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‘Atypical’ star comes out as non-binary

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Brigette Lundy-Paine (Photo credit: Molly Matalon)

Another celebrity has joined the growing number of media personalities who have come out as non-binary.

Brigette Lundy-Paine, known for their role on the Netflix series “Atypical, came out as queer last year – but in a heartfelt admission on Instagram earlier this month, she has now officially come out as nonbinary.

Lundy-Paine’s announcement, which accompanied a picture of (presumably) their cat, read:

“I’m nonbinary, always felt a lil bit boy, lil bit girl, lil bit neither,” they said. “Using they/them as of late n it feels right. scary af to come out n been rly putting this off. But I feel I owe it to myself and to all of us who struggle w gender.”

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The “Atypical” performer has dropped this news as their career is starting to expand. They appear in the soon-to-be-released drama, “Bombshell,” a film which is already generating awards buzz. In 2020, they’ll be appearing in the heavily-anticipated comedy “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” the long-awaited third film in the “Bill & Ted” series.

Among the other famous individuals who have come out as nonbinary are Jonathan Van Ness, Theo Germaine, Sam Smith and Jacob Tobia

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PHOTOS: Task Force Gala Kick-Off

National LGBTQ organization holds event in Golden Beach

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National LGBTQ Task Force Executive Director Kierra Johnson, on left, presents a donation to LGBTQ+ Equity Fund members Rebecca Fishman and David Jobin. (Photo by Dale Stine)

The National LGBTQ Task Force held its 2024 National Gala Kick-Off Event at the Loggia Beach Park Pavilion in Golden Beach, Fla. on Tuesday, June 18. Task Force Executive Director Kierra Johnson presented the organization’s annual donation to the LGBTQ+ Equity Fund. Roger Thomson and Jim Tyrrell were the recipients of the Eddy McIntyre Community Service Award.

(Photos by Dale Stine)

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PHOTOS: Frederick Pride

Gov. Wes Moore speaks at annual LGBTQ celebration

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Former Miss Gay Maryland America Maranda Rights entertains at Frederick Pride on Saturday. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The 2024 Frederick Pride Festival was held at Carroll Creek Linear Park in Frederick, Md. on Saturday, June 22. Thousands attended the 11th annual event despite high temperatures. Gov. Wes Moore was among the speakers at the main stage.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: Baltimore Pride in the Park

Annual celebration featured vendors, performers

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(Washington Blade photo by Linus Berggren)

Baltimore Pride in the Park was held at Druid Hill Park on Sunday, June 16.

(Washington Blade photos by Linus Berggren)

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