I don’t feel straight or gay: Miley Cyrus

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Miley Cyrus rekindles her love with Liam Hemsworth.

Miley Cyrus has opened up about not being “put in a box” when it comes to categorizing her sexuality, but if there’s one thing she’s certain about, it’s that she loves love.

The 23-year-old singer and Liam Hemsworth have rekindled their flame, are re-engaged and going stronger than ever, proving that love can indeed conquer all.

In fact, a source tells, “Miley really loves nesting with Liam. She’s loving just being at home with him.”

One thing she’s taken on is a knack for cooking. “She cooks a lot,” a source reveals. “She loves trying out new recipes all the time.”

Miley and Liam were first rumoured to have gotten back together in January, confirming their rekindling and re-engagement a few weeks later.

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Some people found themselves confused about the news regarding Miley’s sexuality, considering she had most previously dated Stella Maxwell.

Thus, the “Wrecking Ball” singer set the record straight in a new interview for Variety’s Power of Women issue.

“My whole life, I didn’t understand my own gender and my own sexuality. I always hated the word ‘bisexual,’ because that’s even putting me in a box. I don’t ever think about someone being a boy or someone being a girl,” she told the publication. “I went to the LGBTQ centre here in L.A., and I started hearing these stories. I saw one human in particular who didn’t identify as male or female.”

She continued, “Looking at them, they were both: beautiful and sexy and tough but vulnerable and feminine but masculine. And I related to that person more than I related to anyone in my life.”

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Miley explained that this person made her realize she, too, is neutral. “Even though I may seem very different, people may not see me as neutral as I feel. But I feel very neutral,” she said.

“I think that was the first gender-neutral person I’d ever met. Once I understood my gender more, which was unassigned, then I understood my sexuality more. I was like, ‘Oh—that’s why I don’t feel straight and I don’t feel gay. It’s because I’m not.'”

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