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Raven-Symoné and Miley Cyrus are both into guys and girls – but both don’t want to be called bisexual

Raven-Symoné and Miley Cyrus now have more in common that being one-time Disney Channel stars.

The former That’s So Raven and Hannah Montana stars have both publicly acknowledged that they have had relationships with women.

They also both don’t want to be labeled as bisexual.

‘Miley, I agree, we should not be labeled because it creates tension between people and you feel like you can look down, like that’s this type of person and this is how I should feel about you,’ Raven-Symoné said Monday while co-hosting ABC’s The View.

Back in October, the former Cheetah Girls star told Oprah Winfrey: ‘I don’t want to be labeled gay. I want to be labeled a human who loves humans. I’m tired of being labeled.’

She indicated that she was always attracted to both females and males: ‘I knew when I was 12 – I was looking at everything.’

Last week, Cyrus told Time magazine: ‘There are times in my life where I’ve had boyfriends or girlfriends.’

But don’t call her bisexual.

‘I’m not hiding my sexuality. For me, I don’t want to label myself as anything,’ she says. ‘We love putting people in categories, but what I like sexually isn’t going to label me as a person.’

FILE UNDER: Bisexual


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3 Remarks

  1. What’s wrong with being labeled bisexual, or gay, or straight or transgendered or questioning?

  2. I don’t call them anything. So over Miley.

  3. May 12th, 2015 at 9:49 am
    K. Martinez says:

    @FAEN – There’s nothing’s wrong with it. While I’m not a fan of labels, I have no problem with someone referring to me as a gay man. I’m proud of it. It’s not all that I am but it’s an important integral part of it. These two are probably just playing the hip and edgy game to be more marketable.

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