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Watch Ariana Grande Flawlessly Shut Down These Dumb Sexist Interview Questions

It's time to stop asking sexist questions.

Mashable reports ​Ariana Grande found herself on the receiving end of some pretty dumb sexist questions and basically handled them like a boss, naturally. 

It's a probably a good idea to stop asking women really terrible sexist questions that reduce them to weak-ass gender stereotypes that no one finds amusing or relevant anymore. It's an ​especially ​good idea to stop doing that to Ariana, because she has clearly had enough. Last week, Ariana was doing an interview on Power 106 in support of her new single "Focus" when she was hit by a few questions that were dripping in sexism.

"​Is that what you think girls have trouble choosing between?" Ariana asked, dumbfounded. "Is this what men assuming that that's what girls would have to choose between?"​

You can actually hear her eyes rolling into the back of her head during this part of the interview. If you think this is just a misstep and they are about to get back to asking this artist about her music oh golly are you wrong. 

When she explains to them that contrary to every dumb joke they've heard from bad stand-up comedians in the 90s, women are not phone-addicted zombies and she is quite fine without her cellphone, thanks, they hold her up as an example. 

"Ladies, learn!" says one host. "Listen and learn, ladies!" 

"Boys, ​learn​," Ariana snaps back. Because it is not just women who do this and attempting to force a goddess like Ariana into your bad comedy routine is stupid, stupid, stupid. You must please watch her eyes when she says this—you can actually ​feel ​the men in the room get taught.

But it's not over yet.

When they start talking about emojis she likes, the DJ again makes a dopey comment about girls and the kind of "boys" (ugh) who use the unicorn. Here we go again, Ariana.

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​"Many boys use the unicorn," she corrected him. "You need a little brushing up about equality." And when they try to recover with an inexplicable "boys versus men" comment, Ariana rightly asks "who says the unicorn emoji isn't for men?"​

After all that, Ariana has second thoughts about hanging out with the crew from Power 106. 

Check out the interview below (Ariana's superb scolding starts around 16:20).

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.