Presumably Straight Men Dressed As Miley Cyrus: More Or Less Offensive Than Miley Cyrus Herself?

straight-guys-miley-cyrusMiley Cyrus’ historic Bangerz tour kicked off last week in Vancouver, which means you’re probably already aware that photos like this exist.

The images of 21-year-old Cyrus, lounging on stage in front of thousands of fans in a cannabis-print leotard, patting her crotch and simulating some acts we’d rather not talk about, have upset the soccer moms of Cyrus’ fandom for being “too explicit,” “disgusting,” and borderline pornographic.

But after that raunchy VMA performance and the “Adore You” video, which is arguably just as salacious as Miley’s tour performance, are we seriously supposed to be shocked? Has Miley gone too far?

Mull it over for a bit while checking out some of the most SFW Miley-themed images around: Presumably straight men dressing up as Miley Cyrus. This is about as safe as you’re going to get, folks.

To be fair, we’re assuming most of these men are straight based on their costume’s authenticity and the demeanor of their pose. Gay men just, uh, look a little different while channeling Miley.

Different like this:


Here are the others:









h/t Stereotude

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  • sportyguy1983

    She is just disgusting and the guys imitating her are not much better.

  • MK Ultra

    I think this meme has grown old fast.

  • Dxley

    These are seriously disturbing!

  • newdc23

    I miss the gay community that I knew. It was a community that took the ridiculousness of the world and embraced it. Now today everything is “offensive” or “disturbing”. These guys are just having fun. There’s nothing wrong with that. And if people find Miley offensive, don’t watch her, or click on her articles or report on her. I miss us before we became politically correct cutouts.

  • sportyguy1983

    When all you do is embrace and celebrate ridiculousness and grotesque actions, then don’t expect to be taken serious.

  • LifeNewbie20s

    @sportyguy1983: People can be taken seriously without having any semblance of humor or humility drained from them.

  • scotshot

    Offensive? No. I’ve always enjoyed skag drag more than “serious” drag.

  • sportyguy1983

    And people can try to funny without being gross and selling their dignity.

  • katbox80

    What has been seen cannot be unseen. :(

  • LifeNewbie20s

    @sportyguy1983: That sounds like a moral judgement. Interesting because the gay community is usually the one asking for people to stop imposing their morals. We must treat others the way we want to be treated.

  • Curtispsf

    Most straight men can’t even do BAD drag because that requires a certain amount of style and a sense of campiness which heteros just don’t get.

    What’s next, Miley…A bunch of circus elephants going down on you with their trunks? This is all SO staged to make up for lack of talent.

  • BrokebackBob

    Every picture, sickening. Miley is completely disgustingly OVER.

  • QuintoLover

    I feel the Bulls uniform guy and the second guy from the bottom are probably gay.

  • Respect4all

    That first picture of Miley IS pornographic. How you feel about pornography is another story. I hate to say it, but I do have some sympathy with the soccer moms in this case.

  • Vegas Tearoom

    She is seriously, passionately, desperately…over.

  • sportyguy1983

    What was I thinking. No one should be judged for anything no matter how disgusting they are acting. There should be no moral compass that people live by. Miley should be applauded for being a disgusting human being with no moral beliefs other than wanting to be famous for being a gross human being.

  • Stache1

    @sportyguy1983: You do realize your babbling makes no sense..right?

  • Niall

    Gross. And if that makes me “politically correct” and “imposing my morals” or whatever nonsense, I welcome it.

  • sportyguy1983

    It is called sarcasm.

  • Sebizzar

    @newdc23: Well, this IS disturbing, but it’s definitely funny xD

  • feeps

    You know what I find offensive about this post is the gleeful misogyny served up next to self-reflective
    Homophobia? Women owning their sexualities? DISGUSTING! Men who imitate them, could be disgusting
    or drag. Since you brought Robin Thicke into this, check out his videos and the lyrics to Blurred Lines for something
    offensive and rapey.

  • newecreator

    This is Miley’s new direction. Why not acknowledge that? Madonna did the same theme when she did the Blonde Ambition tour. Remember?!

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