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.”
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