Amber Rose used to be an underage stripper. The 33-year-old business woman has spoken extensively about it, organized "Slut Walks," and called out Kanye West and Khloé Kardashian for attempting to slut-shame her. 

Rose has become has an outspoken advocate for agency and pleasure in feminism. Yet, she's met with gendered hatred even she encourages women to embrace their bodies.

After Kendrick Lamar rapped about being tired of Photoshop, Rose echoed his sentiments in an April 23 Instagram post.

Trappin #cellulite #stretchmarks ????

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The video shows her flaunting her body — stretch marks, cellulite, and all — without digital altering.

Many women applauded her for sharing her body so openly...

...however, those affirming comments were quickly overshadowed by ones that graphically sexualized Rose.

Other men slut-shamed Rose and accused her of getting extensive plastic surgery.

Unfortunately, Rose is accustomed to being slut-shamed for daring to be open about and in control of her sexuality.

In a 2015 interview with "The Breakfast Club," her ex-boyfriend Kanye West said he had to "take three showers" after being in a relationship with her. Her ex-husband Wiz Khalifa also slut-shamed her after she had a threesome.

Rather than shuttering and remaining silent, Rose decided to organize Slut Walks around the country to reclaim the word and empower women's agency.

"Woman get bullied constantly for things that we didn't do, or things that we did do, things that we were very comfortable doing," she said on her Vh1 show in September. "Shaming is out of control, from slut shaming to body shaming to victim blaming. I get ridiculed constantly. I get harassed so much in the club… it doesn't matter what I have on... they'll kind of like go underneath and like grab my ass, girls and guys."

Rose's body belongs to her — and nobody else.

She doesn't have to be righteous to gain respect. Slut-shaming is not the price women have to pay for being vocal. Do better.