Cyrus, wearing a yellow jumpsuit that hugs no curves and shows little skin, is talking about how she’s been sexually open for years and felt androgynous long before she heard the phrase .
She says she was the person other sexually curious teenage girls came to in Nashville: “They all wanted to experiment.
In an interview with Australia’s Sunday Style last month, he gushed about growing up on Vegemite with his brothers, Luke and Chris Hemsworth.
She darts from memories of football games in Nashville to pop star etiquette to how America is obsessed with sex—all so quickly that some words are hard to distinguish. It’s literally just how I feel,” Cyrus says during a break from taking pictures for Happy Hippie Presents #Insta Pride in Los Angeles last month.
(Except the profanity, which she uses at roughly the same rate teens use emoji.) Occasionally she slows, camping up her light Nashville drawl to mock the conservative politicians who are at odds with her new social-justice mission: teaching America that there’s more to gender than deciding someone is a girl or boy in the delivery room—and supporting people across the gender spectrum. The campaign is a collaboration between Happy Hippie—her non-profit dedicated to helping homeless and LGBT youth—and Instagram, aimed at spreading positive images of gender-nonconforming people and the families who love them.
Miley Cyrus got a new tattoo over the weekend in honor of her fiancé Liam Hemsworth’s favorite Aussie snack, Vegemite.
The “We Can’t Stop” singer, 23, enlisted Los Angeles–based tattoo artist Doctor Woo for the tiny tat, which she got on the back of her left arm.“@mileycyrus don’t play when it comes to #vegemite,” the artist captioned a black-and-white photo of Cyrus’ new ink on his Instagram account on Saturday, July 9.I was always the one.” Now, when she does arrive somewhere wearing little but pasties and butterfly wings, she knows there will be critics who shame her for having her “tits out,” as she puts it.