Yesterday, Miley Cyrus started up The Happy Hippie Foundation, which helps homeless kids and LGBT youth, and while talking to both AP and Out Magazine about it, she got into telling them about the adventures of her chipmunk cooch and how she doesn’t really label herself as a boy or a girl. Some think she came out as a genderqueer bisexual. If you’ve got an elderly auntie and want to see her mind go places it’s never been before, tell her that Miley Cyrus came out as a genderqueer bisexual and watch as she tries to figure out what that means exactly. Her facial expressions will look just like the ones my abuelita made after my mom told her what the definition of transgender is. My abuelita’s face became a living and breathing ¿QUE? Cat GIF.
Miley Instagrammed the piece of her Out Magazine interview where she says she doesn’t really fit into the stereotype of a chick and she doesn’t really fit into the stereotype of a dude. She added the note: “NOTHING can/will define me! Free to be EVERYTHING!!!” “I knew it! I knew that Miley and Justin Bieber are the same person,” screamed all the tricks who think that the Biebs and the hillbilly chipmunk are one:
When talking to AP, Miley said that she’s not just strictly dickly. Her ham wallet has bumped against other ham wallets.
When Miley Cyrus wears pasties or posts photos of her pink armpits, it’s not to be a provocateur. The 22-year-old says she’s just being herself, and she wants all young people to have that same opportunity.
That’s why she’s launching the Happy Hippie Foundation to help homeless and LGBT youth, adding that not all her past relationships were “straight, heterosexual” ones. Cyrus didn’t elaborate.
Of course, some hos thinks that Miley is just being Miley and by sort of saying she’s genderqueer, she’s really saying, “PAY ATTENTION TO MEEEE.” But I don’t think that. If Miley Cyrus really wanted to get attention for this, she’d throw up a video on Instagram of her getting the words “Genderqueer” and “Bisexual” tattooed into her cooze lips with sparkly tattoo ink. Shit, I’m giving her ideas.