Beyoncé showing off her body in "Partition" video

Beyoncé Says She Has No Shame In Her Sexuality In Part 4 Of Her 'Self-Titled' Documentary

Beyoncé's body language in her earth-shattering self-titled album left many speechless. The LP, equipped with 14 new tracks and 17 smoking visuals, also boasted a very free-spirited Bey who had no shame flaunting what her momma and becoming a momma had given her.

In Part 4 of her self-titled documentary aptly titled "Liberation," the 32-year-old dominatrix details the creative process behind recording the XXX-rated "Partition" (apparently Mama Knowles hasn't even heard the track). The free verse came during Bey's stay in the Hamptons with her songwriters, sparked by the nostalgia of her teenage days and when her husband Jay Z tried to spit game at her.

In the salivating clip, Yoncé's goodies are all on display but she reveals that that was the point.

"I was very aware of the fact that I was showing my body. I was 195 pounds when I gave birth I lost 65 pounds. I worked crazily to get my body back. I wanted to show my body. I wanted to show that you can have a child and you can work hard and you can get our body back. I know finding my sensuality, getting back into my body, being proud of growing up, it was important to me that I expressed that in this music cause I know there's so many woem tha feel the same way after giving birth. You can have your child and you can still have fun and still be sexy and still have dreams and still live for yourself."

Watch her also discuss why the sexy show was shot at Crazy Horse and embracing her sexuality over at ABC News here

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yeah this is why i have a problem with us letting these white folks all the way into the culture, because at the end of the day...

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