‘The Last Of Us’ It premiered on Sunday, August 15, leaving generally good comments from critics. That is why its protagonists have been consulted by the press in recent days, leaving their impressions on the HBO series.
However, one of the many interviews that has had the greatest impact was that of its protagonist, the actress Bella Ramsey, who in a statement with The New York Times, revealed that she would like to be addressed with masculine pronouns.
“I guess my gender has always been very fluid. Someone could call me ‘she’ and I wouldn’t think about it. But if someone addresses me as ‘he,’ it’s kind of exciting,” the rising actress revealed, adding that even when it comes to legal paperwork she prefers to point to the “non-binary” option.
“I am very much just one person. Being gendered is not something I particularly like, but in terms of pronouns, I really couldn’t care less,” she finished.
Many knew Ramsey for his participation in the series Game of Thrones. However, her filmography is more extensive and includes movies like ‘Catherine Called Birdy’, ‘Judy’, ‘Becoming Elizabeth’, among others.
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What does it mean to be non-binary and gender nonfluid?
In an article by the LGBT+ organization, ‘It Gets Better Mexico’the terms non-binary and non-fluid gender are defined as follows:
“Non-binary. Although there is no single definition of what it is to be non-binary, what you need to know is that, in a general way, it describes an identity that is not exclusively feminine or masculine. This means that, for example, a non-binary person could experience their gender in a feminine and masculine way (being able to be between the two, fluctuating between one and the other, or combining aspects of both) or in a way that is completely different. different from masculine and feminine.
Non-binary people can identify as genderfluid, agender (nongender), genderqueer, or any identity that goes beyond binary genders. Here are some of the definitions for these non-binary identities:
agender (agender): are those who do not identify with a specific gender or who consider having an indefinite gender.
Bigender: it is the identity of those who identify with both genders (male and female) simultaneously or who fluctuate between them.
genderfluid): are those that flow between two or more gender identities.
genderqueer): is a term in which all people whose identities are non-binary can be grouped”.