Miley Cyrus Thinks Guys Watch Too Much Porn, Set Unrealistic Sexual Standard

02/05/2014 01:53 pm ET

Miley Cyrus may seem pretty provocative on stage, but she isn't supportive of any unrealistic sexual standard. In fact, the "Wrecking Ball" singer doesn't think that her peers are getting the right idea about sex and intimacy.

Cyrus claims that she hasn't been in a relationship since ending her engagement to Liam Hemsworth last year. According to Ronan Farrow's interview with Cyrus in the March issue of W, the star has had trouble trusting people and it has impacted both her friendships and her dating life.

But trust hasn't been her only barrier to relationships. "Guys watch too much porn," she tells Farrow, explaining something she sees as a cultural flaw. "Those girls don't exist. They're not real girls."

Cyrus doesn't think that girls are innocent in the race to perfection, either. "You don’t have to wear makeup. You don’t have to have long blond hair and big titties. That’s not what it’s about," she explains.

On the other hand, the star blames women for the same skewed perception of men. She calls romance movies the girl equivalent to porn, and claims they promote ideal men in a way that's just as unattainable as the women in adult films.

For now, Cyrus tells Farrow that her music "has become [her] other half -- rather than another person."

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