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19 Times Ariana Grande Shut Sexism The Hell Down

She is not here for your misogynistic double-standards.

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1. When she couldn't even with this question.

2. Before making this A+ point afterwards.

3. And when she refused to be defined in relation to the men in her life.

4. When she said that feminism is about freedom and choice.

5. And confirmed once and for all that feminism 👏 is 👏 not 👏 man 👏 hating.

6. When she wrote this essay after feeling objectified by a man in public.

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7. And made this perfect point.

Daniel Boczarski / Getty Images / Via Twitter: @ArianaGrande

8. Before urging women to speak out when they experience harrassment.

Theo Wargo / Getty Images / Via Twitter: @ArianaGrande

9. Of course she received comments saying that she "portrays herself as sexy" and therefore can't complain. So she shut those the fuck down too.

seeing a lot of "but look how you portray yourself in videos and in your music! you're so sexual!" .... please hold.. next tweet... i repeat

expressing sexuality in art is not an invitation for disrespect !!! just like wearing a short skirt is not asking for assault.

Women's choice. ♡ our bodies, our clothing, our music, our personalities..... sexy, flirty, fun. it is not. an open. invitation.

You are literally saying that if we look a certain way, we are yours to take. But we are not !!! It's our right to express ourselves. ♡

10. And she had zero time for this double standard either.

11. When she attended the Women's March with her grandmother. 😭

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12. And shared the photo with a perfect message.

13. When she was not here for Ryan Seacrest's low-key sexism.

14. Or him prying into her relationship.

15. When she shut down body shaming.

here we go again.... Sure I'm not the only 1 feeling this way today!! in case you need a reminder, you're beautiful🌬

16. And reminded everyone that misogyny is not sexy.

Szenes / Szenes/Epa/REX/Shutterstock / Via Twitter: @ArianaGrande

17. When she revealed she's now unashamed to be called a ~diva~ if it means expressing opinions that are important to her.

18. And, finally, when she had to school the hell out of these radio hosts.

19. And finished with this perfect comment.