There's no denying that Amber Rose is one hot mama. And she doesn't really care what anyone has to say about it.
The entrepreneur and mom to 3-year-old son Sebastian is known for the sexy skin-baring selfies she shares with her millions of followers on social media. And as she recently explained to People, despite the constant criticism, she has no plans to stop any time soon.
Or as her bio on Instagram account states: "F*ck yo opinion I do what I want."
In fact, the model mama says she's proud of her body, and so she's raising son Sebastian to respect women, not objectify them. "I'm his mother. My son is not looking at me," she said. "Think about it, if you looked at your mom back in the day at Woodstock and she had on tiny little shorts and a midriff. You would say, 'Wow, Mom, you look dope!'"
Maybe. But having both a teen and a tween in the house, I can tell you from experience that when your kids reach a certain age they definitely start having some very concrete opinions about the moms who rock revealing clothing, most of them based around the phrase "Just don't."
But Rose has faith in Sebastian. "When he's old enough, he's not going to look back at an old picture and say 'God, Mom, why were you dressing like a slut?'" she explained. "He's going to be like, 'Wow, Mom, you were gorgeous and now you're old!'"
I mean, we are all about body positivity so we'll play along. But just call us when he's 13, 'kay?
In the meantime, Rose is bringing back SlutWalk, the event and movement she started last year to fight social injustice and victim-blaming, after a Toronto police officer told a crowd of college women that if they wanted to avoid sexual assault, they shouldn't dress like sluts.
"I saw a picture of a girl that had on pasties and written on her chest it said, 'I'm Still Not Asking For It,'" she told People. "The point is you can wear whatever you want and it's not an invitation."
Which is why Rose is perfectly at peace with all the haters who feel the need to leave nasty remarks about the way she dresses online. "I don't care what anybody says," she said. "I sleep like a baby at night when I see comments like that. Everybody else can talk sh*t- but my son won't."
I really, really, really hope she's right.