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Miley Cyrus Flashes Side Boob, Says Sex Is "Cool"

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During her Disney days, Miley Cyrus was considered a model Christian. Like the Jonas Brothers, she proudly wore a purity ring and promised to stay a virgin.

"I like to think of myself as the girl that no one can get, that no one can keep in their hand," she told TV Guide in 2008. "Even at my age, a lot of girls are starting to fall and I think if [staying a virgin] is a commitment girls make, that's great."

But then Miley started exploring her sexuality and fell in love with penis cake. Ultimately, she stopped wearing a bra and lost her virginity.

"Sex actually is really beautiful," Cyrus said during an interview on Lifetime's The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet. "It's ignorant to not talk to your kids about it and make it seem as magical and cool as it actually is."

Earlier this week, Cyrus was photographed running barefoot and braless across a Los Angeles street, exposing some side boob and a regrettable dream catcher tattoo.

It was the second side boob-revealing outfit of the week for Cyrus, who showed off her killer body at the Billboard Music Awards in Vegas on Sunday.

According to Huffington Post, the 19 year old "narrowly avoided a complete wardrobe malfunction, making sure to hold down the side of her shirt as she continued to jog across the street."

Keep running, Miley. Keep running.

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