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Celebrities / LGBT / Politics PopWrapped | Celebrities

Miley Cyrus Gets Serious And Talks Discrimination

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02/12/2014 3:19 pm
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Susan Booth

Staff Writer

Miley Cyrus had some serious points to make when she was recently featured in Vogue Germany. According to Altitude, the young star shared her feelings about equality. The singer had this to say on the matter: “I think a lot about politics. Despite the fact that it’s the 21st century and America is so proud of being a free country, sometimes incomprehensible things happen in our society. There is racism and discrimination. I fight against that. I demand more tolerance, especially for homosexuals, who of course should be allowed to marry.” This isn’t Miley’s first interview where she has discussed equality; she also spoke to Altitude Magazine in 2013: “I still don’t shop at Urban Outfitters because the owner gave a lot of money to [failed Republican Presidential candidate] Rick Santorum, who said if we let gay people get married we may as well let goldfish get married,” said the “Wrecking Ball” singer. Cyrus finished that interview by saying: “It’s 2013, people! I live in a town where it feels like everyone is gay, so it seems like such an old world thing that there are still places where gay people can’t marry.” Cyrus might be better known these days for her twerking and wild performances, but it’s good to know that amongst all those hits, social issues like equality still remain of vital importance to her.

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