KEY POINTS

  • Miley Cyrus celebrated Vagina Day
  • She shared racy videos on Instagram
  • Cody Simpson paid tribute to his gilfriend on Valentine's Day

While the world celebrated Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14, Miley Cyrus celebrated Vagina Day instead. The singer took to Instagram to support the V-Day movement and told her fans to love themselves.

The Vagina Day movement is about putting an end to violence against women. It was started by Eve Ensler with her play titled “The Vagina Monologues,” which became a global hit for raising awareness about the important issue. The movement is known as V-Day, which stands for Vagina, Victory, and Valentine.

“ Happy Vagina Day,” Cyrus wrote in an Instagram post. The racy video she shared focussed only on her lips and her tongue. The words “I Love You” appear in the video.

In another Instagram post, Cyrus wrote that she adores all her fans. She wished everyone a happy V-day and asked her fans to celebrate by touching themselves, sucking on sheets, and taking a milky bath. In the video she shared online, the singer can be seen touching herself under the sheets. The clip is from her song “Adore You.”

“Love yourself,” Cyrus wrote in another post. The video shows the singer holding a huge heart-shaped balloon and dancing to the song “Get It Right.”

Cyrus also celebrated Valentine’s Day with her boyfriend Cody Simpson. The two celebrities made it clear that they are exclusive by sharing pictures online that show them with a “reserved” sign placed on their foreheads, People reported.

Simpson paid a tribute to Cyrus in an Instagram Stories post. He wrote that every day is like Valentine’s Day for him with Cyrus. He also wrote that he is “reserved” only for her.

Cyrus and Simpson have been linked together since October last year. The two have since gone public with their relationship and have been posting romantic pictures and videos of them on social media.

Miley Cyrus Miley Cyrus speaks about sexuality in recent interview. IN Picture: Miley Cyrus performs onstage during WCRF's 'An Unforgettable Evening' at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Photo: Getty Images/Rachel Murray