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Annual Slut Walk Features Amber Rose’s As A Bride

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This past Saturday, Amber Rose stepped out in Los Angeles as a beaming bride for the 4th annual Slutwalk.

The 34-year-old was in an all-white corset dress complete with a veil and garter, along with matching thigh-high stockings.

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Accompanying her was a cheeky sign.

It read: “Wife a slut. We’re more fun.”

Rose back in September of 2014, filed for a divorce from the rapper Wiz Khalifa.

But don’t get too excited, she’s not exactly getting married again…

Instead, Rose dawned the dress as a symbol of power.

The walk was designed to give power to women, helping end rape culture as well as victim blaming and body shaming, while educating the public.

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“I feel like my SlutWalk is sexually liberating, body positive and we’re fighting back,” Amber said to E! News. “We’re allowed to be sexy. We’re allowed to dress how we want. It’s not an invitation to touch us inappropriately … we’re just not taking any s–t anymore. It’s done. It’s over.”

Rose also shared with E! News at the Slutwalk on how she has taught Sebastian, her and Khalifa’s son, about consent.

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Sebastian and his “Wife” Stella 😂😩😍

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“He’s 5 years old and he already likes girls and he likes to kiss girls on the lips,” she shared. “Initially, when I first brought him to school, I saw he was kissing girls on the lips and some of the girls were like, ‘Oh Sebastian, stop,” while other girls were like, ‘OK.” And I told him, ‘Baby, when they say no, you can’t lean in and force them to kiss you, buddy. They have to say, ‘OK.’ And if they say, ‘OK,’ then by all means, go ahead and kiss them.’ He’s 5. He’s an innocent little boy. But as he gets older, he’s going to know, ‘My mom taught me if a girl says no, bro, it’s no, and that’s it,” she said.

Amber was inspired to create her own SlutWalk after hearing about the Toronto Slutwalk.

She organized her very first one back in 2015.

“A lot of things pertaining to SlutWalk happened to me,” Rose shared last month with Harper’s BAZAAR, “I didn’t know how to articulate what was going on and why I was feeling this way. It was because I was sexually assaulted, I had been raped, and I was slut-shamed. I was victim-blamed, as well. I didn’t really have words to those things that were happening to me until I started looking online and seeing things and realizing I wasn’t alone, and that I now have a platform where I can help other women who are recovering and healing. It doesn’t matter what we have on,” she continued. “It’s still not an excuse to come and touch me inappropriately or assume I want to f–k you—because I don’t.”

The Slutwalk is making waves in 200 other countries and is a huge part in moving toward gender equality.

To stay tuned for next year’s Slutwalk, click here for more information.

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