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Amy Schumer slams Glamour for including her in plus-size issue: "We are done with these unnecessary labels"

Schumer asked for reactions to the issue on Twitter and sparked conversation on size separation and more


Brendan Gauthier
April 6, 2016 12:17AM (UTC)

For their latest issue, Glamour Magazine partnered with Lane Bryant to put out their first plus-size-only issue.

Among the women featured are cover-model Ashley Graham and "women who inspire us," Melissa McCarthy, Adele, and Amy Schumer.

At least one of the women, Schumer, wasn't aware that she would be featured in this context — a plus sized inspiration. In protest, she posted the following:

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The post garnered varied responses from influential women in entertainment and the media, from "Saturday Night Live"'s Aidy Bryant to author/rock star/"Portlandia" co-creator Carrie Brownstein and "Bad Feminist" author and novelist Roxane Gay:

And, in conclusion:


Brendan Gauthier

Brendan Gauthier is a freelance writer.

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