Amber Rose Walk On Streets Saying “My Clothes Are Not My Consent”

By Shreya Singh | 1 year ago

Dressed in short clothes and holding a slogan that said, “My Clothes Are Not My Consent,” the women is Los Angeles walked on the road  for first ever slut walk. Read on for more details.

The slut walk was organized to target what activists say are the double standards and victim-blaming that underline a pervasive culture of sexual violence.


The famous model and actor also participated in this walk wearing  revealing clothes and clearly gave out the message that nobody has the right to judge a girl’s character and will through her clothes.

In 2011, the cause happened after an absurd comment of a police officer started this broader movement. If women didn’t want to be raped, they shouldn’t dress “like sluts,” the police officer said.

According to reports of People, the 31-year-old actor carried a sign that  read that stripper have feelings  too. Amber was followed up by hundreds of other ladies in the walk.

A participant at the walk said about Amber that she is not ashamed of her past and that is really cool. She accepts the fact whoever she was.

After walk Rose posted the pictures of her mother, Dorothy on photo sharing site, Instagram where she was holding a plaque card that read, “F— Yo 30 Showers!”

Rumors are that the sign was a reply to her ex-boyfriend  Kanye West who once sat on a radio show that and said: “It’s very hard for a woman to want to be with someone that was with Amber Rose … I had to take 30 showers before I got with Kim [Kardashian].”

It is not the first time that Amber Rose is being seen participating in any event raising voice for women sexism and double standards earlier this year at MTV Video music award she was seen wearing a dress that had slur written all over it.

Amber was also seen in similarly themed Funny or Die video entitled as “Walk of No Shame.”

Photo source: Twitter/Amber Rose