TATAlalicious: Beyonce Goes Topless For “OUT” Magazine &Talks Sexual Freedom For Mothers And Businesswomen

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Blondielocks Bey flaunts her bee stings and goes in about double standards when it comes to sexual freedom..

Beyonce Covers OUT Magazine

Superstar songstress Beyonce has been openly lending her support to the LGBT community for a few years now and she’s continuing on that path with her latest spread in gay & lesbian publication OUT Magazine.

In addition to snagging the magazine’s cover for their May 2014 issue, Yonce speaks up about male/female double standards when it comes to sexual expression, the making of her latest album, human rights and more.

Check out a few interview excerpts below:

via OUT Magazine

On having a “feminist mentality:”
Being that I am a woman in a male-dominated society, the feminist mentality rang true to me and became a way to personalize that struggle.

On human rights & marriage equality:
What I’m really referring to, and hoping for, is human rights and equality, not just that between a woman and a man.”

Hit the flip for more pics from the photo shoot, including a few of Mrs. Carter giving the camera an eye full of her God-given goodies and more quotes on why she thinks mothers should still be allowed to be sexual, making music to inspire “oppressed minorities” and more.

“There is unbelievable power in ownership, and women should own their sexuality. There is a double standard when it comes to sexuality that still persists. Men are free and women are not. That is crazy. The old lessons of submissiveness and fragility made us victims. Women are so much more than that.”

“You can be a businesswoman, a mother, an artist, and a feminist—whatever you want to be—and still be a sexual being. It’s not mutually exclusive.”

“While I am definitely conscious of all the different types of people who listen to my music, I really set out to make the most personal, honest, and best album I could make. I needed to free myself from the pressures and expectations of what I thought I should say or be, and just speak from the heart.”

“I’m very happy if my words can ever inspire or empower someone who considers themselves an oppressed minority…We are all the same and we all want the same things: the right to be happy, to be just who we want to be and to love who we want to love.”

You can check out the full interview and more pictures from the shoot HERE.

Photo Credit: Santiago & Mauricio for OUT Magazine

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