Of course, this is not new information.
Van Ness was proud to blur the boundaries of sex with his clothes and style before he and the rest of the Fab Five became breakout stars thanks to their Netflix show.
Van Ness, who confirmed to Out that he still prefers male pronouns, said he only recently noticed that there was a term that reflected his embrace of female fashion.
"I did not think I should not be compliant or gender or not binary, I was always just like a gay man, because that's just the label that I thought I had to be," said he.
He added, "On some days I feel like a man, but on other days I feel like a woman, I do not really know ̵
Van Ness is currently promoting a new partnership with nail polish company Essie, for which he is the first non-female speaker.