Since she carved out her niche in the music industry, Ariana Grande has proven many times that she’s more than just a talent and a pretty face. More than anything, she is a certified feminist who stands up for her beliefs. Here are the times Grande showed the world that she’s always there to raise a fist for women.

When she blasted Piers Morgan for criticizing her sexuality

After Morgan took a swipe at Grande for allegedly using her nudity to sell records, Grande immediately took to Twitter to answer back, saying women can be sexual and talented, naked and dignified all at the same time. “It’s our choice,” she daringly told Morgan.

When she said naked women should be treated with the same awe as sexy men

Grande doesn’t care about what people think about what she wears. “If you’re going to rave about how sexy a male artist looks with his shirt off, and a woman decides to get in her panties or show her boobies for a photo shoot, she needs to be treated with the same awe and admiration,” she said.

When she fired back at a hater who said she’s like a whore

Responding to a rude comment from a hater who described her as a whore, Grande said she’s free to express her sexuality whenever and wherever she wants to. “The double standard is so boring and exhausting,” she said. “With all due respect, I think it’s time you get your head out of you’re a**. Women can love their bodies too!” she added.

When she called out the media for their sexist interview questions

In response to sexist interview questions, Grande said there’s a long list of things she’d like to change in this world. Citing intolerance, meanness, double standards, misogyny, racism and sexism, she said that there are more important things that the media should focus on than just petty things. “We’ve got work to do,” she said.

When she got real about body shaming

After being body shamed after her NBA All-Star game show with Nicki Minaj, Grande took to Twitter to talk about body shaming. “How about we respect people’s body boundaries and encourage each other to feel like a babe no matter how they are?” she said.

When she said his men don’t define her

Grande has been into different relationships since she started her career. Pointing out that there’s more to her than her relationships, she once asked people to stop referring to her through her men. “I’m tired of needing to be linked to a guy, I’m not Big Sean’s ex, I’m not Niall’s new possible girl, I’m Ariana Grande,” she said.

Ariana Grande Singer Ariana Grande attends the Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 06, 2018, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard