Solange Knowles is a pretty fantastic individual. Her style is unmatched.
Her love for family is paramount.
And her latest album, A Seat A The Table, was one of the best of 2016.
So it's no wonder BUST asked her to be their April/May 2017 cover girl.
In the issue, on stands March 28, Solange opens up about another character trait she owns with pride: being a black feminist.
"I am a proud black feminist and womanist and I'm extremely proud of the work that's being done. I'm a feminist who wants not only to hear the term intersectionality, but actually feel it, and see the evolution of what intersectional feminism can actually achieve. I want women's rights to be equally honored, and uplifted, and heard...but I want to see us fighting the fight for all women — women of color, our LGBTQ sisters, our Muslim sisters."
She explains what intersectionality within feminism should look like – fighting and marching for the issues that affect all women, AND those that affect marginalized women.
"I want to see millions of us marching out there for our rights, and I want to see us out there marching for the rights of women like Dajerria Becton, who was body slammed by a cop while she was in her swimsuit for simply existing as a young, vocal, black girl. I think we are inching closer and closer there, and for that, I am very proud."