Miley Cyrus Is “One Of The Biggest Feminists In The World,” According To Miley Cyrus

“I tell women to not be scared of anything.”

Miley Cyrus performing during the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam Nov. 10. Remko De Waal / Reuters

Speaking to BBC Radio 1, Miley Cyrus revealed that she considers herself to be “one of the biggest feminists in the world” because she tells women “not to be scared of anything.” Cyrus added that: “There’s absolutely no contradiction at all between being a feminist and taking your clothes off and being comfortable about displaying your sexuality.”

But then, Cyrus quickly made sure to explain that while she was apparently the biggest feminist in the world, she wasn’t necessarily a feminist.

“It’s not even that I’m a feminist, I’m for anybody and anything. I don’t care what you want to do or who you want to be with in your life, who you want to love, who you want to look like…

“You’ve got about 105 years on this earth and you should be happy every single one of those, there’s no reason to not be. As long as you’re breathing you should find the best in everything.”

Despite everything she says or does sparking some sort of media-storm controversy, Cyrus said that she simply does not care what other people think about her. She explained that she “never worries” if what she gets up to on stage will make her look bad because she knows she’s “a good person.”

Although others like Sinead O’Connor claim that Cyrus is not in control and is allowing herself “to be pimped,” there’s the chance that Cyrus knows exactly what she’s doing:

“Every time you talk about me, you’re bringing more awareness to me and… my record. If you have good songs I think you can wear anything or do anything, just be able to back it up by what you’re doing.”

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