Singer Halsey has received a lot of support from her fans and followers on social media, ever since she made an addition to her bio, changing her pronouns to ‘she / them’. He made the change sometime last week, prompting millions of his fans to show their unwavering support on social media. Many have congratulated her since.
On Instagram, his bio says: “doing everything, everything at once, always, while I can. ⚔️⚔️⚔️ (she / them) ”. And on Twitter he just added a ‘she / they’.
Some people also noted that just because she added more than one pronoun, she may not necessarily identify as non-binary, as it is a blanket term and she hasn’t openly addressed it, so it won’t be fair to speculate.
– Estonians | they / they (@EsteAssata) March 14, 2021
– Da protagonist (@BEyondDaBliz) March 13, 2021
– Andrew Neumann (@ forevercoffee34) March 13, 2021
halsey has changed pronouns? good for you, i’m proud of you pic.twitter.com/AyID3bEwRR
– hye⁷ 🍊🎹 MINARCA (@imfado) March 13, 2021
Halsey passes by her / them. I have never been so happy to love a person as I love them, they have changed my life.
STREAM BOY WITH LUV FT HALSEY !!!
ps I’m still so in love with this hair … @BTS_twt #ARMY #Halsey #BTS #Army_help #BoyWithLuv #BANGTAN # 아미 예요 # 방탄 소년단 pic.twitter.com/bkrIrHtONX
– defender of char⁷ sope (@sugabubb) March 13, 2021
A report in The independent mentions that according to the LGBT + charity Stonewall, the definition of non-binary is: “A blanket term for people whose gender identity does not sit comfortably with ‘male’ or ‘female’. Non-binary identities are varied and can include people who identify with some aspects of binary identities, while others reject them entirely. “
In an Instagram story that is now unavailable, the 26-year-old singer had issued a statement after all the responses, simply writing, “thank you (sic)” along with a heart emoji.
She had also recently announced that she is pregnant with her first child, with screenwriter and rumored boyfriend Alev Aydin, and has since shared some adorable photos on her Instagram of her progress.
In the recent past, he was an actor Elliot Page, who had come out as transgender, and had shared that their pronouns are ‘he / they’. They had received a lot of support from friends in the industry, such as Ellen DeGeneres and Hugh Jackman, among others.
– Elliot’s Page (@TheElliotPage) December 1, 2020