Singer Lady Gaga continues to address the controversy surrounding her bisexuality.

In recent weeks, Lady Gaga has defended her bisexual identity. During an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live and again at a in club in Berlin, Germany, Lady Gaga insisted that she goes both ways.

(Related: Lady Gaga insists her bisexuality is real, not marketing.)

She repeated this claim this week during an interview with UK gay glossy Attitude.

“I mean, I am bisexual, I've said it before, I'll say it again,” Lady Gaga said. “I don't need to – I'm sorry if this is a bit vulgar – but I don't need to eat pussy in front of the whole world for people to take me seriously. You can believe it or not, it's just here, I'm honest. I'm not saying it to be controversial; there you have it, here I am, take it or leave it. I know I am not just a lesbian – I have a boyfriend – but all of my friends are in this community.”

She added she doesn't consider herself a gay icon.

“I never said I was a gay icon. When did that happen? Are those lyrics on the album? Absolutely not. I don't even consider myself … I don't even know what that word means. That was a label that was invented years ago. I'm a … I'm a gay supporter.”