Ariana Grande, "Dangerous Woman" Video

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Ariana Grande has no time for sexists.

The "Dangerous Woman" songstress has never shied away from her haters, and she took the opportunity again Saturday to shut down one user on Facebook who called her a "whore." A commenter wrote on one of the singer's posts, "Ariana all respect, but dangerous woman I loved but the trouble is that in he [sic] video salts like a whore!...sorry for the rudeness, I only just said the truth...SORRY."

But the "Problem" singer wasn't going to stand for that—or any of the double standards plaguing women today—so she responded to the user in another comment. "When will people stop being offended by women showing skin/expressing sexuality? men take their shirts off / express their sexuality on stage, in videos, on instagram, anywhere they want to...all. the. time," she wrote. "The double standard is so boring and exhausting. with all due respect, i think it's time you get your head out of your ass. woman [sic] can love their bodies too!!"

Ariana Grande, Facebook Post

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Boom. Roasted.

This is hardly the first time Grande has vocalized her thoughts about the treatment of women in the media. Last year she went on a Twitter rant to address the problem that women are often defined by the men they date.

"Being 'empowered' is not the same as being a 'bitch,'" she tweeted, adding, "I am tired of living in a world where women are mostly referred to as a man's past, present or future PROPERTY/POSSESSION."

She continued, "I can't wait to live in a world where people are not valued by who they're dating/married to/attached to, having sex with (or not)/seen with but by their value as an individual."

Preach, girl. Preach.

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