“You can just be whatever you want to be.”
Outspoken singer Miley Cyrus just revealed how she felt the difference was for her dating men versus women and came to very mature conclusion.
Cyrus told Time Magazine that when dating men, there was an “overly macho energy” that she didn’t like. “That made me feel like I had to be a femme-bot, which I’m not. And then when I was with a girl, I felt like, ‘Oh s—, she’s going to need someone to protect her, so I’m going to need to have this macho energy.’ And that didn’t feel right either.” Cyrus attributes her rejection of gender stereotypes to her parents. Saying that her mother was just as protective and strong as her father.
Openly bisexual and a crusader for LGBT rights, Miley Cyrus has realized it’s less about gender and sexuality than it is about what’s underneath. “F—ing is easy. You can find someone to f— in five seconds,” she said. “We want to find someone we can talk to. And be ourselves with. That’s fairly slim pickings.”
Of course Miley had to kiss a lot of frogs to get to a place where she knows what she wants — depth and meaning. She described her recent Valentine’s Day experience: “All the women in the restaurant were with these older, fat men that had just let themselves go. They were just being drunk bastards. And then the women were sitting there, trying so hard just to look good. And they’re ignoring them the whole time. And I thought, ‘I’m not living like this.’ If I end up in a straight relationship, that’s fine — but I’m not going to be with f—ing slob guys who are watching porn, making all their girls feel ugly.” Cyrus is just 22 and had already learned what so many people never do: Never settle, be comfortable with who you are and respect the one your with. You go, grrl!
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