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Miley Cyrus Dons Crotch Hat, Elaborates on Bisexual Relationships [NSFW]

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Miley in a crotch hat,

Miley Cyrus left her pig at home for the remainder of her NSFW Paper Magazine shoot, replacing Bubba Sue with multi-colored body paint and her own artwork. The singer discusses the inspiration behind the Happy Hippie Foundation, her vegan diet, and the moment she knew she was bisexual.

Cyrus elaborates on her previously mentioned bisexual relationships, noting that she's had romantic entanglements that have not been brought into the spotlight by the tabloids. She says:

I am literally open to every single thing that is consenting and doesn't involve an animal and everyone is of age. Everything that's legal, I'm down with. Yo, I'm down with any adult–anyone over the age of 18 who is down to love me. I don't relate to being boy or girl, and I don't have to have my partner relate to boy or girl.

When she was 14-years-old, in her Hannah Montana heyday, Miley confessed to her mother that she felt romantically towards women. She told Paper Magazine, "I remember telling her I admire women in a different way. And she asked me what that meant. And I said, I love them. I love them like I love boys." The feature recognizes Miley as one of her generation's "most unlikely" yet "most powerful" social activists, making her the ideal candidate to cover the "Use Your Voice" issue.