Miley Cyrus
Singer Miley Cyrus inducts Joan Jett and the Blackhearts during the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio April 18, 2015. Reuters/Aaron Josefczyk

Miley Cyrus is well known for her antics, crazy outfits and her firm beliefs -- which she is never afraid to show and speak about. She has even gone after “Supergirl” for its apparent gender-bias.

In an interview with Variety, the 23-year-old musician started speaking about her own sexuality. Cyrus discussed how she first started to identify as pansexual while attending a meeting at one of Los Angeles’ LGBTQ centres. “I saw one human in particular who didn’t identify as male or female,” she explained. “Looking at them, they were both: beautiful and sexy and tough but vulnerable and feminine but masculine.” Cyrus then admitted that she had related to that person more than she had any other.

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Likely because she identifies herself with both sexes, Cyrus has taken it upon herself to fight the sexism in Hollywood. And when asked why she thought the issue still existed, she gave “Supergirl” as an example. According to her, having a specified gender attached to the title of a show is “weird.”

“One, it’s a woman on that f------ billboard -- it’s not a little girl,” she explained. “Two, what if you’re a little boy who wants to be a girl so bad that this makes you feel bad? I think having a title like ‘Supergirl’ doesn’t give the power that people think it does.”

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On Tuesday, “Supergirl” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg addressed the concern. He reasoned out that the franchise is a “pre-existing” property, so the team behind the show never had the intent of naming it anything else. But at least one of the issues that Cyrus pointed out has been addressed on the series.

“We actually had a scene about Kara herself lamenting, ‘Why aren’t I called Superwoman?’” Kreisberg recalled. “And had Cat with her great rejoinder about how the word ‘girl’ in and of itself is not offensive.”

Kreisberg did not apologise for anything about “Supergirl” and stayed firm on how the show has thrilled everyone working on it. “We continue to be proud of Melissa and the character she represents and the hero that she represents,” he said.