Amber Rose can't wait for her second annual SlutWalk which aims to fight sexual violence, victim blaming, derogatory labels, and gender inequality.
Amber Rose can't wait for her second annual SlutWalk.
The 32-year-old entrepreneur is bringing back the event, which promotes female empowerment and has launched a CrowdRise campaign to raise funds for it.
She told PEOPLE: ''It's going to be much, much bigger and better.
''Last year people didn't quite understand what a SlutWalk was. The number one misconception was people assuming that it was a walk to promote prostitution or promiscuity, which is really stupid. That's the total opposite of what it was.''
And Amber revealed that a number of her famous friends are hoping to get involved this year, including, hopefully, her boyfriend Toronto Raptors player Terrence Ross.
She said: ''People finally get it. Now a number of famous women are reaching out, wanting to be involved, which is a lot more than we had last year.
''[Terence] told me he's going to try his hardest, but if he has to work, I know he'll be there in spirit.
''SlutWalk completely changed my life. I view things differently. I want it to get to the point where calling a girl a 'ho' or a 'slut' is so out of reach. ... We women aren't settling for that anymore.''
Speaking previously about the SlutWalk movement, which aims to fight sexual violence, victim blaming, derogatory labels, and gender inequality, Amber explained: ''As a woman, it's like...f**k! You have to act like a nun for a guy to respect you. And even if you do wait to have sex and you're very comfortable and you do exactly what you want to do in that moment, you still have to be very careful because you don't want to be looked at as a ho. How do you win? You do exactly what you want to do. And if it doesn't work out, then he's just not meant for you.''
The 2016 SlutWalk will take place in Los Angeles on October 1.