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Marie Osmond opens on “The talk” on Monday, about how being sexually abused as a child and made her part of the family.
As the co-hosts were discussing Miley Cyrus’ recent comments about her ill feelings for the men, the Osmond’s, 60’s, spoke out about it and the similar thoughts that they had as a child.
“When I was about eight or nine o’clock, and I thought that I was gay,” Osmond, 60, said. The reason for this is because I had been sexually abused, to the point that the men were making me feel sick. I didn’t have confidence in them, and I didn’t like it.”
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Osmond said she recalls a time when he has body-image issues, and are constantly on the look out for other women’s bodies.
“I was on the lookout for women, and I thought to myself,” why am I on the lookout for women? I have to be gay to be.” And then I realized, you know, because I’m thinking, why did God give me all these brothers, and why did He do this to me, great father?” Osmond has said. “And, truly, it changed my opinion of men who make me feel that it was something that I was going to work.”
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In an Instagram Live on the Sunday night, Cyrus, 26, said: “You don’t have to be gay, and there are good people in the d–ks out — you’ve just got to find them. You will have to look for a ” d–k, that’s not a d–k, you know.”
“I always thought I had to be gay because I thought all boys were bad at all, but it’s not true,” said the Disney alum.
Cyrus was referring to her new beau, Cody Simpson, who has shared headlines with a User in the last period of time for their audience with the romance of the place a few months after Cyrus’ high-profile divorce from Liam Hemsworth, and the breaking up of the model Kaitlynn Carter.
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Cyrus took heat for her comments, with one individual tweeting, “people are not strange, because they are “gifts” to men. This is so offensive.” Others mentioned that the language of “homophobic” and a “straight-up wrong.”
After the backlash, Cyrus — who is both pansexual and gender-fluid — tweeted to clear the air, saying, “It has always been my top priority to protect the LGBTQ community I’m a part of it.”