Yup, that happened - and people are upset about it.
Williams' cover has the word "woman" in quotations.
While the cover follows a hard year for Williams - who suffered some losses on the court and shared her post pregnancy challenges after giving birth to daughter Alexis Olympia - the magazine has been criticised for featuring the word "woman" in double quotation marks beside her image with "men" crossed out.
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GQ copped an angry response on social media after using the word "woman" to describe Serena Williams. Sound off in the comments!
"In the context of Serena Williams, a person who has been mocked for her appearance and deliberately misgendered for years... this ain't it", said another. A research manager for GQ pointed out that the typography was created by Virgil Abloh in the same style as previous art he designed for Williams' US Open apparel.
It's GQ's decision to put the word woman in quotation marks on Serena's cover that's infuriated fans.
"They really put "Woman" in quotes in reference to Serena and no one at the table thought it was a bad idea".
Not only is Serena a world-class athlete, but Williams has also launched her own fashion brand called, "Serena", and has worked with some of the biggest companies in the industry, including Nike, Puma, and HSN. (No, I have always had far too much integrity to behave dishonestly in order to gain an advantage).
Williams had previously given a heartfelt interview where she admitted she had read internet conspiracies that say she was "born a guy".