By Charlie Loran • 18 October 2020 • 15:20
SAM Smith has spoken in more detail about recognising as non-binary and a preference to using the pronoun ‘they’.
The singer, 28, was interviewed by The Times this week, revealing that, ‘I have always been non-binary, I have always felt the way I’ve felt, and just hearing other non-binary stories made me suddenly feel seen.’
Sam explained that having body dysmorphia helped them understand their own body.
‘As I started to address that, I started to address my gender and realised that I was holding myself to these ideals of how a man should look. I have girl’s thighs and I have girl breasts too. It started to awaken this conversation that had always been in the back of my mind,’ they said, of ‘coming out’ as non-binary in 2018.
Sam admitted to growing up that way, wearing women’s clothing and make-up to school, with their parents fully aware and fully supportive.
Back in April Sam admitted to freaking out about being single when the coronavirus lockdown started in the UK.
The singer’s last serious relationship was with Brandon in 2018, and the star revealed they immediately turned to dating apps when the restrictions were imposed.
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