Body shaming has been slapped by numerous influential figures in recent time. Well, we hear many a time that the feminists backlash the stigma that urges beauty to come out only from a fatless body and we agree that the approach may be an end result of male chauvinism, which asks the women to look sensual in a typical skinny figure. Currently this approach has been criticized by Emmy award winner and comedian Amy Schumer, who joins the rebellious chorus by expressing her struggle being out of the box regarding the typical concept of beauty.
In an interview for “Today” Schumer revealed how her dressing sense evolved with days especially how it turns good with the appreciating assistance of stylist Leesa Evans, whom Schumer met during “Trainwreck”. The interview digs out Amy’s view on the myth of being thin in the international glamour world, especially in the Hollywood canvas.
She credits her stylist who gave her the tips and tools necessary on “how to dress and feel good”, while admitting her own securities. The comedian wants to inspire more women through fashion and pass along the styling tips she learned from Evans.
The “Inside Amy Schumer” star clearly points out that one of her goal is to debunk the typified myth that may boost the confidence in the women who don’t want to follow the league of thins. Appearing in her first HBO stand-up special Saturday, the comedian admitted she approached her humor with a similar agenda by peeling back the curtain on unrealistic Hollywood standards. The show we are talking about “Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo” premieres on Saturday, October 17 on HBO where the funny bone explores that none of the Hollywood actresses are naturally slim rather they are starving.
The 34-year-old comedy storm generator adds another impressive step in her list of recent accomplishments by partnering with Goodwill of Southern California for a cause. The standup comedian will co-host a workshop for women about empowerment through style.
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