Last week, after Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Miley Cyrus responded by cursing Pence off as an "a$$hole."
But with the controversial bill, which may believe is discriminatory toward homosexuals, still very much in the news, Cyrus now has a lot more to say about it.
The Indiana law, which will go into effect in July, is under fire because it seems to allow businesses to refuse serving the LGBT community based on religious beliefs.
In an Instagram post after Pence, a Republican and former U.S. House member, held a press conference this week, Cyrus said she “won’t give up” the fight.
“In honor of #transdayofvisibility say #f*ckdatsh*t to Indianas #RFRA It is unevolved & unjust!" the singer wrote of her stance in favor of equal rights.
She isn't alone in her fight, either. Many stars have taken a strong stance, with Nick Offerman recently canceling a show in Indiana out of protest.
"To judge anyone for how they want to express themselves or their love to another human is WRONG no matter how these f*ckers sugar coat it," Miley added.
And the artist, an outspoken supporter of gay rights, was far from finished, addressing Pence and other backers of the bill with:
"THE BIBLE SAYS (if that’s what we are realllllly basing a 2015 bill on) ‘the way that you judge others will be the way that you will be judged’ Which I hope is just as harshly and unfair as those apart of Indiana’s LGBT community!"
Cyrus also opened up to Time Magazine about the topic.
The singer may be known for posting very silly pictures on Instagram (see above), but she's very serious about leading this battle.
Explaining that she has learned to “constantly learn and [evolve],” Miley went on:
"That’s what’s wrong with [supporters of the Indiana law] - they’re not choosing to live that way. And if you don’t choose to live that way, you’re not going to last in this generation because we are overtaking you.
"They are dinosaurs, and they are dying off. We are the new generation, and with that will come so much."
Miley concluded by saying she is optimistic about the country’s youth movement when it comes to issues such as these - and that she’s happy to serve as a leader/role model.
The Indiana law is “confusing for my fans, so I’m happy to [speak up about it],” Cyrus told Time. “They won’t listen to [openly gay Apple CEO] Tim Cook. But they’ll listen to me, you know? And people are starting to listen.”