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G Flip shares adorable conversation between kids explaining what non-binary means

G-Flip, the musician, shared a heartwarming viral video where two Australian children explain non-binary identity with remarkable understanding.

G Flip shares adorable conversation between kids explaining what non-binary means
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @gflipmusic

G-Flip, the talented musician and songwriter, recently delightedly shared a heartwarming video on their social media platform. In the video, two remarkable Australian children eloquently and beautifully articulate the meaning of non-binary, showcasing their understanding and acceptance of G-Flip's gender identity. In a TikTok stitch posted on the singer's TikTok profile, they show themselves responding to two Australian kids discussing G-Flip's gender identity.

Image Source: TikTok/ @gflipmusic
Image Source: TikTok/ @gflipmusic

In the video, siblings can be heard conversing in the car while their mom is recording them. The girl named Violet says, "She is a really good drummer," referring to G-Flip. The other child, Levi, quickly corrects her and tells her the right terms to teach his sister pronouns, reported PEOPLE.

Levi explains to Violet, "She's not — it's not — a she or a he, she's non-binary — well they're non-binary." Violet then asks him what non-binary means and he confidently gives her a response as their mother smiles, listening to their conversation. "It's when someone feels like they're a — they're not a girl or a boy," he tells her before saying it in his own words. "Or sometimes they feel like they're a boy and a girl, so they're both." This time Violet gets what her brother is trying to tell her and immediately corrects her initiative sense, "They're a good drummer." Levi cheerfully says, "That's more like it!" 

Image Source: TikTok/ @gflipmusic
Image Source: TikTok/ @gflipmusic

Throughout the video, G-Flip can be seen laughing, listening to the children and also applauding their understanding of gender identity that even adults fail to comprehend. The video has an overlay text which reads, "If kids understand it, then so can adults."

The video went viral and received about 2 million views and 309k likes. It is captioned, "Most mornings, I wake up to hurtful messages and comments about my gender identity, but today, I woke up to this. I cannot stop crying. This is so unbelievably beautiful. Well done Levi & Violet and exceptional parenting."

Image Source: TikTok/ @Gflipmusic
Image Source: TikTok/@gflipmusic

People just loved the conversation between these two siblings and applauded their good upbringing. @sassy_and_smartassy commented, "I love that the adult stayed quiet and let them talk about it! This makes my heart happy." @bluebird75 wrote, "As a mum to a non-binary legend I LOVE this so much. I have sent it to them as they struggle at times." @_rachelbarbara pointed out, "This literally just shows that hate is taught! Letting the children have their conversation and education allows acceptance, so sweet." @calamitousthoughts expressed, "Kids get it so easily, adults choose not to. I’m so hopeful for the future."


G-Flip recently married Chrishell Stause after her for a year. Stause posted an Instagram reel on May 10, 2023, with clips of them enjoying time together. At the end of the video, there was a picture of them getting married. It is captioned, "Love doesn't always go as planned. Sometimes it's immeasurably better."


The two first met on Halloween in 2021, while Stause was dating her co-star from "Selling Sunset," Jason Oppenheim and G-Flip was also in a relationship, according to PEOPLE. In May 2022, Stause confirmed her relationship with G-Flip. During the reunion episode of "Selling Sunset." "I recently have been spending a lot of time with someone that's very important to me. Their name is G Flip. They're non-binary, so they go by they/them," she said during the episode. "And they are an extremely talented musician."

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