For the black-and-white cover, Bey poses topless and sports platinum Marilyn Monroe hair and pearl and diamond necklaces.
With her eyes closed and lips parted, the "Partition" singer looks as if she's experiencing a rapturous moment ("driver roll up the partition please") and the word 'POWER' is emblazoned in pink across the singer's shoulders.
The inside photo spread is even racier: our Queen covers her bare breasts with her hands and fills out a sexy black basque corset, which is covered with a pearl body necklace.
Another photo shows the 32-year-old in an embellished white suit with rhinestones and long lapels.
The former Destiny's Child singer even revealed the process behind her top-secret fifth studio album, which was noted for its explicit, sexual lyrics.
"Women should own their sexuality," she said in the mag. "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."
Preach it, sista!
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