Beyonce Flashback! when she appeared on the cover of vogue magazine


What it means to be a woman: Beyonce opens up on her  views on feminism as she poses in a Chanel jumper for the new issue of British  Vogue

When asked if she considers herself a  feminist, she replied: ‘That word can be  very extreme…

‘But I  guess I am a modern-day feminist. I do believe in equality. Why do you have to  choose what type of woman  you are? Why do you have to label yourself anything?  I’m just a woman  and I love being a woman.’

While Beyonce has achieved so many things  many women haven’t, she acknowledges the world still has a lot of room for  improvement when it comes to equality.

She explained: ‘I  do believe in equality and that we  have a way to go and it’s something that’s  pushed aside and something  that we have been conditioned to accept.

The full interview with Beyonce is in the May issue of  British Vogue, on sale Monday 8th April


‘But I’m happily married. I love my  husband.’

Since marrying Jay-Z in 2008 and becoming a  first-time mother to daughter Blue in January 2012, Beyonce admits she feels  like a different person.

She said: ‘I feel like Mrs Carter is who I  am, but more bold and more fearless than I’ve ever been.

‘It comes from knowing my purpose and really  meeting myself once I saw my child. I was like, “OK, this is what you were born  to do.” The purpose of my body became completely different.’

Although Blue is too young to know her future  right now, Beyonce insists she’ll be happy whether her little girl follows her  parents into entertainment or not.

She added: ‘I definitely want my daughter to  have goals and drive and passion – it has to be a balance.’

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