Celebs You Had No Idea Use Rolling Gender Pronouns Like Elliot Page

Many Hollywood celebrities, like Elliot Page and Kehlani, have started to use rolling pronouns. For those who do not know, people who use multiple pronouns or as many say, ‘rolling pronouns’, or it can also shift over time, might use them like ze, they, he, and her. A few prefer to keep on alternating consistently between various sets of pronouns, for instance: “She went to the house to get their dog.”

Others might also want to be referred to as some set of pronouns on a single day and another on the next day. People using these rolling pronouns are either nonbinary or trans, while some are not. For those who use a single set of pronouns, it’s significant to ask about the preference of the person and to not make any sort of assumptions about one’s sexuality, simply based on their appearance.

Here are some open celebrities who have been quite vocal:

Elliot Page – he/they

Elliot Page
Elliot Page

Juno and Umbrella Academy star Elliot Page came out as transgender two years back, revealing that he uses he/they pronouns.

He even wrote an Open Letter to Twitter where Page talked about anti-trans bills across the United States and the violence against black trans women. Ever since Page has continued to speak openly about his gender journey and advocate for trans rights.

Kehlani – she/they

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Kehlani performs during the Governors Ball 2021

LGBTQ+ icon and popular singer Kehlani announced that she’s a lesbian last year on an Instagram live.

Kehlani has been quite open about her queerness throughout her entire career and later changed their social media bio pronouns to she/they.

Sara Ramirez – she/they

Sara Ramirez
Sara Ramirez attends the WorldPride Opening Ceremony Benefit Concert

Sara Ramirez, popular for their queer roles on Madam Secretary and Grey’s Anatomy came out of the closet as nonbinary in 2020, stating that they use she/they pronouns. They have also been quite a vocal advocate for trans youth both online.

Halsey – she/they


Halsey, who is openly bisexual, changed it on their Twitter and Instagram bios to they/she in May. The singer explained further and thanked fans via Instagram stories.

“For those asking re: my updated IG bio, I am happy with either pronouns,” Halsey wrote. “The inclusion of ‘they’ in addition to ‘she’ feels most authentic to me. If you know me at all, you know what it means to me to express this outwardly. Thanks for being the best.”

Johnathan Van Ness – she/they/he

Johnathan Van Ness
Johnathan Van Ness

The co-host for Queer Eye, Johnathan Van Ness came out as nonbinary three years back – 2019.

“The older I get, the more I think that I’m nonbinary – I’m gender nonconforming,” Van Ness said in an interview with Out magazine. “Like, some days I feel like a man, but then other days I feel like a woman.”

Their Twitter bio currently reads, “they/he/she”.

Source: Twitter

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