Miley Cyrus opens up about body dysmorphia


It’s only been four years since Miley Cyrus last appeared in the Disney series Hannah Montana, but a lot has changed since then. She’s waved goodbye to her perfectly moulded butter-wouldn’t-melt image via a foam finger, come out as gender fluid and launched an LGBTQ homeless charity with Joan Jett. She’s also been outspoken about the problems of the industry she was born into, from sticking a middle finger up to traditional beauty ideals by growing her armpit hair and dying it pink, to questioning why people think images of her boobs are more offensive than the use of violence and guns in music videos.