Millennials are a truly blessed generation. In 2017 you’re allowed to take off your clothes for men who wish to shove George Washingtons in all unoccupied orifices. Taking off your clothes now battles that same patriarchal objectifying oppression that you once aided and abetted in. Amber Rose has elevated herself to public figure by sharing her community box with the right community last month, in lieu of sharing it with whatever current rapper wishing to attempt coitus with Rose. Rose isn’t about to let her bush leave the spotlight, recently bringing it up again with Refinery29:
People are very uncomfortable with the female body. It’s OK to leak images onto the Internet and people are like, ‘Yeah, that’s so cool.’ But if you actually do it yourself and in a way that’s owning your own sexuality, it’s almost taboo.
In the epic war of third wave American feminism battled out on social media with untalented, pseudo-celebs being the driving force at the helm, Amber Rose believes to have taken one for the team when she decided to expose her rose bush on Twitter and Instagram. The photo in question was to promote her annual Slut Walk where women take back control of their bodies by taking their clothes off. Pure ex-stripper Jedi mind sorcery going on there. Instagram has since taken the photo down because of a direct no nudity policy, but Amber has considered it an assault on women’s issues. She went on to share:
I had them Photoshop out my tattoos to focus on the bush alone. I feel like as women, we always feel like we need to shave or wax — and if we don’t, then we’re considered unkempt or unclean or we’re gonna smell funny. I believe that it’s natural and we shouldn’t be ashamed of it.
While Amber, the self-proclaimed social media martyr of feminism, doesn’t support Instagram’s no nudity policy, imagine if the tables were turned and seeing stray phalluses in abundance on the timeline. Sometimes no nudity policies are needed because we all know why no one goes on chat roulette anymore. Save your tickles for bare tush and bush on Tumblr and Twitter where the wild ones are allowed to roam free.
Photo credit: Amber Rose Instagram