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Beyoncé graces the cover of Time magazine’s annual 100 Most Influential People Issue this year, and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg explains why The Queen still reigns supreme.

Sandberg, the COO of Facebook, says Bey should be admired for “[raising] her voice both on- and offstage to urge women to be independent and lead.” In fact, Beyoncé has recently raised the question (and controversy) of feminism in popular culture. While many have praised…

Visit our gallery for stunning images from Beyonce’s photoshoot taken for “OUT” magazine May issue, which was named “the power issue”. Remember to pick up the Out magazine Power Issue later this month.

PICTURE LINKS: – Photoshoots 2014: SANTIAGO & MAURICIO PHOTOSHOOT (OUT MAGAZINE)

Beyoncé had no qualms sharing her favorite sex positions (“ride it with my surfboard”) with the masses and she encourages all women to feel free to express their sexuality in the new issue of Out magazine.

“There is unbelievable power in ownership and women should own their sexuality,” the pop diva told Out.

The gay and lesbian publication put Beyoncé on its 2014 May Power Issue. Queen Bey shocked the music industry when she quietly released her self-titled album on the iTunes store in Decemeber 2013. The album sold one million digital copies in six days and gave the singer…

beynovmarieShe gave birth to her daughter Blue Ivy in January of last year. And Beyoncé admits in a new interview that it was the connection she felt to her unborn child that helped her through the pain of labour. ‘We were talking. I know it sounds crazy, but I felt a communication,’ said the 32-year-old in the November issue of Marie Claire Australia.

She also said thinking about what her child was going through helped distract her from the pain of her birth….

Shawn Carter, better known as Jay Z, tells Vanity Fair contributing editor Lisa Robinson in the November issue that although his wife, Beyoncé, says that their 18-month-old daughter, Blue Ivy, prefers Jay’s music to hers, he’s not so sure. “That’s not true. She does like her mother’s music—she watches [Beyoncé’s concerts] on the computer every night. But my album came out and I don’t know if Blue ever heard any of my music prior to this album—she’s only 18 months old and I don’t play my music…

Beyoncé’s vocals are so pristine live, she could sing while standing stock-still for two hours and get standing ovations. But Bey isn’t just the Voice; she’s also the Body, the Hair Flip, the Don’t-Fuck-With-Me Snarl. Her choreography is pristine, her all-girl band is perfect, and her confidence is punishing. Don’t forget, this is a woman whose mane got caught in a fan at a recent show and she still never skipped a note.

Showstopper: B’s been expertly poppin’ her booty to “Crazy in Love” onstage at least 10 years before Miley Cyrus even…

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FEW have captivated the world like Vogue’s May cover star Beyoncé Knowles. Few have been so adulated or adored, and yet remained so steadfast in protecting their mystery. Few have withstood the rigours of a stellar career and survived so unscathed.

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