As the the anniversary of Lemonade approaches in April, and Women's History Month is coming to a close, I think it's important to address what the Queen herself has done for my identity as a black woman. Growing up in a very Christian home, I was limited in how much secular music I was allowed to listen to. However, Beyoncé was always one person my parents let slide. Growing up a Beyoncé fan has allowed her to help shape what being a black woman means to me. For that reason, I'd like to pay homage to all the times Beyoncé has made me proud to be a black woman.