The pansexual singer, Miley Cyrus has referred to herself as “a gender-neutral, sexually fluid person” in an interview with Billboard magazine.
Speaking about her appearance as a judge on The Voice right after the US presidential election, she said she had wanted to change people’s minds about gender. (Pink News)
Cyrus explained that she doesn’t feel like a girl or a boy:
I’m a little bit boyish. But I can also be super femme and dress as a bunny rabbit. Who I’m with has nothing to do with sex – I’m super open, pansexual, that’s just me.”
Singer-songwriter, Brandi Carlile, is enlisting Adele, Dolly Parton, The Indigo Girls, The Avett Brothers, and Pearl Jam to help her raise money for charity.
Carlile’s new album, titled Cover Stories, will feature fourteen different singers covering the queer musician’s original songs. Album sales will benefit War Child UK, whose mission is “to protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children caught up in war.” (Pride)
Newlyweds, Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli, opened up to ET about their lives as a married couple and reflect on filming Wiley’s shocking ‘Orange Is the New Black’ demise.
We went to Italy and stayed there for a little while and gazed into each other’s eyes and had a good time,”
Cara Delevingne took to Instagram for a little self-effacing fun after the MTV Movie & TV Awards show. Amid the glamorous red carpet selfies, the model-turned-actress posted two pictures of herself making goofy faces from the MTV Awards and showed us that she can be an inspiration, even when she’s poking fun at herself (Teen Vogue).
Caitlyn Jenner has responded to criticisms that she doesn’t reflect the experience of most trans people. Asked if she experiences male privilege, Jenner responded “Yeah! I would agree with that.” (Guardian)
Some of the criticism that my community has had is that I’m white, I’ve got money, I’m privileged and all that kind of stuff. I get that. OK? Can’t do much about being white. Kind of born that way. Privileged? Yeah. I’ve worked hard all my life. I’ve tried to be as smart as I can and yeah, I’ve been successful from that standpoint. And I’m not going to apologise for that.”
A grade one teacher has gone on TV to tell a story about lesbians and cannibals, and it is incredible.