Miley Cyrus will not ditch her agreed identity after marrying Liam Hemsworth because she wants to "redefine" a relationship beyond sexuality and sex.
Y Wrecking hitmaker, 26, married the Hunger Games Star, 29, in December, has been in an anti-social relationship since 2009.
However, she has often described herself as sex neutral and sexual fluid.
Refusing to have settled for an "old fashion" relationship, instead, Cyrus says she wants to show that people who are complaining can enjoy heterosexual prospects and can fall in love with anyone.
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"The reason that people can get married can sometimes be old fashioned, but I believe that the reason we married is not old – I think I'm a New Age type," she said Vanity Fair magazine.
"We redefine, to be sincere, what he likes to someone who is ashamed as myself to be in a hetero relationship. A large part of Pride and my identity are a complaint person. I preach: People fall in love with people, not sex, it does not look, not anyway. "
Instead, they claim that their love is spiritual and should not be seen through the valuation of sexuality.
"This is in love that exists at almost spiritual level," he added. "He has nothing to do with sexuality.
"Relationships and partnerships in a new generation – I do not think they have as much sexuality or gender. Something really is a small part, and sex is a very small part, which is irrelevant."
In the Vanity Fair the 26-year-old went on to claim that she was "proud" of her LGBTQ + status and had not turned into "polite hetero" because she " wearing a dress on my wedding wife ".
Cyrus and Hemsworth first started in 2012, but the following year was split. After breaking down, he was associated with the model of Stella Maxwell, and Cyrus announced she was "pansexual," but had aligned with her to be in 2016.