Despite being a sex symbol herself Amber Rose says, “I teach my son that a woman’s body is not a sexual object.” The SlutWalk creator admits that she embraces her plus size, cellulite and all!
Being known as a sex object in hip-hop, Amber Rose has changed since her days with Kanye West. The SlutWalk creator and Feminist is all about body positivity these days. Read on to get some interesting advice from Amber Rose…
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Amber Rose, the fearless figure in the modern-day feminist movement lives her life how she sees fit. She’s so much more than meets the eye!
These days, Amber continues to speak to ALL women. She is taking things to the next level by bringing that bold and unapologetic attitude to the plus size fashion space, teaming up beloved clothing brand, Simply Be,
Amber will be curating a collection of affordable womenswear called Amber Rose x Simply Be. For more details about her new clothing line head over to CelebNFashion247.com…
As for, Amber she explains why she is all about body positivity these days.
After I had my son, I was plus size. I had never been plus size before. I remember trying to find things that fit me, and it was very difficult. I’ve experienced both sides. There [are] girls that are plus size and I [wanted] to make sure that they feel beautiful and confident in these clothes as well. That was important.
I teach my son that a woman’s body is not a sexual object. It’s human anatomy. I have feminine paintings all over the walls [and] pictures of naked women. My son is so used to seeing it, [so] it’s not weird to him. I feel like as parents when we talk to our children [and] make things very taboo and sexual and weird, or we’re like, “No, no, no, don’t look. I’m naked. Don’t come in,” it makes them be like, “Why? What’s the big deal?” When you don’t make things a big deal like that, [they are] going to fully understand that the female body is [just] human anatomy.
Rose goes on to admit that she embraces her plus size, cellulite, and all saying:
Being confident in who they are. People are [always] like, “Amber, how do you get the perfect body?” One, I do not have a perfect body. I have cellulite all over my legs. I grew up in Philly eating cheesesteaks and pork sandwiches and culturally, I grew up very Italian eating fatty foods. I’ve always had cellulite. Every woman in my family do. I embrace it. I have it, I’m a woman, it’s natural.
Read the full interview at TeenVogue…