"Aliens" Might Be Considered An Offensive Term To Extra-Terrestrials, According To Pop Star
The pop star is known as Demi Lovato, a 29-year-old musician, actor, and now UFO advocate. The star has made headlines before and is not afraid to stand their ground for what they believe in. Lovato inspired many when they identified as nongender binary in 2021 and changed their pronouns from she/her to they/them.
Since then, Demi has been on a quest to unravel the truth about ufos, and making mind-blowing realizations. This is all part of their own spiritual journey towards open-mindedness and acceptance.
Lovato Believes ETs Mean No Harm
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Demi Lovato is currently promoting a new documentary named Identified, during which they go on a journey to investigate the truth about UFO sightings.
They believe that making contact can be a peaceful experience if we let it be one. In an interview with PEDESTRIAN.tv, they explained: "I really think that if there was anything out there that would want to do that to us, it would have happened by now." If we want to keep our relationship in good standing, we might need to consider how we refer to them.
But Calling Anyone "Aliens" Could Be Offensive
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Lovato finds that referring to extraterrestrials as "aliens" is derogatory. They explain: "I think that we have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory term for anything. That's why I like to call them E.T.s!"
The desire to eliminate the word "alien" when referring to otherworldly visitors might have something to do with the negative connotation it has taken historically. The word "alien" is used to refer to immigrants or people who came from other countries. This term separated them from everyone else and made them feel dehumanized.
It's An Effort To Make The World A Better Place
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Lovato doesn't mean to sound controversial and told the publication that their upcoming documentary is just to give "an understanding of how much we need to take care of our planet and how much we need to learn how to expand our consciousness."
They hope that the world is ready for acceptance, even of what if we can't necessarily understand it all. Lovato holds on to this hope when they say "I think that the world is becoming a more open place, slowly, but surely, I think that we're making progress. And we're slowly getting there. But, you know, any progress is progress!"
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