Amber Rose Would Like You to Stop Slut Shaming Kim Kardashian

Amber Rose Comes to Kim Kardashian's Defense
Don't you dare try to slut shame someone in front of Amber Rose.

Aside from the Kanye West connection, Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian have a lot in common: They’re both strong, powerful women. They’re both successful entrepreneurs. And, unfortunately, they’re a constant target for slut shamers.

As a diehard feminist, Rose refuses to stay silent as people continue to overlook her achievements by bringing up her stripper past. Though she hasn’t always seen eye-to-eye with Kardashian, combating misogynistic behavior is one thing she feels like they can both get behind.

“I’ve established myself. I’m a business woman. I have my own company. I’m the CEO of my own company. I have my own production company. I have accomplished so many things and people will still refer to me as an ex-girlfriend or a former stripper,” Rose tells Celebuzz in an exclusive interview. “They don’t do that to men — ever.”

“Even with Kim Kardashian, the most famous woman in the world, people still constantly talk about her sex tape,” she explains. “It’s just the fact that we’re women.”

As a mom like Kardashian, Rose wants the world to know that women — especially mothers — should not be shamed for their bodies. In fact, she feels they should be able to embrace their sexuality freely.

“When it comes to women, we’re not allowed to be sexy, especially after children. We’re not allowed to be sexual beings or talk about sex or dress sexy,” she says. “It’s a double standard and this is what I fight for single every day. I wish I had more women who had my back because I feel like I’m the only one that’s really going hard for this.”

These days, the 32-year-old is busy preparing for her second annual Amber Rose SlutWalk Festival, a Los Angeles gathering that promotes the discussion about women’s rights and gender equality. This year, Flirt Cosmetics, which recently launched its Flashes lash applicator with Rose, has waved the admission fee for all attendees.

“It grown so much in one year. We have huge, huge brand getting behind us who understands it,” she tells us the upcoming SlutWalk, happening on Oct. 1. “I’m just excited. People are going to be really happy.”