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Ariana Grande And Her Mom Shared Empowering Views On Gender Inequality

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THE ONLY DOUGHNUTS ARIANA GRANDE AND HER MOM ARE LICKING NOWADAYS ARE THE DOUGHNUTS OF FEMALE EQUALITY AND WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT, SOCIETY!

Let's be real for a second. Ariana Grande and Gloria Steinem are probably not going to be mentioned in the same sentence anytime soon, unless that sentence is, “Although I have no concrete proof of this, I'm positive Gloria Steinem hates Ariana Grande."

I mean, there's nothing wrong with that. They fill different functions in society. Gloria speaks out on women's empowerment through action, and Ariana was an integral part of “Bang Bang.”

Their two paths don't need to meet because the world doesn't really need them to meet.

That may all be changing soon, though, as this past weekend featured Ariana and her mom, Joan Grande -- great mom name -- using their social media presences and celebrity statuses to speak out on gender inequality issues.

On Sunday morning, Joan -- once again, amazing mom name -- tweeted this picture showing a magazine stand with clearly marked men's and women's sections.

What's wrong with this picture?? pic.twitter.com/NJOi4sUyHs — Joan Grande (@joangrande) October 18, 2015

Ariana tweeted back at Momma Grande, who should really be named “Joan Venti.”

@joangrande oh! so women are only interested in tabloids& if I want to read about cars, business, science I have to go to the MEN'S section? — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 18, 2015
@joangrande and I know mannnnnnnny men who are going to the magazine section for a Cosmo or Vogue or an Elle! — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 18, 2015

ARIANA WASN'T DONE YET, AMERICA.

ugh.. I love u my outspoken, feminist mama. #EveryonesInterests #MenReadCosmoAndVogue #WomenReadForbesAndRobbReport https://t.co/DD2HPDtAWy — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 18, 2015

OK, SOCIETY! ARIANA GRANDE IS HERE, AND SHE WANTS CHANGE! IF YOU HAVE A "PROBLEM" WITH THAT, I SUGGEST YOU TAKE IT UP WITH JOAN!

Citations: Ariana Grande Her Mom Stand Up For Gender Equality Proving Feminism Runs In The Family (Bustle)