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    36 Famous People Who Use Pronouns Other Than 'She/Her' And 'He/Him'

    Gender is a social construct.

    Pronouns can be an integral part of a person's identity, how they feel about themselves, and more. Experimenting and playing around with pronouns to see what best describes the human you are can be a very rewarding experience. Here are 36 celebrities who use pronouns that are different from the binary ones of "she" and "he."

    PS: Not all nonbinary people use gender-neutral pronouns, and not everyone who uses gender-neutral pronouns is nonbinary.

    1. Demi Lovato (they/them)

    Demi looking at the cameraJ

    2. Ezra Miller (they/it/ze)

    Ezra Miller attends the after show party for the Alexander McQueen SS22 Womenswear Show at The Standard on October 12, 2021 in London, England

    3. Janelle Monáe (she/they)

    Janelle at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party

    4. Ruby Rose (they/she)

    Ruby Rose at "The Kelly Clarkson Show"

    5. Sam Smith (they/them)

    Sam Smith singing

    6. Ben Levi Ross (they/he)

    Ben Levi Ross poses at the New York Premiere of A Netflix film "Tick, Tick...Boom!" at The Schoenfeld Theatre

    7. Elliot Page (he/they)

    Elliot Page in a tuxedo smiling at the camera

    8. Brigette Lundy-Paine (they/them)

    Brigette Lundy-Paine walking the ramp

    9. Amandla Stenberg (she/they)

    Amandla in blonde hair and casuals smiling at the camera

    10. Nico Tortorella (they/them)

    Nico Tortorella poses at the Re-Opening Night of "Girl From The North Country" on Broadway

    11. Rain Dove (any pronouns)

    Rain Dove looking at the camera

    12. Halsey (she/they)

    Halsey attends the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards

    13. Asia Kate Dhillon (they/them)

    Asia Kate Dillon attends "MacBeth" Broadway Opening Night at Longacre Theatre

    14. Joey Soloway (they/them)

    Joey Soloway talking to a crowd

    15. Kehlani (she/they)

    Kehlani attends the Los Angeles premiere of "The Harder They Fall" at Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall

    16. Bex Taylor-Klaus (they/them)

    Bex Taylor-Klaus during the 2020 FOX WINTER TCA at the Langham Hotel

    17. Sara Ramirez (they/them)

    ara Ramirez attends HBO Max's "And Just Like That" New York Premiere at Museum of Modern Art

    18. Indya Moore (they/them)

    Indya Moore attends the FX's "Pose" Season 3 New York Premiere

    19. Jonathan Van Ness (she/they/he)

    Jonathan Van Ness attends Featured Session: Jonathan Van Ness & Alok Vaid-Menon during the 2022 SXSW Conference and Festivals at JW Marriott Austin

    20. Emma Corrin (she/they)

    Emma Corrin attends the "The Crown" 73rd Primetime Emmys Celebration at Soho House

    21. Lachlan Watson (they/them)

    22. Alok V Menon (they/them)

    Alok V Menon poses backstage for PatBO during NYFW: The Shows at Le Pavillon

    23. Mae Martin (she/they)

    Mae Martin attends the Writers Guild Of Great Britain Awards at the Royal College Of Physicians

    24. Leo Baker (they/them)

    25. Shea Couleé (she/they)

    Shea Couleé is seen onstage during Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2 presented by Amazon Prime Video

    26. Ian Alexander (they/he)

    Ian Alexander attends the Human Rights Campaign 2022 Greater New York Dinner

    27. Liv Hewson (they/them)

    Liv Hewson attends the Los Angeles premiere of Hulu's Original Film "Crush"

    28. Gerard Way (he/they)

    Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance performs during the Projekt Revolution tour

    @21revengeieros no, was just commenting on the use of they/them as a widely accepted generic neutral pronoun.I have always preferred he/they

    Twitter: @gerardway

    29. Courtney Stodden (they/them)

    Courtney Stodden attends the World Premiere Of "Eating Our Way To Extinction" at Wisdome

    30. Bob the Drag Queen (she/he)

    Bob the Drag Queen attends the "We're Here" Season 2 Premiere at Sony Pictures Studios

    31. Trisha Paytas (she/they)

    32. Ashnikko (she/they)

    Ashnikko performs on stage at the O2 Forum Kentish Town

    33. Kae Tempest (they/them)

    34. Quintessa Swindell (they/he)

    Actor Quintessa Swindell attends Warner Bros. Pictures "The Big Picture" presentation

    35. Arca (she/it/they)

    36. Dua Saleh (they/ze)

    hey I know I’m already out and I love the pronouns that I use they/them/theirs & he/him/his but I’ve also been referring to myself with the neopronouns xe/xyr/xim #NationalComingOutDay

    Twitter: @doitlikedua

    @kengafoster oddly enough I prefer binary pronouns. he/him/his/she/her/hers

    Twitter: @thatonequeen