Miley Cyrus: 'I don't fit into a stereotypical wife role'

Lawrence Kim
July 12, 2019

Addressing the public perception of their union (the couple Wednesday in a secret, intimate ceremony in Tennessee seven months ago), Cyrus admitted that her "relationship is unique". She believes the term is outdated and wants to stop being known as a wife, rather than as the incredibly talented artist and person she is. She is not just a woman.

In the interview, Miley discussed-and debunked-the long-held assumption that once you're married, your life is basically over.

In the candid chat, Cyrus, who identifies as queer, said: 'I think it's very confusing to people that I'm married. She covered everything from her "unique" marriage to Liam Hemsworth to how her Disney character Hannah Montana made her feel "ridiculous".

Miley Cyrus doesn't think people will ever understand her "complex and modern" relationship with Liam Hemsworth.

"I definitely don't fit into a stereotypical wife role", she quipped, adding, "I don't even like that word".

Away from her romance, she also discussed the Woolsey Fire - a series of wildfires that swept across California a year ago, destroying her and Hemworth's home. I'm in a hetero (sexual) relationship, but I still am very sexually attracted to women. I made a partner decision.

Miley has been open about her sexuality in the past and came out as pansexual to her mother when she was 14.

"At this time of my life, I feel the most powerful I've ever felt", she said. You have guy fans, and they're not going to understand what you mean. I always hated the word 'bisexual, ' because that's even putting me in a box. If you're looking for someone that'll be all that you need, that's never going to be me.' When I first played it for [producer] Mark Ronson, he was like, 'You can't say that. He told her she was "absolutely right", and that he "totally got [her] perspective".

She further explained how parenting expectations often fall along traditional gender lines, as well. If you love yourself, then what?

For her, the opposite is true.

"We've been doing the same thing to the earth that we do to women", Cyrus told the magazine. "We're expected to keep the planet populated, and when that isn't a part of our plan or our goal, there is so much judgment and anger that they try to make and change laws to force it upon you - even if you become pregnant in a violent situation. And its exhausted", she said.

"We're getting handed a piece-of-shit planet, and I refuse to hand that down to my child", she continued. "Until I feel like my kid would live on an earth with fish in the water, Im not bringing in another person to deal with that".

Well, what more can she say?

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