Ariana Grande is calling out double standards when it comes to women expressing their sexuality.
The 22-year-old singer posted a visual from her music video for "Dangerous Woman" on Facebook late last month, and on Saturday, she responded to a Facebook commenter criticizing her.
"Ariana all respect, but 'Dangerous Woman' I loved but the trouble is that in he [sic] video salts like a wh*re!," the comment reads. "Sorry for the rudeness, I only just said the truth.... SORRY Ariana Grande."
Obviously, Ariana wasn't having it.
"When will people stop being offended by women showing skin/expressing sexuality?" Ariana wrote back. "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 a**," she added. "Woman can love their bodies too!!"
This isn't the first time Ariana has defended her right to show sexuality. Last September, she talked about her sexy image in a Q&A for V magazine with her Scream Queens boss, Ryan Murphy.
"Some days I feel more comfortable using sexuality in my work, and then some days I feel like being a little more reserved," she explained. "I think that's why I'm in the middle of this whole conversation of, 'What is she? Is she a good girl or is she a bad girl?' I think that I'm both. I don't need to be either."
"I don't need to be a pop princess who is America's sweetheart or the next rebellious, wild, young thing," she continued. "I don't need to pick or choose. I can show skin and swear like a sailor but also be a good role model. I think that I'm a good person. I don't think cursing makes you a bad person. I don't think showing skin or kissing boys makes you a bad person. I don't think that expressing sexuality makes you a bad person at all. I don’t think that's bad…I think it's great!"
Last month, she also threw her support behind Kesha.
"The incredible double standards that we [women] face on a daily basis, in the industry and just in the world, it's shocking," Ariana told Carson Daly during her appearance on 97.1 AMP Radio's Daly Download. "I would be so amused, and pardon me if this comes across as sexist, but I don't think a male artist would be in this position right now. Sorry."
"If I'm speaking out about something I'm passionate about, I'm willing to take the brunt for fighting for what I believe in," she added. "And my fellow women are definitely something that I will always be one of the first to speak up about."