Ariana Grande wants women to "support one another".
The 24-year-old singer has long been a supporter of feminism and has said that whilst "misogyny is ever present", women must come together and stand up for one another, rather than trying to "claw each other down".
She said: "Misogyny is ever present, and we have to be there to support one another. That's really it. It's about the sisterhood. There's no competing in that. We have to lift each other up, not try and claw each other down."
And the idea of being supportive is one the 'Dangerous Woman' hitmaker encourages between all social groups, as she says standing up for one another is "the most important thing" people can do.
She added: "I think the most important thing is to have each other's backs. When you see something or hear something that's upsetting, or someone says something that's upsetting, even if it's not to you, just say something and be there and support each other. It's a scary thing. It's a hectic thing. It's a very real problem."
Ariana also insists she "appreciates people" for who they are, and loves learning about the "quirky, weird, and interesting" things that make people unique.
Speaking to Coveteur.com, the 'Side to Side' singer said: "I appreciate people exactly how they are. There isn't a certain kind of beauty that I look for or appreciate or one thing [that] is more beautiful than the other. I love people's uniqueness. I love the quirky, weird, and interesting - different things about everybody."
The brunette beauty is known for her kind heart, having staged a benefit concert in June to raise funds for those affected by the Manchester terror attack, in which 22 people were killed when a suicide bomber detonated a nail bomb after her concert in the city in May.