Lady Gaga might seem like pop music's favorite gay icon these days, but OUT magazine has plenty of love for Britney Spears, too.
The singer graces the cover of the magazine's first-ever Ladies We Love issue and willingly answered the questions many fans have been dying to ask her for years.
Such as: "What women (living or dead) could make you think twice about your sexuality?"
In her e-mail reply, Spears confirmed, "I only have eyes for men."
Still, she admitted kissing Madonna during the MTV Video Music Awards in 2003 was "cool" and said she believes "everyone should be treated equally."
As for her take on the "Born This Way" songstress, Gaga is "unique," Spears said.
When asked how she "would feel if one of your sons turned out to be gay," the "Hold It Against Me" singer vowed to "love my boys no matter what."
Spears, mom to 5-year-old Sean and 4-year-old Jayden, also gave her thoughts on the celebrity rumor mill.
The craziest rumor the formerly crazy star read about herself claimed she was an alien.
But the false story that hurt the most was one that said she "had died in a car accident."
OUT also asked the superstar which Disney princess she relates to ("It depends on the day"), the album she considers life-changing ("Natalie Imbruglia's 'Left of the Middle'") and if she regrets or dislikes any of her past music ("No. All of my songs are f--king amazing.").
Spears, who said she admires "Sarah Jessica Parker's career and her shoe collection," also divulged that she thinks she was Audrey Hepburn in a past life, "because she was a trend setter."
But the singer might not have ended up a pop princess if she took some bad advice early in her career.
"Someone once told me that the '…Baby One More Time' video should be me as a superhero fighting a giant robot monster," Spears admitted.
She opted to wear her now-infamous school girl uniform - and the rest is pop culture history.