Miley Cyrus Talks About Sex on ‘The Conversation’
In a recent interview for ‘The Conversation’ with Amanda de Cadenet, the former child star Miley Cyrus revealed a more mature side and opened up about sex, family and growing up in the eye of the media. Apparently, money and fame don’t always make life easy and celebs too hit bumps on the road and go through the same problems as everyone; fame can even make things a bit more difficult as all ‘fails’ are displayed on paper or online for everyone to see, but according to Miley it’s best not to have regrets or think about ‘what if’ too much as unfortunately going back in time is impossible.
The singer, who appeared at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards donning a super sexy look achieved through a super revealing décolletage and gazelle-like legs, said in the interview that people are still very sexist and look for sexiness but with conditions.
As far as sex goes, Miley wasn’t shy to share her point of view and says that it really makes her sad to see girls base their worth on sex. She said:
“The girls that really base how much they’re worth on the sexual favors that they can do for somebody, that makes me really sad. Because sex actually is really beautiful. It’s the only way that we create, and it’s the only way the world keeps going. It’s ignorant not to talk to your kids about it or make it seem as magical or cool as it actually is..they have a TV, they know what sex is, so everyone knows, so educate them know that they wouldn’t be her without it and it is a beautiful thing and it is magic and it is when you connect with somebody and it isn’t how much you’re worth…Your worth is based on how you feel about yourself.”
From putting on display her views on sex, Miley decided to offer young girls and young women a piece of advice that was given to her by her father and that helped her push through situations that she saw as tragic. Her father’s advice, ‘This too shall pass’ helped Miley deal with heartbreak when she was only 14. She told Amanda that:
“I had my biggest heartbreak when I was 14, even though that sounds crazy because I was 14, but it is. That was what love was to me. I was in love with this person that I though was perfect, and so amazing and so when you get your heart broken that’s all you see: The rest of my life is ruined because he doesn’t love me back…He doesn’t think I’m pretty than I’m not pretty, he doesn’t think I’m worth his time, than I’m not worth anyone’s time…so I think just remember that ‘this too shall pass’ and it’s not the end of the world…You’ve got to keep going, it’s generic but it’s true. It’s a big something to remember.”
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