Miley Cyrus: 'If You Think I Look Like I'm A Lesbian, I'm Not Offended'

Short hair, she don't care.

Say what you want, but Miley Cyrus is brushing off any and all gay rumors after famously chopping off her locks in favor of her now-famous (albeit a little butch) blonde pixie cut.

“Everyone said I was a lesbian [after doing it] but I’m like, ‘Being a lesbian isn’t a bad thing. So if you think I look like I’m a lesbian, I’m not offended. You can call me much worse,'" she says in an interview with Toronto Sun. "I’ve been called much worse. Being a lesbian is a compliment more than what else they call me."

Despite the backlash, Cyrus' risky 'do did pay when she was vindicated and named one of the world's hottest women.

“People think short hair, they think tomboy … and I’ve obviously done the opposite ‘cause when I cut my hair, I did my first Maxim cover where I got No. 1 [in their annual hot list]. And it wasn’t about me being the sexiest. It was about the fans voting," the 20-year-old continues. "But it’s something I loved. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Maxim cover with a girl with short hair."

And if you're still wondering, Cyrus -- though a gay rights advocate -- is straight. The "We Can't Stop" singer is currently engaged to Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth.

 

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  • mikehunt669
    mikehunt669

    Well it is meant as an insult. So I guess you should reformulate it in your mind so when someone says you look gay, it means you look bad! Why would you want to look like a dyke? You were actually kinda hot before the hair.

  • Cameron Armstrong
    Cameron Armstrong

    being a lesbian isn't a bad thing but it isn't a bad thing either if you are offended by people saying you look like a lesbian. I wouldn't want to wear something that makes me look gay

  • thebluenightsky
    thebluenightsky

    Little does Miley know that if she is saying "I've been called worse", she's still essentially saying that being called a lesbian is a bad thing. Being called a lesbian should mean absolutely nothing. In fact, it could be interpreted as a compliment because it might mean that you are breaking the stereotypical form of beauty for a woman. Rethink labels.

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