Nemo’s Eurovision victory inspires Swiss supporters for nonbinary rights.

Nemo’s win occurred a year and a half after the Swiss government rejected attempts to add a third gender or non-specific option for official records.

Swiss advocates for nonbinary rights hailed local star Nemo’s victory in Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest, urging the country’s authorities to enable official recognition of people who identify as neither male or female.

In a politically-charged night in the Swedish city of Malmo, Nemo, a 24-year-old Swiss musician who uses they/them pronouns, claimed the top spot after dominating the jury section of the vote to beat out the audience favourite, Croatia’s Baby Lasagna



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