Beyonce showcases all of her curves on the cover of Flaunt magazine, covered in nothing but colorful glitter.

The image, photographed by Tony Duran, prominently features Queen B's voluptuous (and let's not forget post-baby) body and we must admit she looks strikingly beautiful.

The magazine also features a short interview that includes Bey's tips on "getting lucky," her thoughts on the millennial generation and her views on having a very supportive gay fan base.

Check out a sneak peek of what Beyonce had to say:

Flaunt: A picnic planner is hoping to get lucky with his/her picnic companion. What's in the picnic basket?

Beyonce: A cozy blanket, red wine, fruit, '90s R&B playing on my iPod. I don't think you need much else.

Gay men are drawn to you and empowered by you, as they have been to "gay icons" Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, Cher, and Madonna. What is it about you, and those women, that gay men love?

I'm flattered if I'm in the company of those great women. I think they love that we are bold, unafraid to love, and flaunt our sexuality and strength.

Millennials make up a huge part of your fan base. Thousands of them have responded to your Instagram hashtag #beygood to promote goodwill. How do you feel about the media's take on youth as the "me me me" generation, or a generation of "slack-tivists" [people who are activists online but not in the real world]?

At my concerts I see the opposite. They are engaged in making a difference. We have collected tons of donations that will go towards creating jobs and helping people get jobs. That's something I want to celebrate. For Chime for Change we raised awareness and over $4 million in one day for equal rights for girls everywhere. So many people at that concert were young. They are more socially responsible than they get credit for.