To use the words of Miley Cyrus: “We can kiss who we want / We can screw who we want.”
At 29 years old, the Grammy-nominated singer has already proved she’s one of the world’s most powerful LGBTQ+ activists, using her platform and lyrics to advocate for equality and acceptance. We cannot stop admiring her incredible journey. Hannah MontanaStar to the proud and out pansexual icon she is today.
Miley performed popular songs in celebration of Pride Month, June. Cher, Madonna, The Pretenders, George Michael, ABBA and more during Peacock’s Miley Cyrus Presents Stand by You Miley teased this on Twitter: “I’ve got a lot of guests. A lot of #Pride. AND A LOT OF WARDROBE CHANGES.”It’s clear that it will be a huge party in the U.S.A.
Fans are aware that this is not her first celebration of the queer community. She was openly identified as pansexual in 2005 and has been advocating for equality for many years.