Non-binary. It’s a term that refers to anyone who does not sexually identify as exclusively male or female in normal heterosexual meanings of the term. And the term also includes those who do not identify as exclusively homosexual (lesbian or gay).
It’s easy to be confused here. But what should not be confused is this: there are some majorly hot women who do identify as non-binary, and they should not be ignored in this age of tolerance and equality for all gender identities.
Ready to have a look at some hot non-binary women? Here goes…
Demi Lovato came out as non-binary in May 2021, stating that from that point forward she would be using the pronouns they/them. This was all done on an Instagram video in which she said, “Over the past year and a half I’ve been doing some healing and self-reflective work and through this work, I’ve had the revelation that I identify as non-binary…with that said, I’ll officially be changing my pronouns to they/them. I feel that this best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression and allows me to feel most authentic and true to the person I both know I am and still am discovering.”
Singer/actress Monae announced that she is non-binary via Twitter in 2020. Most non-binaries adopt new pronouns but this isn’t the case with her. She did, though, re-tweet a statement from a cartoon character in “Steven Universe ” that said, “I’m not a boy or girl. I’m an experience.”
During an interview with Rolling Stone, she had this to say. “I just don’t see myself as a woman solely…I feel like God is so much bigger than the ‘he’ or the ‘she,’ and if I am from God, I am everything…I just see everything that I am, beyond the binary.
Monae’s dating history includes men and women, she is currently single, but there are rumors of a new female in her life. More recently she has described herself as pansexual.
Sara Ramirez now plays in Sex and the City as that series’ first non-binary character. And it’s an authentic role for her. Aficionados of Grey’s Anatomy know her best as the bisexual Dr. Callie Torres.
They announced that they were non-binary in 2020 and used they/them pronouns. In an interview with People, Ramirez had this to say:
Being non-binary, “isn’t about being married to one hairdo or a way of dressing,” Ramirez says. “It has more to do with your understanding of gender being on a spectrum. A lot of times you don’t feel male or female, other times you feel like both, and times you feel like neither.”
A look at non-binary characters on the screen would not be complete without including those on the trans spectrum.
Goode is the runner-up from season 12 of Rue Paul’s Drag Race. She came out as trans and non-binary via an Instagram video. In that video, she had this to say: “…I decided to begin the process of hormone replacement therapy…I am leaning more toward the non-binary side…I’m just beginning to look a little bit more feminine or born a female. I do identify as a trans, non-binary person, but I prefer she/her pronouns.”
Goode continues to enjoy a career in acting and singing and even received a People’s Choice Award. And let’s face it – she is hot!
Kudos to Gen Z
We live in a great age of openness, tolerance, and commitment to equality on the part of Gen Z, despite the efforts of older generations and some evangelical movements to marginalize all members of the LGBTQ+ community. Some of the more common LGBTQ+ members have found great support on gay and lesbian apps, as well as websites and dating apps that allow them to form communities. For the truly non-binary, though, these resources are fewer in number. The more non-binaries, especially those who enjoy lives on the screen, make their lives transparent, the more they will be seen as people with all of the same goals, aspirations, and freedoms that all humans on this planet should have.