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A popular LGBT magazine has accused singer and left-wing activist Miley Cyrus of “transphobia” and spewing “dangerous” “TERF” “talking points” for comments she made about being partial to female bodies rather than males.
“Girls are way hotter. We know this,” the 28-year-old said during an interview with Sirius XM’s Barstool Radio. “Everyone I think can agree that from ancient times d***s makes wonderful sculptures. Other than that, I’m not as interested. I like d***s as art pieces. And sculptural, I love the shape, I think it looks really good on a table.”
“It’s good if it can just get in and go away, because I don’t want it eyeing me up,” she continued, referring to male genitals. “That’s how I truly feel. I felt really good about saying that.”
“[E]veryone knows that t**s are prettier than b***s,” the “Wrecking Ball” singer said, adding, “That’s what ended up making female relationships make more sense to me.”
Out magazine blasted Cyrus for allegedly trafficking in TERF talking points for correctly implying that only men have male genitals.
TERF, an acronym for “trans-exclusionary radical feminist,” is a derogatory term for feminists who are in any way critical of the progressive gender ideology.
“How Miley Cyrus’ ‘Preference’ Remarks Show Underlying Transphobia,” the title of the Out post reads.
“I wish I could say this news makes me excited and proud to be a woman and a lesbian, but Cyrus’ quote is littered with transphobia,” the LGBT magazine accused. “This kind of gender essentialism was left behind by most of the queer community years ago. Genitals do not equal gender, and Miley should know this.”
“In an age where TERFS are more vocal than they’ve ever been, comments like these reinforce some very dangerous ideas about bodies and gender,” the post continued to scold Cyrus. “Having a gender preference, or even genitalia preference, in who you sleep with is obviously not a problem, but to reduce d***s and b***s to ‘men’s bodies’ contributes to dangerous beliefs about trans women.”
“I don’t think Miley meant to traffic in TERF talking points, but the fact is that she did — and she should know better,” Out said. “The stakes are too high for someone with as big of a spotlight as her to be accidentally spreading this sort of rhetoric. Miley I love you, but I’m going to need you to make this right.”
Out also noted that Cyrus was in “hot water” back in 2019 for suggesting being gay was a “choice.”
“I always thought I had to be gay because I thought that all guys were evil, but it’s not true, there are good people out there that just happen to have d***s,” Cyrus said. She later apologized, the magazine noted.