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AmberRoseAndPiersMorganEpicTwitterBattleEruptsOverVH1Host's'Feminist'NudeCrotchShot

Danica
over 2 years Story
Amber Rose And Piers Morgan Epic Twitter Battle Erupts Over VH1 Host's 'Feminist' Nude Crotch Shot

Is Amber Rose a feminist?

That's the question up for discussion since the VH1 talk show host exposed her bush in a racy imaged posted to her Instagram to promote her annual Slut Walk. "Celebrity Apprentice" winner Piers Morgan bashed Rose via Twitter this week stating “This is not feminism. It’s attentionseekingism.”

Morgan further defended his argument using the thoughts of singer Pink. “Here’s what @Pink said about women who use nudity to ‘promote feminism’. I suggest you read this, @DaRealAmberRose,” Morgan sniped. 

Back in March of 2007, Pink tweeted "Shout out to all of the women, across the world, using their brains, their strength, their work ethic, their talent, their "magic" that they were born with, that only they possess. It may not ever bring you as much 'attention' or bank notes as using your body, your sex, your tits and asses, but women like you don't need that kind of 'attention.' In the quiet moments, you will feel something deeper than the fleeting excitement resulting from attention, you will something called pride and self respect. Keep on resisting the urge to cave. You'll never have to make silly excuses for yourself. #internationalwomensday #bestrong"

Ironically Pink has posed nude in the past sooooo....

Not one to back down from an argument, Rose responded to Morgan tweeting, “Pornography? @piersmorgan u seem like the type of guy 2 use porn at ur convenience when ur lonely & horny then down pornstars after.”

Morgan's response? “You seem like type of girl who’d star in it.”

Things quickly turned ugly with the two celebrities trading insults quite with a passion mnot seen since Rose attacked Kanye West with that infamous "booty" tweet.

But in case you were wondering, the rest of the Twitter battle went something like this:

Rose: ”Oh @piersmorgan if I had you in front of me right now I would have you eating out of the palm of my hand you dirty boy.”

Morgan: “So long as it’s just your hand, I’m prepared to risk it.”

Rose: "I would make u my little submissive bitch & u would love every second of it I can see right through u" 


Morgan: “Well, there’s a first time for everything Ms Rose. My worry would be you’d want to live-stream it to Instagram to ‘promote feminism.'”

Rose: “No @piersmorgan I would video tape you masturbating to my picture while apologizing to me then post that on behalf of feminism."

Morgan: “Well that escalated quickly… Shall we have a cup of tea instead & discuss where you’re going wrong re feminism?” 

Before Piers and Amber sit down and hug it out, the question still remains and the discussion still needs to be had.

Do you think Rose's nude photo was an act of feminism?



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  • Christie Lee
    Christie Lee Mogul Influencer
    over 2 years ago United Kingdom

    In re of this photo - would anyone care to support this petition?

    https://www.change.org/p/put-an-end-to-degrading-television-programs-and-media-aimed-at-young-impressionable-girls

    In re of this photo - would anyone care to support this petition?

    https://www.change.org/p/put-an-end-to-degrading-television-programs-and-media-aimed-at-young-impressionable-girls

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • MonicaMonica
    over 2 years ago

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

    IT IS OKAY FOR A WOMAN TO BE NUDE!  CONGRATS TO AMBER ROSE!

  • Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra

    Unequivocally NO! As an individual and certainly as a performer/celeb AR (or any other female or male) has every right to pose her beautiful body. Putting "feminism" on a provocatively posed 1/2 sexily clothed body is a stunt, however that doesn't raise awareness, the bar or attention needed to the issues faced by women OR men who are abused. At the end I imagine the biggest (albeit fleeting) issue that will be discussed is her.  


    The mere fact that nudity in general causes a stir speaks to the human condition at large within our culture.  We still see it "as something".   Perhaps that may be the paradigm to be shifted.  We nit pick silly issues.  Had the women burning their bras fight was focused more on shifting "the reason" WHY they even had to have that fight vs the issues they were fighting for AR would be using her mind and not her behind for attention--or maybe not attention --but to evolve our species in ways equal to our human capacity.

    As I am not a follower of pop culture I know little of AR and if she is as intelligent as she is beautiful. - Um er no...I take that back, after reading her exchange with Piers Morgan.  Actually, this stunt speaks volumes.. 

    Just because ya can doesn't' mean ya should.  Nudity provocative or otherwise--irrelevant.  Provocative nudity to raise awareness to a cause...ineffective publicity stunt.

    Unequivocally NO! As an individual and certainly as a performer/celeb AR (or any other female or male) has every right to pose her beautiful body. Putting "feminism" on a provocatively posed 1/2 sexily clothed body is a stunt, however that doesn't raise awareness, the bar or attention needed to the issues faced by women OR men who are abused. At the end I imagine the biggest (albeit fleeting) issue that will be discussed is her.  


    The mere fact that nudity in general causes a stir speaks to the human condition at large within our culture.  We still see it "as something".   Perhaps that may be the paradigm to be shifted.  We nit pick silly issues.  Had the women burning their bras fight was focused more on shifting "the reason" WHY they even had to have that fight vs the issues they were fighting for AR would be using her mind and not her behind for attention--or maybe not attention --but to evolve our species in ways equal to our human capacity.

    As I am not a follower of pop culture I know little of AR and if she is as intelligent as she is beautiful. - Um er no...I take that back, after reading her exchange with Piers Morgan.  Actually, this stunt speaks volumes.. 

    Just because ya can doesn't' mean ya should.  Nudity provocative or otherwise--irrelevant.  Provocative nudity to raise awareness to a cause...ineffective publicity stunt.

  • cattika
    over 2 years ago

    Give me a break. This was not an act of feminism it was more of Amber Rose attention seeking. I don't see how showing your snatch is feminism. It's actually laughable when people say that it is. 

    Give me a break. This was not an act of feminism it was more of Amber Rose attention seeking. I don't see how showing your snatch is feminism. It's actually laughable when people say that it is. 

  • Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra
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    over 2 years ago

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  • V
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    over 2 years ago New York, NY, United States

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    over 2 years ago New York, NY, United States

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  • V
    over 2 years ago New York, NY, United States

    A woman doing what she wants to do with her body and being in total control of her body is whole-heartedly feminist. The purpose of the Slutwalk that Amber Rose organizes is to empower women by stating that what women choose to wear does not mean they are "asking for it," and that any amount of sexual activity should not degrade or affect a woman's worth. I've seen these marches before, and plenty of women who walk are actually survivors of sexual assault, many of them wearing the same outfit as when they were raped or assaulted and holding signs saying "This is What I Wore - Tell Me I Was 'Asking for It.'" 


    For a man to call a women a slut is giving him permission to treat her a certain way. For women to call other women sluts is truly moving the feminist movement backward, because it deliberately undermes her right as a women to dress and act as she wishes. 

    Also, Amber Rose is enabling women to reclaim the word "slut" as our own (because aren't we all called enough insults already?). I don't think Piers Morgan has any right to be critical, as I'm sure he has never been cat-called walking down the street for wearing a modest outfit (or even sweatpants, in my case) nor has anyone made sexual advances toward him because he looked like "he wanted it." Granted, maybe he never posed nude, but if he did, I doubt anyone would consider him a slut, or whatever the male-equivalent of that would be (oh right, there isn't one).

    A woman doing what she wants to do with her body and being in total control of her body is whole-heartedly feminist. The purpose of the Slutwalk that Amber Rose organizes is to empower women by stating that what women choose to wear does not mean they are "asking for it," and that any amount of sexual activity should not degrade or affect a woman's worth. I've seen these marches before, and plenty of women who walk are actually survivors of sexual assault, many of them wearing the same outfit as when they were raped or assaulted and holding signs saying "This is What I Wore - Tell Me I Was 'Asking for It.'" 


    For a man to call a women a slut is giving him permission to treat her a certain way. For women to call other women sluts is truly moving the feminist movement backward, because it deliberately undermes her right as a women to dress and act as she wishes. 

    Also, Amber Rose is enabling women to reclaim the word "slut" as our own (because aren't we all called enough insults already?). I don't think Piers Morgan has any right to be critical, as I'm sure he has never been cat-called walking down the street for wearing a modest outfit (or even sweatpants, in my case) nor has anyone made sexual advances toward him because he looked like "he wanted it." Granted, maybe he never posed nude, but if he did, I doubt anyone would consider him a slut, or whatever the male-equivalent of that would be (oh right, there isn't one).

    • Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra

      crotch cricket commander   (https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-male-equivalents-of-whore-slut-ho-bitch-skank-tramp-and-hooker)

      crotch cricket commander   (https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-male-equivalents-of-whore-slut-ho-bitch-skank-tramp-and-hooker)

    • Dollahsign
      over 2 years ago

      I'm with you 100%, Virginia Dickens. I think yours is the most cogent writing here. Thank you for decisive reasoning.

      I'm with you 100%, Virginia Dickens. I think yours is the most cogent writing here. Thank you for decisive reasoning.

  • Dollahsign
    over 2 years ago

    I think it is excessive, inappropriate and rather bone-headed.

    I think it is excessive, inappropriate and rather bone-headed.

  • Danica
    over 2 years ago

    What do you think @sealnation?

    What do you think @sealnation?

    • sealnation
      sealnation President of Mogul at Carleton University
      over 2 years ago Ottawa, ON, Canada

      I think this was an act of white feminism! @Danica she isn't really fighting for feminism by exposing her private parts, although she is free to do as she pleases, there are far bigger things to worry about in feminism. Additionally, Amber has never really spoken on black feminism or intersectional feminism so I'm not a big fan

      I think this was an act of white feminism! @Danica she isn't really fighting for feminism by exposing her private parts, although she is free to do as she pleases, there are far bigger things to worry about in feminism. Additionally, Amber has never really spoken on black feminism or intersectional feminism so I'm not a big fan

    • sealnation
      sealnation President of Mogul at Carleton University
      over 2 years ago Ottawa, ON, Canada

      I think this was an act of white feminism! @Danica she isn't really fighting for feminism by exposing her private parts, although she is free to do as she pleases, there are far bigger things to worry about in feminism. Additionally, Amber has never really spoken on black feminism or intersectional feminism so I'm not a big fan

      I think this was an act of white feminism! @Danica she isn't really fighting for feminism by exposing her private parts, although she is free to do as she pleases, there are far bigger things to worry about in feminism. Additionally, Amber has never really spoken on black feminism or intersectional feminism so I'm not a big fan

  • Sasha Blemming
    over 2 years ago New York, NY, United States

    @ahc328  I agree!

    @ahc328  I agree!

  • mka
    mka
    over 2 years ago New York, NY, United States

    This is a tough call.. i see some of her arguments as valid and other times I feel that she slaps on a "this is feminist" sticker on it to justify juvenile behavior

    This is a tough call.. i see some of her arguments as valid and other times I feel that she slaps on a "this is feminist" sticker on it to justify juvenile behavior

    • Danica
      over 2 years ago

      I totally agree with that. 

      I totally agree with that. 

  • Danica
    over 2 years ago

    Does everything a woman does have to branded as feminist? I mean, Feminism is the freedom of a woman to do whatever she wants with her body but I don't Amber's action was an act of feminism. I feel like it was neutral act. If a man sat sprawled on a staircase showing off his junk to advertise an event, I don't know if I would consider an "act of masculinity" or more so just a actor proud of his package.

    Does everything a woman does have to branded as feminist? I mean, Feminism is the freedom of a woman to do whatever she wants with her body but I don't Amber's action was an act of feminism. I feel like it was neutral act. If a man sat sprawled on a staircase showing off his junk to advertise an event, I don't know if I would consider an "act of masculinity" or more so just a actor proud of his package.

    • Dollahsign
      over 2 years ago

      I'm pretty much on agreement with your outlook on this. I'd say no to that "masculinity," though.

      I'm pretty much on agreement with your outlook on this. I'd say no to that "masculinity," though.

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    over 2 years ago

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  • Maddy Bernstein
    over 2 years ago

    Definitely an act of feminism. Bold but I get the point. If she feels comfortable doing this, go for it. But I have to ask, how would we have responded if a guy did this?

    Definitely an act of feminism. Bold but I get the point. If she feels comfortable doing this, go for it. But I have to ask, how would we have responded if a guy did this?


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