Taylor Swift talks about Kanye, Katy, the squad, politics and a future family

The gloves are off.

If the interviews Taylor Swift has done so far to promote her new album "Lover" weren't enough for you, just read her new cover story in Rolling Stone.

She talks about everything in detail, including Katy Perry, her feud with Scooter Braun, what really happened with Kanye West, politics and even her personal life.

Asked if she'll start writing songs about things other than her personal life now that it seems less dramatic, Swift tells Rolling Stone, "I don’t feel like that yet. I think I might feel like that possibly when I have a family. If I have a family."

"I don’t know why I said that! But that’s what I’ve heard from other artists ... But again, I don’t know why I said that. Because I don’t know how my life is going to go or what I’m going to do," she said.

Regarding her very public feud with Braun over her past masters he bought from Scott Borchetta, she's still salty about the purchase.

She revealed to "GMA" earlier this summer that she plans to re-record her old albums so that she has ownership of them.

"These are two very rich, very powerful men, using $300 million of other people’s money to purchase, like, the most feminine body of work. And then they’re standing in a wood panel bar doing a tacky photo shoot, raising a glass of scotch to themselves," she said.

Taylor also speaks about the infamous West phone call leaked on social media by his wife, Kim Kardashian West. For awhile, Swift says, she and Kanye were getting along well.

After a dust-up for which he apologized after, West gave her a heads up about the "I feel like Taylor and I might still have sex" line in "Famous," which she appreciated.

But she says, "I was like, 'OK, good. We’re back on good terms.' And then when I heard the song" -- in which he called her a 'b----' ... I was like, “I’m done with this. If you want to be on bad terms, let’s be on bad terms, but just be real about it," she added.