Thursday, 25 May 2017 00:02

Miley Cyrus and Angel Haze talk about their pansexuality

Written by  E-Li

 

Miley Cyrus and Angel Haze talk about their pansexuality on the occasion of the release of new songs.

The singer Miley Cyrus has announced the release of her new album. While waiting for this seventh album, the singer gave an interview to the musical magazine Billboard in which she reveals she has reached maturity and that this new album will be more engaged, more feminist and political. And she also tackled about her pansexuality:

"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," she said.

She also hopes that she brought some love and showed a positive image by being part of the jury of The Voice, especially after the election of Trump.

"By sitting there after the election in head-to-toe pink, while on the inside being a gender-neutral, sexually fluid person, hopefully, that was saying something. I needed some sparkle in my life, to make me able to deal. Radiating love is something that is important to me --hopefully, that is being political," Cyrus explains.

As for singer Angel Haze, she is also back with a new song titled "Resurrection" after several years of absence. She also talked about her pansexuality with the same magazine and spoke about her difficulties in understanding her sexual orientation.

"Oh my god, that s–t is crazy because it still exists in my day-to-day life—knowing what Christians or the world may perceive as wrong, is a part of me. I fight myself sometimes on whether or not I just want to be straight, or just be f–king gay so that I can get it all over with. It’s a push and a pull, definitely," she said.

"When I was young because I didn’t understand what was going on. I didn’t understand that I could be attracted to men and women at the same time. I went through a lot of s–t. It really takes a toll on you. I have a lot of fans who are lesbian and gay, or even just queer in general. Everybody needs to have patience with themselves. At the end of the day, all of our opinions are informed by the pressures of other people."