In a recent interview, Miley talked about her past relationships, sexuality and her new role as an advocate for people across the gender spectrum. And she also launches a new campaign "#InstaPride" with #InstaPride to honor transgender people.
The way Miley Cyrus talk’s about how America is obsessed with sex is so casual that talking with her about this matter doesn’t seem to make anyone uncomfortable. Miley is currently embarked on a new mission which is to teach America that there is more to gender than deciding someone is a girl or boy in the delivery room and support people across the gender spectrum.
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Miley believes that she is a part of those people who do not feel that they fit in the traditional norms and practices. She also stated that she does not like the labels boy or girl and she thinks that she is just equal. Miley is currently running a campaign which is in collaboration with Instagram youth through her non-profit organization, Happy Hippie that is helping the homeless and LGBT youth.
“I spent so much of my life uncomfortable with who I was and afraid to move because I didn’t want to stand out any more than I already did. This last year as I’ve been transitioning, there’ve been a lot of moments when I truly felt free to be myself: the moment I woke up from top surgery, the day the bandages came off, my first shot of testosterone. Sometimes, I’ll be out in public with my family or just hanging around with friends, and I remember that I’m no longer having to hide anything about who I am. I’m not afraid to move anymore and I know who I am. Everything about me right now is exactly as it should be.” - @isupersheng #happyhippiepresents #instapride @happyhippiefdn
Cyrus also revealed that in Nashville she was the one to whom all the sexually curious girls came to and these girls always wanted to experiment. She explains why she sometimes wears revealing clothes and that she knows that the critics will write awful things about her because she has her “tits out” as Miley herself puts it. However she maintained that she does this in order to challenge people and she uses it as a power stance.
While talking about transgender she was of the opinion that everyone has the right to be whatever they want to be and people being people will make everyone something. Miley also talked about her experiences as a young star in an interview with Time.
Miley who was the star of the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana had been victimized at the age of 15 when a picture of her with her back exposed was seen. Miley explained that at that time she was young and so she had been embarrassed and apologized for such an act.
The Hannah Montana star also recalled one episode in which she was asked to take off her braces immediately because they did not look good at her. She stated that if this was now I would have never taken them off because in real life children of the age 15 do have braces and the kids who have braces should know it is okay to have them. However she said she was young then and did not understand such things.
Well now the Hannah Montana star is 22 and she doesn’t care about anyone or what others think. Her critics have stated that Miley Cyrus is only open-minded about those people that like her.
However Miley responded to this by explaining that Happy Hippie is all about accepting others. She also said that critics will always be there and no one needs to be afraid of them rather one should face them.
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Miley Cyrus' Instagram campaign for LGBT people termed #InstaPride that will help highlighting the issues of transgender youth. Transgender people can share their stories through this campaign. 22-year-old pop star has posted several pictures of her to support #InstaPride campaign on her instagram. See these below:
This is Leo (@isupersheng), a 19-year-old college student from Michigan. He shares about his own identity, experiences and hopes saying: “I have a lot of different identities. I’m a writer, a filmmaker in the works, a sometimes photographer, a good public-speaker, a social media junkie, a Gleek, a feminist, an activist a movie buff, a dutiful Netflix fan. The list goes on and on. As for my gender, I identify as a trans man.” #happyhippiepresents #instapride @happyhippiefdn
I’m launching #InstaPride today, in partnership with @Instagram, to share stories of transgender and gender expansive people from around the country. Over the next 2 weeks, you’ll meet them and the people in their lives who support them, as we highlight their stories of resilience #happyhippiepresents @happyhippiefdn