Miley Cyrus Doesn't Like Labels: 'I Am Ready to Love Anyone'

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Miley Cyrus doesn't like labels, especially when it comes to her sexuality.

During a Facebook Q&A on Wednesday the Bangerz singer was asked, "What's your sexuality?"

The 22-year-old pop star answered with the progressive, candid thoughtfulness she's known for, saying, "I never want to label myself! I am ready to love anyone that loves me for who I am! I am open!"

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Recently, in an interview with the AP, Cyrus opened up about her dating history saying that not all of her past relationships have been "straight, heterosexual" partnerships, although the singer did not elaborate on which relationships she was referring to.

Cyrus' most recent public relationship was with actor Patrick Schwarzenegger, although the two recently split after dating for almost half a year. Previously the singer was involved in high-profile relationships with actor Liam Hemsworth and, years earlier, Nick Jonas.

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Cyrus has long been an advocate for LGBT causes. She actively participated in the NOH8 marriage equality campaign, and recently spoke out in support of Bruce Jenner after his recent interview with Diane Sawyer.

On Tuesday, Cyrus also launched her charity, the Happy Hippy Foundation. The organization seeks to "rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations," according to the foundation's website.

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To raise funds and awareness for the charity, Cyrus is releasing The Backyard Sessions, a series of music video collaborations featuring artists such as Ariana Grande and Joan Jett. Cyrus’ duet with Jett was the first to hit the organization’s facebook page on Tuesday, to celebrate the foundation’s launch.

The singer has long been an activist for many causes, but has taken heat for her controversial social media posts and sexually charged stage performances. In January, the "Wrecking Ball" singer opened up about her 'crazy' Instagrams and her critics. Check out the video below to hear more from singer's candid interview.

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