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?
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