Queen Bey has snagged yet another cover!

The May 2014 edition of Out Magazine (an LGBT publication) shows a topless Beyonce wearing nothing but a platinum blonde wig reminiscent of popular sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe.

When asked about the difference between men expressing their sexuality and women theirs:

“There is a double standard when it comes to sexuality that still persists. Men are free and women are not. That is crazy.”

And of course the topic of feminism came up. Since the release of her hyper-sexual self-titled album Beyonce, the singer has been under fire for her racy lyrics and performances, both which show a very different side of her.

To the critics:

“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.”

See another shot from the spread below:beyonce1

What do you think of the cover? Do you agree with the critics or is she allowed to create whatever music she likes?

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(Photo Source: Out Magazine)



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4 thoughts on “Beyonce Covers Out Magazine, Channels Marilyn Monroe

  1. tewdeeq on said:

    Beyonce makes some rather cliches responses to explain away her lewd behavior or whatever it is she does to make it in the corrupt and wicked music industry (porn) business these days.

  2. Being a sexual being is ok. But can you do it without letting everybody stare straight into the eye of the beast every time you hit the stage? I swear every time the fans start blowing that fake weave around and a spotlight comes on, those fishnet encased thighs snap open like springboards. That’s not being a sexual being, it’s called putting your goods on display for pay. Btw. That’s the blondes she’s ever gone isn’t it?

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