Miley Cyrus is March's Vanity Fair cover star, and she got very open about her life and her marriage in her interview. Cyrus also opened up about what it's like to be an openly queer person in an opposite-sex marriage (she and long-term boyfriend Liam Hemsworth tied the knot late last year).
But her particular relationship with queerness isn't what I'd consider an accurate representation of what being queer is like for the rest of us. She has privileges that so many LBGTQ+ people such as myself won't have, including this Vanity Fair platform.
I'm not writing this to claim Cyrus' queer identity is invalid or problematic in any way whatsoever; it's just that I fear her amplified queer voice could drown out the experiences of others.