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OTRC: Ke$ha is bisexual? She tells Seventeen: 'I don't love just men'

Kesha appears in a scene from her 2012 music video 'Die Young.' (Kemosabe Records / RCA Records)

Pop singer Ke$ha has been open about some of her sexual experiences in the past, but in a new interview with Seventeen magazine, the singer goes into more detail about her sexuality.

The 25-year-old singer, whose real name is Kesha Sebert, told the magazine in its February issue, "I don't love just men. I love people. It's not about a gender. It's just about the spirit that exudes from that other person you're with."

Ke$ha, who also appears on the cover of the issue, described her sexuality in a similar way in a 2010 interview with OUT magazine. "I like people. I wouldn't say I'm gay or straight," she said at the time. "I don't like labeling anything anyway. I would just say I like people."

The singer also spoke to Seventeen about bullying and her little brother.

"I'm all about standing up to gay/lesbian/transgender bullying, but it's also about my little brother," she said. "He's 13 and he gets made fun of because he has a stutter. I just have zero tolerance for people making fun of others."

This isn't the first time the "Die Young" singer has gotten candid about the subject of sex in the past. In September, she explained in a radio interview that she had a sexual experience with a ghost.

"Well, I don't know his name! He was a ghost," she said. "It was just like ... I had a couple experiences with the supernatural. I'm very open to it."

The singer recently released her sophomore album "Warrior" on December 4. Ke$ha rose to fame in 2010 with her debut album "Animal," which contained two No. 1 singles - "Tik Tok" and "We R Who We R." "Warrior" included collaborations with Iggy Pop, The Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney and The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne.

Ke$ha's interview with Seventeen hits newsstands on January 8.

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