Demi Lovato Reveals That She Identifies Herself As a Pansexual

In a recent interview with InStyle Magazine, Demi Lovato got candid about her sexual orientation. Talking about her mental illness and addiction battles, she even talked about how she considers herself a part of the LGBTQ+ Community. In a podcast called ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’, she told how she feels that she is ‘super fluid’ when it comes to sexuality.

Demi Lovato Reveals

The podcast took place on Saturday, March 27 2021, where she even talked about her documentary ‘Dancing with the Devil.’ She said that she feels grateful that she finally could address all the problems that were swept under the rug and was there for a really long time.

Who is a Pansexual?

Demi Lovato Reveals that she Identifies Herself As A Pansexual

Pansexual is a romantic or sexual attraction towards all kinds of people regardless of what gender they are, or the sexual orientation they have. Pansexual can also be known as Polysexual, queer or heteroflexibility. Celebrities that identify themselves as pansexual are Madison Bailey, kehlani, Brandon Urie, Cara Delevingne, Bella Thorne, Janelle Monáe, and Miley Cyrus. 

Demi is Sexually Fluid

Lovato said, “I don’t know. I’m superfluid presently, and a portion of the reason why I am so liquid is that I was super closeted off. The point came up after Joe inquired on the off chance that Demi saw herself getting hitched and getting to be a mother at a few point.

“At this minute I want children as I am having baby fever for beyond any doubt,” she said, concurring to “I too do not know on the off chance that I’m getting to conclusion up with a fellow, so I can’t truly see myself indeed getting pregnant.”

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Demi Lovato Reveals that she Identifies Herself As A Pansexual

She said talking about her broken engagement with ex-fiancé Max Ehrich. Demi then told, “Definitely, pansexual. [I like] anything, truly.” She included, “I listened somebody called the LGBTQIA+ community the Alphabet mafia … That’s it! That’s what I’m going with. I’m a portion of the Aplhabet mafia and pleased.”

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