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Ariana Grande Just Taught a Fan Who Called Her a 'Whore' a Valuable Lesson in Feminism

An Ariana Grande fan tried to slut-shame the singer for her "Dangerous Woman Visual 1" video. It didn't go well for him.

Back on March 31, a Facebook user who goes by the name Jonathan Alexis Muñoz informed the singer, with "all respect," that she looked like a whore in the video.

"Ariana all respect, but dangerous woman I loved but the trouble is that in he video salts like a whore!.. sorry for the rudeness, I only just said the truth.... SORRY Ariana Grande"

In the sexy video, Grande sings about feeling like a "dangerous woman" while wearing lingerie and at times laying on a bed.

Grande wasn't having any of this slut-shaming, even from a self-professed fan. Here's how she responded after she dove back into the comments section on Saturday.

"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. 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 can love their bodies too!! ♡"

Grande is not the first celebrity to fight slut-shaming. Amber Rose used the #freethenipple hashtag to announce her upcoming Slutwalk event, which is aimed at fighting back against the sexual double standards faced by women. She announced it in grand Amber Rose fashion.

Last month, Kim Kardashian West and Emily Ratajkowski posted a topless photos of themselves, encouraging women to feel more comfortable with their bodies.

Kardashian West was famously slut-shamed for a sex tape with ex-boyfriend Ray J and Emily Ratajkowski has talked about her experience being slut-shamed as a young girl.

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