BY HIBA J.
Author of “How To Be A Bad Bitch” and “Slut Walk” enthusiast, Rose channeled some of the most iconic leaders of the feminist movement in her shoot with PAPER Magazine.
Rose posed as the famous Rosie the Riveter “We Can Do It” poster, showing off her muscles in all denim. Rosie the Riveter was an important World War II figure because she represented the American women who worked in factories and shipyards during war, replacing the men that were serving overseas.
In another picture, Amber Rose posed as Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes, two feminist icons of the '70s. Steinem and Pitman Hughes traveled and spoke in many public meetings to raise awareness in the second wave of feminism. This movement found its way to the peak to the civil rights movement with almost no reference to black women, but just to women all together.
Check out the full story and see the all the pictures here.