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6 Times Ariana Grande Shut Down Sexists

Don't need permission, made my decision...to school every sexist out there

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When she had to school these radio DJs

"You need a little brushing up on equality over here," Ariana said after some Power 106 hosts spilled out a bunch of gender stereotypes that dealt with makeup, emojis and phone time.

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"I'm Ariana Grande and if that's not interesting enough, don't talk to me"

Grande was fed up with getting a lot of boy-centric questions while promoting My Everything, so she gave the interviewers a little lesson. The above video is what happened when she left.

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When her mom called out sexist magazine displays

When Ari's mom pointed out the frustrating gender segregation in bookstores, she had to chime in.

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When she slayed Bette Midler with kindness

After Bette Midler told the Guardian that Grande uses sex to sell music, Ariana had the classiest response:

"Bette was always a feminist who stood for women being able to do whatever the F they wanted without judgement! Not sure where that Bette went but I want that sexy mermaid back!!! Always a fan no matter what my love"

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When she wrote her feminist manifesto

You know Ariana is a boss, but some people say her demands are too "diva." Grande attacked those claims head on in this essay. The timing of her writing was also important because ex-boyfriend Big Sean had just dropped a song where he rapped, "I ain't even gonna lie, I got a million dollar chick / With a billion dollar pussy."

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"Women can love their bodies too!!"

When a misogynist Facebook troll decided to give Ariana Grande a piece of his mind, Ari explained the double standard of sexuality in art, saying it's "exhausting."

And the reason why it's so "exhausting" is because she's had to do this on MULTIPLE occasions.

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