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If you haven't seen the latest cover on Out magazine, Queen B looks AMAZING! Beyoncé is on the cover of Out Magazine’s Power issue topless, cupping her breasts!!  She is wearing a show blond wig, looking a lot like Marilyn Monroe.  It’s definitely a very racy photo shoot!  In the article, she explains how she is a feminist, "There is unbelievable power in ownership, and women should own their sexuality," she explains. "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."she explains. "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," she says via e-mail, as she was in the midst of her Mrs. Carter World Tour at the time of the interview. "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." See got more into detail, and says,  "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...But what I'm really referring to, and hoping for, is human rights and equality, not just that between a woman and a man," Beyoncé tells the LGBTQ publication. "So 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."