Rose, 32, wore a black corseted bodysuit, fishnet tights, over-the-knee boots and a black lace coat at the event, which seeks to put an end to slut-shaming. Chyna, 28, was dressed in a curve-hugging cream dress, thigh high-boots and a jacket.
Kendra Wilkinson, 31, also attended the event in L.A.'s Pershing Square, clad in a hot-pink lace leotard, Daisy Dukes and over-the-knee black boots. The former Playboy model shared a photo on Instagram showing her pole-dancing on a party bus headed to the festival.
Some women took Rose's directive to dress in their sluttiest attire to heart, walking topless with tape covering their nipples. And while the How to Be a Bad Bitch author sought to spread the message of female empowerment at the event, several protectors crashed the march, shouting abuse at the women and holding signs that said "Repent or perish."
But that didn't deter the Loveline With Amber Rose host, who posted video from the SlutWalk on Instagram, captioning it, "Epic!"
Earlier this week, Rose spoke out on her Play.it network podcast about feeling "body-shamed" by Julianne Hough after she danced the salsa with pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy on Dancing With the Stars.
"It was a point in the dance where I had to lift my leg up and Maks dipped me and [Julianne] said, 'Oh, I'm uncomfortable,' and I instantly, I felt, I did feel body-shamed," she said.
"You know, all the beautiful professional dancers that are on Dancing With the Stars, I mean they dress very sexy and they do splits and they grind up on these guys and they look absolutely stunning and they get a standing ovation," she continued. "And for me, and my body, my hips, my ass, my breasts, made her uncomfortable."
Hough later said that the comment was taken out of context.
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