Eddie Izzard has recently made an important announcement, stating that she will now be using the pronouns she/her...

The news comes after Izzard appeared on a show called Portrait Artist Of The Year.

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That's where she made the special announcement about the way she chooses to identify.

It comes as no shock that we're living in the era of gender fluidity.

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Long gone are the days where there were simply 2 genders - Now, people can identify with up to one-hundred different genders or no gender at all.

More and more people are identifying as gender-neutral...

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Or "non-binary," in other terms.

Just to break it down for you...

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People use the term “non-binary" to describe genders that don’t fall into 1 of the 2 more traditional categories or "binaries" of male or female.

While some non-binary individuals identify as either having a gender which is in-between the 2 categories "man" and "woman"...

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Others can fluctuate, or have no gender, either permanently or some of the time.

But respecting people's pronouns is a big deal.

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Often, people see their pronouns as a massive part of their identity, so in turn, we should all respect the terms that they wish to be identified by...

And yes, sometimes they may not "match" with how we've been taught.

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As the concept of gender gets more fluid, we're seeing a drastic shift in the way people want to identify, and in 2020, we have never been more open about the change.

And as an outcome of this, people are finding the confidence to open up.

We recently saw Elliot Page take a big leap and announce that he would be identifying as trans and would like us all to address them via the pronouns he/they.

The news was very well received.

And other celebrities are now being more open about their pronouns too.

Recently, Eddie Izzard made an important announcement.

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You might know Izzard as a stand-up comedian but she is also a political activist who likes to stand out from the crowd.

She embraces every little quirk that makes her unique.

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And recently, she has decided to be more open with us about her pronouns, now going by she/her, so she can be in "girl mode." Keep scrolling to see exactly what she said.

Of course, the news evoked some strong reactions from unempathetic people.

But thankfully, her fans rallied behind her immediately.

The comedian has always been known for her "eccentric" style...

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But she has always been a firm believer in expressing one's self through fashion choices.

During an episode of Sky Arts' Portrait Artist Of The Year, she opened up publicly about her identity...

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"I try to do things that I think are interesting, and this is the first program I’ve asked if I can be she and her. A little transition period," she told Curtis Holder, the artist who was painting her.

She continued:

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"Well, it feels great because people just assume that they just know me from before but I’m gender fluid. I just want to be based in girl mode from now on."

We're 100% behind you, Eddie!

But we'll never forgive you if you don't drop the shade name of your iconic lipstick. We need a little bit of pink in our lives too! Keep scrolling to learn more about Elliot Page, who has recently come out to the world...