Another question asked whether a Falcon 9 class rocket could reach orbit with a person (-like mass) duct-taped to the outside of it, in spite of the resulting mass asymmetry. The consensus of one seems to be that possibly yes, it could.
Which directly leads me to the question whether a person could actually survive the ride in a space suit. Any resemblance to actual persons, real or fictional, is purely coincidental!
I'm not dogmatically sticking to duct tape; if needed we can bolt on a little harness or such. It takes only about 2.5 minutes to leave the atmosphere. How hot does an exposed surface get during ascent? What's the maximum force to endure at max Q? Anything I have forgotten? Would the sound kill an exposed person? At start? At breaking the sound barrier?