Is Amy Schumer's 'I Feel Pretty' an offensive approach to body positivity?
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Is Amy Schumer's 'I Feel Pretty' an offensive approach to body positivity?

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Amy Schumer's new comedy "I Feel Pretty" tackles body positivity, but following the release of the film's trailer, plenty of women feel offended more than anything. Critics say portraying Schumer as "unattractive" is unrealistic in world that praises her Eurocentric aesthetic; detractors also argue the film is actually a step backwards by poking fun at different body types. But others supports Schumer's message about all women seeing themselves as confident supermodels. What do you think?

THE VOTES ARE IN!
#IFeelOffended
39.7%
#TeamIFeelPretty
60.3%

Below is the synopsis of "I Feel Pretty," per IMDB

A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?

Watch the trailer, and let us know your thoughts by voting. 

Some women blasted Schumer, claiming her aesthetic fits the Eurocentric, white-dominated beauty standards.

Other critics called out the premise as falling into the "bigger women are ugly" formulaic film type.

Ellen DeGeneres disagrees. She's here for the message.

And some moviegoers are excited about a movie that tackles body positivity in a comically entertaining kind of way.

Critics say it's not very feminist to be attacking how Schumer is relaying her message.

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