Where were you born and where do you live now? I was born in Lowell Massachusetts, and I now live in Townsend Massachusetts.
How would you describe yourself? I usually go with “Queerest of the Queer” 🙂
What do you do for a living / what are you studying in school? I just graduated high school and am going into college with an undeclared major because I’m not quite sure where my life is headed at this point. Otherwise I am a super cute pizza delivery boy.
What do you do in your free time? I like to play a lot of Xbox (Even though I’m not very good) and I seem to have a shopping problem and that ranges all the way from eBay to the mall
Miley was spotted out in New York City today (June 17th) after receiving her Inspirational Award at the amfAR gala last night. Check out Miley wearing some of her colourful clothing and her KEEPITBRIGHT.co.uk customised jacket in our HQ candids in our Photogallery:
A beautiful thing happened in New York City last night. The American Foundation for AIDS Research held its annual Inspiration Gala, this year awarding Andy Cohen and Miley Cyrus with top honors. Along with getting down to an exuberant performance by Mary J. Blige and contributing to the live auction (for which Miley donated a hand-bedazzled collection of Caitlyn Jenner’s “Vanity Fair” covers, signed by Caitlyn herself!), Miley brought the entire room to its feet with a beautiful and moving acceptance speech, using the platform to describe her dedication to the fight against HIV/AIDS and the tenets of her Happy Hippie Foundation.
I was born in the Hunan province of China and now I live near Ann Arbor, Michigan.
How would you describe yourself?
Passionate, funny, creative, determined.
What do you do for a living /what are you studying in school?
I work at my school’s LGBTQ resource center where I facilitate trainings around LGBTQ identities and ways to be a better ally. Right now, I’m hoping to study film. I really want to write and direct movies and television programs. I think it’s such a great medium for storytelling.
What do you do in your free time?
I write. A lot. Like, seriously. I’m not really big on poetry, but I write a lot of short stories, fan fiction, ideas for short films. There are days where I’ll spend hours just typing away, off in my own world. It’s so liberating and so much fun.
Miley Cyrus: ‘You Can Just Be Whatever You Want to Be’
It doesn’t take much to summon a whirlwind of words from Miley Cyrus, who answers every question with a torrent. 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. (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.
Miley Cyrus has gone behind the camera lens to draw attention to issues affecting transgender and non-binary people.
The 22-year-old singer, who recently revealed her bisexuality, has joined forces with popular photo-sharing application, Instagram, to launch a series of portraits focused on the LGBT community.
With each picture set to be taken by the American star over the next two weeks, the series that has been titled #instapride and will raise awareness for the her charity, the Happy Hippie Foundation.
The first person to be featured was 19-year-old Leo Sheng from Michigan, who openly discussed his transition from female to male.
‘I can’t remember the last time I’ve been in a room with so much love, pride and respect for everyone’s journeys,’ he said in a caption. ‘I hope that my portrait can inspire those who have the ability to share their own stories to find their voices.
‘If there’s anything that the last few years have taught me, it’s that living an unapologetic existence is the most freeing thing you can do.’
Meanwhile, Miley – who posed naked alongside her pet pig Bubba Sue for the latest issue of Paper magazine – told the publication earlier this month that considers her own sexuality and gender identification as ‘fluid’.
‘I am literally open to every single thing that is consenting and doesn’t involve an animal and everyone is of age,’ she explained. ‘Everything that’s legal, I’m down with. Yo, I’m down with any adult – anyone over the age of 18 who is down to love me.’
Opening up about her sexuality in the candid interview, the chart-topper noted that because she doesn’t ‘relate to being a boy or a girl’, she doesn’t need her partner relate to being a boy or girl either.
She also recalled being aged 14 when she first told her mother Tish that she ‘admire[s] women in a different way’.
In May, Miley officially announced the launch of the Happy Hippie Foundation, a non-profit she founded, which is dedicated to fighting injustice facing homeless and LGBT youth.
The organization, which Miley discusses in detail in Paper’s ‘Use your voice’ issue, offers kids and teens art and animal therapies as a form of treatment as well as support.
Miley Cyrus is in the midst of making a heated point about animal rights, and she’s getting so worked up about it her cheekbones are jabbing the keypad of the telephone, punctuating our conversation with errant beeps. She’s calling from “the middle of the jungle” — or, more specifically, a tiny island in the Caribbean, where she’s on vacation with her family. “If you could see where I am right now, you would be laughing so hard,” she says. “I feel like I’m in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle, and something is about to zap me into nothingness.”
“I was doing a show two nights ago,” Miley Cyrus tells us in our Summer 2015 cover story, “and I was wearing butterfly nipple pasties and butterfly wings. I’m standing there with my tits out, dressed like a butterfly. How the fuck is that fair? How am I so lucky?”
The story, on newsstands June 22nd, focuses on Miley’s inspiration behind the Happy Hippie Foundation, a nonprofit launched earlier this year to help homeless and LGBT kids. The unapologetic, shit-kicking Miley we know is there, but we see an engaged and compassionate side as well — and a fluid sexual identification that connects her personal life with her social-justice dreams.
For the shoot, we got Miley together with creative director Diane Martel (who directed Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop” video) and photographer Paola Kudacki. In addition to her shoot co-star, pet pig Bubba Sue, there was a glass pyramid, some body paint and very little clothing.
The issue, which we’re calling Use Your Voice, also includes a conversation with Al Gore and Pharrell Williams about Live Earth 2015 and why “Happy” is a revolutionary song; we catch up with Charli XCX, Troye Sivan and Cody Simpson, and Mr. Mickey dines out with Betsey Johnson; we meet three out-and-proud gay country stars, who tell us about living authentically in their famously conservative genre; we dip a toe into the febrile dreamworld of French pop singer Petite Meller; and we celebrate nine living legends — from Quincy Jones to Joan Jett to Dolly Parton — who’ve used their voices to change the world. All this and more in our biggest summer music issue ever.
Come back tomorrow for the full cover story and more absolutely insane photos of Miley.
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