Miley Cyrus just can’t keep her clothes on. The free spirit has posed naked for two separate magazines out this week.
“We never were inside, and we never wore shoes,” Cyrus told W Magazine. “I think it’s why I like wearing no clothes so much and I’m always naked.”
Cyrus was barely recognizable in her spread for W Magazine. The cover showed Cyrus wearing nothing but a very lucky pillow. Inside she slipped on a retro looking leather jumpsuit with an ever so slight nip slip. Her platinum blonde bob and come hither look in her eyes gave her the appearance of super model but don’t expect her to conform to conventions about beauty.
“I just don’t get what half the girls are wearing,” Cyrus said. “Everyone to me seems like Vanna White. I’m trying to tell girls, like, ‘Fuck that. You don’t have to wear makeup. You don’t have to have long blonde hair and big titties. That’s not what it’s about. It’s, like, personal style.’ I like that I’m associated with sexuality and the kind of punk-rock shit where we just don’t care. Like Madonna or Blondie or Joan Jett—Jett’s the one that I still get a little shaky around. She did what I did in such a crazier way. I mean, girls then weren’t supposed to wear leather pants and, like, fucking rock out. And she did.”
The singer also addressed the controversy regarding Hollis Jane, the little person who dressed as a teddy bear in Cyrus’s VMA performance. Jane later complained that she was treated like a prop but her replacement, Brittney Guzman, says Cyrus is naturally touchy-feely and will grab her boobs on or off stage!
“I don’t give a shit,” Cyrus added. “I’m not Disney, where they have, like, an Asian girl, a black girl, and a white girl, to be politically correct.”
Cyrus said she’s finding dating difficult after recently breaking up with long-time boyfriend, Liam Hemsworth. She accused guys of watching too much porn but said that girls are just as bad. They obsess over the unrealistic leading men in romance movies.
“You don’t have to do that to me!” she stressed. “You don’t have to take me on trips! I literally just want to chill here!”
Cyrus rocked the shaved head look as a redhead in her spread for Love Magazine. The sides of her head weren’t the only things that were exposed. Star shaped pasties were all that covered her breasts.
“What’s so crazy to me, and this is nuts, is that sexuality is still so offensive,” Cryus said. “Kids need to know about sexuality. Girls need to be comfortable in that. You know, people laugh and think it’s funny that I said I’m a big feminist, but what about me isn’t? I tell girls, be who you are. Do whatever the fuck you want.”
Cyrus says the constant criticism about her has less to do with what she does than how she does it.
“I’m also doing it in this less glamorous version of what people think sexy should be,” she explained. “I’ll be in a thong, but it’s not going to be the Victoria’s Secret thong with my hair down to here and a face full of make-up on.”
She’s been expressing her overt brand of sexuality since high school when dressed up as dressed as goddess Aphrodite for lesson in Greek mythology.
“I’m the queen of sex! I love having kids, babies, babies babies” yelled an underage Cyrus wrapped in a towel before being hauled off to the principal’s office.
Channeling Mark Twain, she advised kids to follow her example and get in lots of trouble so that they don’t have any regrets.
“You’re not going to remember the time you sat in class not writing that note to your friend you wanted to write,” she insists. “You’re going to remember the time you got in trouble for writing the note to your friend.”