Women of all shapes de­serve love, says Amy Schumer

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Amer­i­can stand-up come­di­enne Amy

Schumer (right) says that women should not ever feel the need to apol­o­gise for their body shape. The 34-year-old got can­did over weight is­sues in Glam­our mag­a­zine’s Au­gust cover story, ad­mit­ting that there’s a ma­jor dif­fer­ence (for men and women), which is ridicu­lous. “We women are taught to eat less un­til we dis­ap­pear. And trained to be­lieve that if you don’t look like ev­ery­one else, then you’re unlov­able. Men are not trained that way,” said chumer.

The rain wreck ac­tor also con­demned the way so­ci­ety trains girls to judge them­selves on how they look. “Men can look like what­ever and still date a su­per­model. I’m proud of what I said. I think it’s good to see some­body say­ing: ‘I have a belly. And I have cel­lulite. And I still de­serve love’. And to not apol­o­gise,” she added.

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