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Ariana Grande And Her Mom Are Fed Up With The Sexist Way Magazines Are Sold

Ariana Grande and her mom pointed out the glaring problem with the way we define ”men’s” and “women’s” interests.

Grande’s mom Joan tweeted a split-photo Sunday of a newsstand with men’s and women’s magazines shown on separate racks labeled by “interests.” On the women’s side were tabloids like National Enquirer and InTouch, while Robb Report and Outside were on the men’s side. 

The 22-year-old responded to her mom’s question noting that — gasp! — women like reading about more than celebrity gossip, and that men can enjoy Cosmo. 

Well said, ladies. 

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