)

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“I don’t mind when people say ‘she’ at all, but something really underscores when people say ‘they.’ It’s like you really see me,” Kehlani opened up in an interview with Byrdie magazine.


Bex Taylor Klaus (they/they)

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According to their official Twitter Knob, Bex Taylor Klaus pronouns they/they.


Sarah Ramirez (they/they)

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Sarah Ramirez initially appeared as a non-binary person using her pronouns/they. As of now, according to the pronouns listed on their Instagram page, they are going exclusively through their own pronouns/they.


India Moore (they/them)

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According to this interview given to VarietyAnd India More goes through their/them consciences.


Jonathan Van Ness (she/them/it)

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“For me, when I became non-binary, I didn’t use ‘they/they’. I literally agree with ‘he’ or ‘they’ or ‘they’. queer The star revealed.


Emma Corin (she/them)

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Emma’s pronouns are listed as she/they are on their Instagram handle.


Lachlan Watson (they/they)


Alok in Menon (they/they)

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Alok V Menon is a non-sexist comedian, speaker, and writer. According to their Instagram page, their pronouns are he/she.


Mae Martin (she/them)

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Mae Martin came out as non-binary and clarified their pronouns via an honest Instagram post.


Leo Baker (they/they)


Shea collie (she/them)

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winner in RuPaul’s Drag Raceseason five, Shea Couleé, goes by their conscience, according to their Instagram.


Ian Alexander (they/she)

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According to their Instagram, the 21-year-old is best known for his roles as Buck Vu on Organic Agriculturelike Lev in Our last part 2and like Gray Tull Star Trek: Discovery Uses their conscience.


Liv Hewson (they/they)

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“I’ve only started talking about my gender identity publicly over the past year or so. It wasn’t for any specific reason. I wasn’t quite sure how to do it, I wasn’t quite prepared and it was very gradual. I’m being more expressive with my conscience, that’s Something happens in very small steps. And that’s okay. You know, I understand that and I’m glad it’s something I’m starting to feel more comfortable about now,” the non-duo actor revealed to Gay Star News. According to their Instagram, they exclusively use their own pronouns.


Gerard Way (he/they)

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In 2015, lead vocalist of the band My Chemical Romance, Gerard Way, clarified his conscience in a reply tweet.


Courtney Stodden (they/they)

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In April 2021, Courtney Stodden clarified their pronouns via an Instagram post.


Bob the drag queen (he/she)

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Star RuPaul’s Drag RaceBob the Drag Queen uses pronouns. He confirmed his conscience while replying to a fan on Twitter.


Trisha Paytas (she/them)


Ashneko (she/them)

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According to their official Twitter Page, the singer and musician use their own pronouns.


Kai Storm (they/they)

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The poet, writer, and musician appeared in the performance as a non-binary through an honest message posted on their Instagram page. In an interview with The Guardian, the hip-hop poet and playwright said their exit was “huge” and “a beautiful but hard thing to do publicly”.


Quintessa Swindell (they/she)

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Quintessa Swindell defines gender non-conforming. According to Swindell’s Instagram, their pronouns are listed as he/she.

Hi, I know I’m out already and I like the pronouns I use their/they/them & he/he/his but i was also referring to myself with neopronouns xe/xyr/xim #NationalComingOutDay

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