Considering how she rode around on a Wrecking Ball in her birthday suit, it's rather obvious at this point:
Miley Cyrus has no problem with nudity.
In fact, the singer wants to see even more nudity out there, and she's joined a grassroots movement that takes issue with the problems other people have in this regard.
The 21-year old posted an Instagram photo yesterday of herself holding a rubber nipple, giving a shout-out to the Free the Nipple campaign, which says on its Facebook page that it aims to "decriminalize the female body."
It also wants to "protest the backwards censorship laws in the US" and takes issue with the media's glorification of violence, asking:
What is more obscene nudity or violence?
Last month, Miley told a BBC program that she believes men are held to a different standard than women and expressed frustration over the flak she's received.
"Guys get to show their titties on the beach, why can't we," she asked. "I don't understand the double standard of life."
Neither do we, Miles. And if this new campaign helps produce a few more instances of Kate Upton nude, we only have one question:
Where do we sign up?!?!??!?!?