Miley Cyrus – Pro-Gay and Quitting Twitter

I am really NOT a Miley Cyrus fan!

However, you gotta give her props for being pro-gay!  Despite her own religious views, Miley has taken a very pro-gay stance. (and she likes big black men too!)

Homophobes and Religious got angry when Miley Tweeted“Everyone deserves to love and be loved and most importantly smile.”

“Jesus loves you and your partner and wants you to know how much he cares! That’s like a daddy not loving his lil boy cuz he’s gay and that is wrong and very sad!

“Like I said everyone deserves to be happy.”
“God’s greatest commandment is to love. And judging is not loving.”
“I am a Christian and I love you – gay or not – because you are no different than anyone else! We are all God’s children.”

Miley got all kinds of hate mail and hate tweets and the powerful Right Wingers threatened to boycott her. So she is done. She has quit Twitter and permanently deleted her account.



The ‘tween queen once had close to a million followers on her Twitter account, but she left her micro-blogging empire behind, saying it was silly and she other things to focus on.




Cyrus admitted she was once the kind of Twitter addict she now pities.

“So I was that person who was, like, ‘I’m so sad. I have no real, normal life, everyone knows what I’m doing.’ And I’m, like, well, that’s my own fault because I’m telling everyone,” Cyrus said. “And then I’d tweet, ‘I’m here,’ and I’d wonder why a thousand fans are outside the restaurant. Well, hello, I just told them. So I’m just, like, kind of thinking it doesn’t really make a lot of sense. Everything I’m saying is not really going with what I’m putting on the Internet.”


Since leaving her Internet persona behind, Cyrus says her life is a lot more fulfilling now that she actually — gasp! — goes outside and talks to people.


“I’m a lot less on my phone, I’m a little bit more social. I have a lot more real friends, as opposed to friends who are on the Internet who I’m talking to — which is, like, not cool, not safe, not fun, and most likely, not real,” she said, adding that some of her friends are still not as enlightened as she is.


“I just think it’s kind of lame. I feel like I hang out with my friends and they’re so busy taking pictures of what they’re doing and putting them on Facebook that they’re not really enjoying what they’re doing. . . . I’m telling kids, don’t go on the Internet, it’s dangerous, it’s not fun, it wastes your life, and you should be outside playing sports or something.”