Amber Rose is ensuring a united front approach to her previously announced Slut Walk event in Los Angeles, recently revealing that she is willing to set aside all prior disagreements stemming from her much-publicized feud with the Kardashian-Jenners. Speaking with Perez Hilton, Rose says she could hardly call herself a feminist if she allowed the feud to continue. "We're grown," says Rose. "Let's have a conversation. I really want to invite all of [them] to my Slut Walk. It’s hard for me to be a feminist and have those loose ends, because I really don’t want to argue with those girls. It’s not that serious for me."

Back in March, Rose fielded accusations of engaging in slut-shaming — inspired by remarks she made regarding Kim Kardashian's leaked 2003 sex tape with then-boyfriend Ray J. Rose also criticized Kylie Jenner's relationship with Tyga, which prompted equally divisive responses from various members of the Kardashian family. Though some undeniably vitriolic statements were made on both sides of the quickly escalating feud, Rose seems confident that peace can — and should — prevail.

As for the event itself, the Amber Rose Slut Walk is aimed at defeating "women’s equality issues such as sexual injustice, victim blaming, derogatory labeling, and gender inequality." Swiftly proving the necessity for such an event, Rose was immediately met with bafflingly negative Instagram comments and Twitter replies upon announcing Slut Walk — though her succinct response was quite applaudable.