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Miley Cyrus’s New Song: ‘Virginity Is A Social Construct. You Are F**king Beautiful’

Phillip Nieto Contributor

Miley Cyrus released a NSFW music video Tuesday, featuring two latex breasts rubbing against each other and an obese woman laying down fanning herself. The video also includes statements like “Virginity is a social construct” and “You are f*cking beautiful,” along with the phrase, “Tough Titties.”

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“Hallelujah, I’m a freak, I’m a freak, hallelujah, Every day of the week I’ma do ya,” were the opening lyrics for Cyrus’s new music video “Mother’s Daughter,” where she crawls around on the floor in a red latex suit.

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Currently, the song is trending number one on YouTube with more than 5 million views. The song has a long list of stars with cameos including  LGBTQ skateboarder Lacey Baker and the singer’s own mother Trish Cyrus. The star was quick to share her new music video on social media as soon as it launched.

Much of the fan reaction has been positive, with the video receiving more than 500,00 likes. One of the top YouTube comment says, “I’m simultaneously entertained, terrified, and confused. I don’t know what to do.”

The video’s lyrics include dog whistles to controversial political topics. “Don’t f*ck with my freedom” is one of the popular lyrics in Cyrus’s song and is likely in reference to the singer’s pro-choice stance on abortion. (RELATED: Thomas Blasts Dismemberment Abortions, Says Justices Must Confront ‘What This Court Has Wrought’)

“Hallelujah, I’m a witch, I’m a witch, hallelujah,” sings Cyrus. “Don’t f*ck with my freedom, I came back to get me some I’m nasty, I’m evil. Must be something in the water or that I’m my mother’s daughter, Don’t f*ck with my freedom.”

 

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YouTube’s nudity and sexual guidelines do not allow creators to post sexually explicitly content.

“Explicit content meant to be sexually gratifying (like pornography) is not allowed on YouTube,” the official rules read. “Videos containing fetish content will be removed or age-restricted. In most cases, violent, graphic, or humiliating fetishes are not allowed on YouTube.”

Currently, Cyrus’s video is still available on YouTube and is monetized for advertisers. Meanwhile, conservative political comedian Steven Crowder has been complete demonetized on the platform despite his content on YouTube not specifically violating their policies.

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