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Amber Rose And Blac Chyna Used Their VMAs Outfits To Make A Feminist Statement

The entertainers used their outfits to reclaim derogatory words used against women.

Amber Rose and Black Chyna showed up to the 2015 MTV VMAs looking stunning, per usual.

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Hair did, nails did, everythang did. 💅

With the VMAs being one of the most popular awards shows of the year, it's no wonder these ladies did their best to stand out.


And stand out they did.

They showed up with two other people, words like "bitch" and "slut" and "whore" emblazoned on their outfits.


"We're basically wanting to just paint a picture of what people say about us already," Chyna said. "We're just trying to embrace it."

The ladies' companions wore outfits with derogatory words, too.

The word "faggot" appears all over their clothing.

Fans of both Amber Rose and Black Chyna were feeling their looks and the message behind it:

I want to go to @DaRealAmberRose's slut walk , I feel like the energy & the amount of strong minded women there would be fucking amazing !

It should be noted: This isn't the first time that women have stood up to reclaim words intended to hurt them.

Women like Kathleen Hanna in the '90s were pioneers of breaking the cookie-cutter mold that's expected of women.

Slay, ladies, SLAY. 🔥