The fabulous Lady Gaga appears topless on the cover and inside the pages of Q magazine this month. She also appears to be packing some serious bulge.
We're just saying.
Whatever that foot-long surprise might be, it's either meant as a joke based on the hermaphrodite rumors that continue to follow her, or as an effort to fuel them.
Man parts or not, she's looking pretty amazing. It's nice to see the singer without her trademark face mask or hair phone ... or any sort of shirt, let's be honest!
Lady Gaga actually clarified what this cover is all about.
“We all know one of the biggest talking points of the year was that I have a d**k, so why not give them what they want? I want to wear a d**k strapped to my vagina," she told Q. "I also carry myself onstage in a masculine way and sing in a low register."
"This is not out of nowhere, right? I want to comment on that in a beautiful, artistic way. How I wanna show it. And I want to call this piece Lady Gaga Dies Hard.”
We have no reply other than that this chick is certifiably awesome.
In addition to discussing the public's fascination with whether or not Lady Gaga has man parts, she delves into how it relates to gender stereotypes involving sex.
“If a guy says, ‘Oh I f****d all these chicks this week,’ there’s a high-five and giggling. But when a woman does that and it's publicized or she is open about her sexuality or she’s free or liberated, it’s, ‘Oh, well, she must have a d**k’."
Once again ... awesome.
Lady Gaga bares her soul (and top) in Q Magazine.
Liberated as she is, the Lady was said to be a bit of a diva during this photo shoot, threatening to walk out unless her boyfriend was allowed to photograph her.
That would be Matthew Williams. She reportedly said, “I’m just not in a good place right now.” It's hard being a music star possibly representing both genders.
Is Lady Gaga a hermaphrodite?