Despite being clad in leather and high heels in her "Bad Blood" music video (which recently broke 24-hour viewing records), Taylor Swift doesn't consider herself to be "overtly sexy."

And she's fine with it.

"I've accepted it. I'm a lot of things. Overtly sexy is not one of them," Swift tells Access Hollywood.

Swift has often been pinned with a chaste, clean image that has given her a role as someone young women can look up to. She doesn't see that image with negative connotation, though.

"No, that's a way of people saying I'm just not generally a sexy person. That's all that is," says the star. "I'm fine with all the other things I am."

That 'squeaky clean' image has resulted in much success for the 25-year-old singer, including five RIAA certified platinum albums, multiple No. 1 singles in different genres and sold-out international tours. To make that success list even longer, Swift also became the youngest person to grace Forbes magazine's Most Powerful Women list, coming in at No. 64.

"I was really happy that they were willing to put that kind of title on a young person and say, 'We believe in what you stand for,'" she admits.

Swift is on the road on her 1989 tour, which will be in the States through mid-June. Then, she will hop across the pond to play dates in Europe.

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