Ariana Grande Makes a Pretty Valid Point About Feminism

Celebrities on Feminism
Find out what your faves have to say about feminism.
Ariana Grande's Feminist Manifesto
Ariana Grande penned a feminist manifesto on Twitter, and man, is it powerful.

#NotAllMen… are into cars and business.

Ariana Grande would like you to stop stereotyping girl and guys by assigning tabloids and fashion glossies as something for females and science and business publications as men’s magazines. In fact, she finds it offensive that bookstores are classifying it as such.

When her mom, Joan Grande, tweeted out a photo of a shelf filled with gossip rags under a sign that read “Women’s Interests” in comparison to a picture of outdoor and business magazines under a plaque reading “Men’s Interests,” the “Love Me Harder’ singer got a little bit peeved about the sexist categories. Praising her “outspoken, feminist mama,” Ariana wrote:

When she began to receive backlash, as sadly a female often does when she tries to publicly speak her mind, Ariana added:

This summer, the 22-year-old also penned a lengthy feminist manifesto highlighting the prevalent misogyny women everywhere face.

“I know y’all already know this but the double standard and misogyny are still ever present,” she wrote. “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 individuals.”

She added, “I want the people reading this to know they are MORE THAN enough on their own.”