‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Actress Lily Gladstone Opens Up About the Impact of Preferred Pronouns
Lily Gladstone, the star of Assassins of the Flower Moon, talked about how she decolonized gender through she/them pronouns.
in a talk with Peoplethe Indigenous star said: “Using my pronoun is partly a way of decolonizing gender for me.”
The actress explained that her pronouns are “accepting that when I’m in a group of women, I know I’m a little different. When I’m in a group of men, I don’t feel like a man. I don’t feel [masculine] absolutely. “I probably feel more feminine when I’m with other men.”
“In the ceremony, many times sitting in a circle is a gender issue,” she continued.
“I happen to sit in circles that are very encompassing of all of our people. And I’ve seen people change where they sit in the circle based on how they’re feeling that day.”