“I presume no one has asked them directly to make that change, so perhaps this is the right moment,” Dillon, who is nonbinary, tells The New York Times. “What are the first steps that need to be taken to make that change? Call me. Email me. Let’s get it done.” But a spokesperson for the Television Academy said while the group “celebrates inclusiveness,” it has no plans to make that change. The Brit Awards, the Grammys and MTV VMAs have already gone gender neutral. "Yet with the major acting awards — the Oscars, Baftas, Tonys and Emmys — there are no signs that gendered categories are going anywhere," says Cara Buckley. "Even though more artists are identifying as nonbinary, and theater awards in Canada and several American cities have done away with gendered prizes, there seems to be scant momentum in the bigger awards organizations to make the switch."