The 23-year-old singer has spoken openly of her first love and the search for her gender identity in an interview with Variety. According to her, she did not understand her own gender and sexuality throughout her life.
She said that she always hated the word bisexual because she felt pigeonholed about the term. She simply did not think about people as a boy or a girl. She was enlightened around the fifth or sixth grade, as a matter of fact, her first relationship was with a girl.
She has learned more about herself in the LMBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community. She met with someone who is not identified as a woman, but neither as a man in the center of the association in Los Angeles and who was both masculine and girly. Such a relationship developed between them that she have not experienced with anyone before.
What is pansexuality?
Pansexuality means more than bisexuality because pansexuals are not only open to same-sex relationships but also can be attracted to people who may not be clearly identified as a man or as a woman.
You may wonder to what extent this may change her relationship with Liam Hemsworth? Remember, Cyrus does not judge people by their gender. The notion of pansexuality also implies the possibility of a woman falling in love with a man.
Let’s now have a look at the top six songs of Miley Cyrus:
6. We Can’t Stop
We Can’t Stop was originally written by Rihanna. This a funky song with a little R & B and pop feeling. Upon its release, We Can not Stop has received mixed reviews, especially in relation to the words and also the production which received as much praise as bad reviews. So far, the song reached number five on the US Billboard Hot 100.
5. Adore You
Adore You is a pop ballad during which Cyrus expressed her affections to her boyfriend, in particular, ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth. 2 days before the release of his clip, Adore You leaked on the YouTube video-sharing site. Upon his release, Adore You received generally positive reviews, complimenting its overall production capacity and voice.
4. 7 things
The song was written for an old boyfriend Nick Jonas, the Jonas Brothers band member. The single was a huge success in the world, mostly in the US, where it went platinum, but in the rest of the world as well.
For a long time, it was the biggest selling single of the star. From the three singles of the album, 7 things are the one which won the most commercial success, and the second that has received the most critical acclaim behind Fly on the wall.
3. The Climb
The climb is the song from Miley Cyrus to have been the most critical success. The song was nominated for the 2009 Grammy Awards in the Best song from a movie category. The song is a power ballad with lyrics that describe life as a difficult but rewarding journey. It is styled as a country pop ballad and was Cyrus’ first solo song to be released to country radio.
2. Who Owns My Heart
Cyrus described it as a “total dance track” with a cool concept. “Who Owns My Heart” was written about the feelings a club’s environment can lead one to believe. Cyrus depicted the club scene to be very sexy, which she thought was primarily achieved by the music playing and intense lighting, and thought that it might trigger fake emotions with the person one is dancing with.
She stated, “If you’re out, dancing at a club, the way the whole vibe is […] Do you actually like the person you’re dancing with or is just the whole ambiance of what’s going on?”
1. Wrecking Ball
This song was a huge success in 2013, mainly due to its video that made the buzz. In this Miley Cyrus appears repeatedly dressed only in Doc Martens, but his private parts are hidden. However, Miley Cyrus adopts suggestive and vulgar positions (including licking a hammer). The clip is thus forbidden to broadcast in more than ten countries.