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Miley Cyrus gets new tattoo for gay marriage rights

08-01-2011 15:45 BJT

BEIJING, August 1 (Xinhuanet) -- Singer Miley Cyrus has taken one step further in showing her support for gay rights, by getting a new tattoo onto her finger.

“All Love is equal,” Miley, the latest in a line of A-list celebs and the 18-year-old former Disney darling, tweeted on Friday, along with a picture of her new tattoo.

Where does it say in the bible to judge others?” she tweeted to one of her followers. “Oh right. It doesn’t. God is the only judge honey. "God is love."

This is not the first time the “Party in the USA” singer has voiced her support for LGBT rights.

After Casey Anthony was found not guilty on murder charges, Miley Tweeted, “You know the world is skewed when people get away with murdering children but we can’t get gay marriage legalized in the state of California.”

The new tattoo joins Miley’s various other body art, including a heart on her little finger, anchor on her wrist, dreamcatcher on her ribcage, and the words “Just Breathe” on the left side of her chest (in honor of a friend who died of cystic fibrosis).

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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