Ariana Grande
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Ariana Grande has come a long way since that infamous donut scandal of 2015.

The ponytail-loving vocalist has made it her mission to speak out against sexism and gender stereotypes. She uses her social media platforms to call out everyday sexism, and she even shut down two radio personalities who asked her stereotypical questions that focused on makeup and cell phones — not her talent. 

Now, Ariana is coming after a stranger who made sexual comments about her in front of her boyfriend, Mac Miller.

Ariana and Mac Miller were grabbing a bite to eat when a "fan" approached them.

Ariana Grande Mac Miller
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"Went to pick up food with my boyfriend tonight and a young boy followed us to the car to tell Mac that he’s a big fan," Ariana posted on Twitter. "He was loud and excited and by the time M was seated in the driver's seat, he was literally almost in the car with us.”

Ariana told her Twitter followers that the encounter was "cute" and "exciting" — until the stranger made an inappropriate comment that stopped her in her tracks.

Ariana Grande Mac Miller
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She continued:

I thought all of this was cute and exciting until he said, 'Ariana is sexy as hell, man. I see you, I see you hitting that!' *pause* Hitting that? The f--k? This may not seem like a big deal to some of you, but I felt sick and objectified. I was also sitting right there when he said it. 

She said she felt “really quiet and hurt” after the incident, adding that it’s moments like that which “contribute to women’s sense of fear and inadequacy.”

Ariana Grande
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"I am not a piece of meat that a man gets to utilize for his pleasure," Ariana wrote. "I’m an adult human being in a relationship with a man who treats me with love and respect. It hurts my heart that so many young people are so comfortable enough using these phrases and objectifying women with such ease.”

Ariana concluded the lengthy Twitter post by reminding women that they are queens, and she urged her followers to speak up about their own experiences.

"We need to talk about these moments openly because they are harmful and they live on inside of us as shame," she insisted. "We need to share and be vocal when something makes us feel uncomfortable because if we don’t, it will just continue. We are not objects or prizes. We are QUEENS.”

Tell 'em, Ari.

Ariana Grande
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By calling out her objectifier, Ariana was able to rise above her awful experience and helped other women in the process. What a queen.