She’s Lost It=> Miley Cyrus: “I Feel Genderless, I Feel Ageless”

In an interview with Ross King on ITV’s U.K show Lorraine; Miley Cyrus stands by her bizarre social justice persona, claiming that in real life (she) feels “ageless and genderless”. She wants people to know that she doesn’t let labels define who she is as a person. Absolutely delusional.

It is difficult to make sense of some of the quotes from the interview. Most of her ramblings sound like familiar social justice whining heard on college campuses like UC Berkley:

“I think I’m weird because I feel like everything and nothing all at once. I think I feel genderless, I feel ageless,”

“I’m just a spirit soul — not even divided by human being or I treat the animals the same or hopefully treat the planet with as much respect as possible.”

“There’s no us and them. There’s no me and you. I feel like I want to be everything and I want to be also kind of nothing,”


More on Miley Cyrus’ political attempts from Breitbart:

The 24-year-old “Wrecking Ball” singer — who described herself as “pansexual” in a prior interview — said last month that she has matured beyond her “Dead Petz phase,” a reference to her 2015 album, Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz, for which Cyrus toured and sang on stage while wearing a unicorn outfit and a fake penis.

Cyrus also recently told Billboard that she quit smoking marijuana in preparation for the release of her latest album, which is currently untitled and is due out later this year.

The child star-turned-global celebrity went door-to-door for Democrat Hillary Clinton during the election, but congratulated Donald Trump on his unprecedented victory an a viral Facebook video.”

Miley Cyrus’ emotional breakdown after the 2016 election:




Miley Cyrus represents an entire generation that rejects reality. A generation that cares more about what they are than who they are.

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