One often hears that millennialsthose folks born around the turn of the millennium and in their late teens and twenties now, are more open to some of the things that we older people wrestle to grasp. Gender used to be a zero-sum game: male or female. Now it is a spectrum, a continuum, with transgender pronouns being bandied about in university lecture halls.
Inevitably, Miley Cyrus is going to play a show completely naked, backed by a similarly nude Flaming Lips and in front of a bare audience. It's a video in the works for mileycyrusandherdeadpetz song The Milky Milky Milk. Of course she is!
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The year-old pop star is planning a nude concert, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne announced on Instagram today. Of course, Cyrus is no stranger to stripping down in fact, we'd be surprised if she stepped out fully clothedbut a completely naked concert? This isn't the first time Coyne and Cyrus have teamed up for an eyebrow-raising project.
The estate of Whitney Houston, the pop singer who died inannounced a hologram tour. Whitney Houston is going to launch a concert tour. She will appear onstage with her original band and backup singers, including her brother Gary. The only catch is that Whitney, who died inwill appear as a hologram.
Miley Cyrus and the Flaming Lips have implied that they're organizing a concert together in which both they and their audience will be naked. Cyrus is a frequent public advocate of body positivity and often promotes the freethenipple hashtag on Instagram. While many of us consider ourselves to be forward-thinking, progressive body-positive concert-goers, let us please be honest with ourselves and admit that most of the shows we attend require us to keep our respective junk in our pants.