Miley Cyrus had a “genderless” date on the red carpet with her Tuesday night.
The 22-year-old brought Tyler Ford to the amFar Inspiration Gala in New York. Ford was a contestant on “The Glee Project,” a television series where performers compete against each other to land a role on “Glee.”
She described him as “a queer, biracial, agender person, whose pronouns are they/them/theirs.”
“My whole life, I was led to believe that there were only two genders,” Tyler wrote on Cyrus’ Instagram.
“I thought I had to shrink myself to fit into a box that was never going to contain me. It took years for me to find words for my gender identity, and to feel comfortable expressing myself as I am.”
Cyrus also introduced the Caitlyn Collection, three pieces of artwork she had done that were auctioned off during the gala. They were three framed, bedazzled and signed copies of Bruce Jenner’s “Vanity Fair” cover, where he made his debut as Caitlyn. (PHOTOS: Here’s Your First Look At Bruce Jenner As ‘Caitlyn’)
They sold for $69,000. (PHOTOS: Miley Cyrus Stripped Down And Posed With Her Pet Pig, Because Of Course)