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Photos: Amber Rose Leads Hundreds for Her First-Ever 'SlutWalk' in L.A.


Actress and model Amber Rose and hundreds of supporters gathered Saturday in Los Angeles for "SlutWalk" – a reminder to the world, as one sign put it, that "My Clothes Are Not My Consent," according to the Los Angeles Times.
Rose and some of the participants wore revealing clothing for the event, the better to make their point: SlutWalks target what activists say are the double standards and victim-blaming that underline a pervasive culture of sexual violence.
The broader movement was touched off by a police officer's 2011 comment that if women didn't want to be raped, they shouldn't dress "like sluts."
On Saturday, Rose, 31, carrying a sign that read "Strippers Have Feelings Too," marched for a short time, and was joined by a range of women, according to the Times.
"[Rose is] really comfortable in who she is," one participant told the paper. "She's not ashamed of her past."
 
 



Amber's mum carried this placard in reference to Kanye's comments about Amber
"It's very hard for a woman to want to be with someone that's been with Amber Rose...I had to take 30 showers before I got with Kim' Kanye said
Amber responded by saying
'We were happy when we were together!' the mother-of-one said of the pair's two-year relationship. And now all of the sudden, I'm getting slut-shamed because we're not together anymore and it's not fair.'
Slut-shaming is the act of making a person, especially a woman, feel guilty or inferior over certain sexual behaviors, circumstances or desires that are different than the norm.


Photos: Amber Rose Leads Hundreds for Her First-Ever 'SlutWalk' in L.A. Reviewed by jisieike samuel on October 04, 2015 Rating: 5

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