Amber Rose on How the Slut Walk Became Part of Her Life’s Work

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Rape culture in the United States is a toxin that is visibly tearing the country apart at the seams. According to RAINN, an American is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds and one out of every six women have survived an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime. While the #MeToo movement has served as a reckoning in Hollywood, there are still so many places that struggle to believe women and hold the men who have harmed them accountable for their behavior. Right now, the world is watching as the FBI undergoes an investigation on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh following Christine Blasey Ford’s decision to testify against him in court for a sexual assault that was committed decades ago. Despite the spectacle of the hearing and all of the lies that have been told, the White House continues to endorse its support of Kavanaugh.

But Amber Rose will not be silent about these issues. Anyone that has been following the platform of this model, actress, activist, and entrepreneur is fully aware that Muva (also known as Captain Save A Hoe) refuses to back down from the fight for women’s rights. This weekend, Rose will host her fourth annual Slut Walk in Los Angeles. What started as a one-day event in the heart of downtown LA has transformed into a massive movement.

The initial purpose of the Slut Walk is to “uplift, empower and enhance the platform of women across the globe,” but the overarching mission is about raising awareness about sexual injustice, domestic violence, gender inequality. Scroll down to learn more about Rose’s ongoing mission ahead of the event in this exclusive interview.

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