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'''Rebecca Sugar''' (born July 9, 1987) is an American writer, songwriter, animator, and artist whose work on the cartoon series ''Adventure Time'' and ''Steven Universe'' has earned her six Primetime Emmy Award nominations. In July 2018 she came out as a nonbinary woman, and stated the Gems in ''Steven Universe'' [[Nonbinary gender in fiction|are also nonbinary women]].<ref name="fink">{{Cite web |title=The Mind Behind America’s Most Empathetic Cartoon |last1=Fink |first1=Kathryn |first2=Paige |last2=Osburn |work=1A |date=9 July 2018 |access-date=15 April 2020 |url= https://the1a.org/segments/2018-07-09-the-mind-behind-americas-most-empathetic-cartoon/ }}</ref><ref name="PulliamMoore">{{Cite web |title=Steven Universe's Rebecca Sugar on How She Expresses Her Identity Through the Non-binary Crystal Gems |last=Pulliam-Moore |first=Charles |work=io9 |date=16 July 2018 |access-date=15 April 2020 |url= https://io9.gizmodo.com/steven-universes-rebecca-sugar-on-how-she-expresses-her-1827624015?IR=T }}</ref> Sugar uses the pronouns [[English neutral pronouns#She|she/her]] or [[singular they|they/them]]<ref>https://twitter.com/rebeccasugar?lang=en</ref>.
 
'''Rebecca Sugar''' (born July 9, 1987) is an American writer, songwriter, animator, and artist whose work on the cartoon series ''Adventure Time'' and ''Steven Universe'' has earned her six Primetime Emmy Award nominations. In July 2018 she came out as a nonbinary woman, and stated the Gems in ''Steven Universe'' [[Nonbinary gender in fiction|are also nonbinary women]].<ref name="fink">{{Cite web |title=The Mind Behind America’s Most Empathetic Cartoon |last1=Fink |first1=Kathryn |first2=Paige |last2=Osburn |work=1A |date=9 July 2018 |access-date=15 April 2020 |url= https://the1a.org/segments/2018-07-09-the-mind-behind-americas-most-empathetic-cartoon/ }}</ref><ref name="PulliamMoore">{{Cite web |title=Steven Universe's Rebecca Sugar on How She Expresses Her Identity Through the Non-binary Crystal Gems |last=Pulliam-Moore |first=Charles |work=io9 |date=16 July 2018 |access-date=15 April 2020 |url= https://io9.gizmodo.com/steven-universes-rebecca-sugar-on-how-she-expresses-her-1827624015?IR=T }}</ref> Sugar uses the pronouns [[English neutral pronouns#She|she/her]] or [[singular they|they/them]]<ref>https://twitter.com/rebeccasugar?lang=en</ref>.
   

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Rebecca Sugar
Rebecca Sugar Peabody Awards.jpg
Rebecca at the Peabody Awards in 2019
Date of birth July 9, 1987
Place of birth Silver Spring, Maryland, USA
Nationality American
Pronouns she/her or they/them
Gender identity nonbinary woman
Occupation Writer and animation artist
Known for creating Steven Universe

Rebecca Sugar (born July 9, 1987) is an American writer, songwriter, animator, and artist whose work on the cartoon series Adventure Time and Steven Universe has earned her six Primetime Emmy Award nominations. In July 2018 she came out as a nonbinary woman, and stated the Gems in Steven Universe are also nonbinary women.[1][2] Sugar uses the pronouns she/her or they/them[3].

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References

  1. Fink, Kathryn; Osburn, Paige (9 July 2018). "The Mind Behind America's Most Empathetic Cartoon". 1A. Retrieved 15 April 2020.
  2. Pulliam-Moore, Charles (16 July 2018). "Steven Universe's Rebecca Sugar on How She Expresses Her Identity Through the Non-binary Crystal Gems". io9. Retrieved 15 April 2020.
  3. https://twitter.com/rebeccasugar?lang=en