Model and actress Amber Rose has taken to Twitter to promote Slut Walk, an event to raise awareness for victim blaming and slut shaming of sexual assault victims. In a very racy Twitter post, Rose posted a photo of herself lounging on a set of stairs, wearing nothing but a bikini top, shades, and a choker, and an open fur coat, thereby exposing her genital area. The 33-year old captioned the photo, "#amberroseslutwalk http://amberroseslutwalk.com."

Rose promoting Slut Walk this year

This year's Slut Walk will take place in Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles, California on October 1. The event will feature festivities such as sign making, pep rally and entertainment, awareness walk, an art show, pink carpet, musical performances, and celebrity guest appearances.

Donations from the event will also fund "on-site services, such as HIV testing, sexual awareness booths, food vendors, merchandise vendors, and a host of other services." The event is supported by the Amber Rose Foundation, a non-profit organization that is for women's rights and equality issues. It aims to help end sexual violence, victim blaming, and gender inequality.

Slut Walk criticized by many

Amber Rose's Slut Walk isn't without its critics. In fact, Hot 97 associate producer Shani Kulture told the Washington Post in 2015 that he feels Rose is trying to glorify the slut lifestyle. He explained, "It feels like she’s trying to put girl power behind it to make women feel like it’s okay to be this way...I understand, be all you want to be, but be it in private."

Model remains vocal about any issue thrown at her

Amber Rose is notoriously known for being vocal about the issues being thrown at her.

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As a public figure who is active on social media, she is often the subject of comments from people who call her out for her fashion choices and even for her parenting. Rose, who is a mother to a four-year-old from her ex-boyfriend Wiz Khalifa, spoke out via her Instagram after someone commented, "Amber my teenage kids follow you, you should be more of a role model to them."

The mother of one wrote, "Stop looking for famous people to influence your children. I am not a role model to [your] kids...I am not here to raise your children for you or influence them in any way." She proceeded to say that as a woman and a mother, she would never let her son follow an older woman on social media and "will continue to do so until he's an adult and he is able to make his own decisions," implying that she is well aware of the type of content that she posts on her social media, which is inappropriate for younger audiences.