Miley Cyrus Got Super Real About How It Feels To Be Queer & Married To Liam Hemsworth

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Miley Cyrus Got Totally Real About Her Queer and Married to Liam Hemsworth Experience

Miley Cyrus said “I do” to Liam Hemsworth, fulfilling all of my youthful fantasies, almost two months ago. We now have fresh insight into the workings of what Miley Cyrus calls to the magazine as their “New Age” marriage thanks to her remarks on being gay in a hetero relationship in a recent interview with Vanity Fair.

“I think the reason we got married isn’t old fashioned — I actually think it’s kind of New Age,” she told Vanity Fair. “The reason that people get married sometimes can be old fashioned.” “We’re redefining, to be f*cking honest, what it looks like for someone who is a queer person like myself to be in a hetero relationship.”

Being a queer person makes me proud and who I am in large measure. People fall in love with people, not gender, not appearance, not anything else, she said. “Right now, what I’m in love with is practically spiritual. Nothing about sexuality is involved. In the current generation, relationships and partnerships, I don’t think they have much to do with gender or sexuality. Gender and sex are really very minor, practically meaningless components of relationships.”


Before her interview, Cyrus penned a statement that was published with the Vanity Fair story in order to provide background information for what she herself calls her “very complex” life:

Redefining what a relationship in this generation looks like has inspired me, as someone who takes such joy in originality and independence and as a proud part of the LGBTQ+ community. Partnership and sexuality are two very different things. I straightened my hair and wore a dress on my wedding day because I felt like it, but that doesn’t make me an immediate “polite hetero lady.” PS: Straight ladies are terrible as well.)
The chat makes one thing very evident: Cyrus genuinely likes Hemsworth. Whether he was a man or a woman wouldn’t matter in the end since what makes her love him is how he makes her feel.


“My home is my relationship, which is very special to me,” she said. “I feel less lost when we are in the same room, wherever that may be, but my uniqueness doesn’t have to radically change just because something in my relationship does. What Liam and I experienced together transformed us both. I doubt if we would have been prepared to take this step or ever have gotten married without losing Malibu. Still, it seemed appropriate, so I follow my gut. Since nobody can guarantee the day after tomorrow, or the one after that, I make an effort to live “in the now.”

Actually, Cyrus’s relationship with Hemsworth was severely impacted by losing their Malibu house. It’s like glue, she said to Vanity Fair, “when you experience what we experienced together with someone. “There are just the two of you who understand.”


“To lose ‘everything’ at that time — materially, since no lives of people I know and love were lost — Liam and I have also found a new bond underneath all that rubble,” she said in her pre-interview statement. “After a natural disaster, the anguish you feel is genuinely unlike any other loss. Not more, just different.”

That being stated, nothing about their ten-year relationship has changed because they were married to Hemsworth. She said, “zero percent different,” when asked if being married has changed her feelings. Goodness.

Cheers to these just married people effectively transforming our perception of marriage!

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