The trailer for Amy Schumer's new movie 'I Feel Pretty' debuted on Youtube.com on Tuesday, but the reviews are all negative, despite the fact that the concept is long overdue. So many "thick" women think they are fat and need to lose weight, when in fact they need to lose the voice in their head that tells them they are fat.
The movie stars Schumer as a weight-obsessed woman named Renee who hates her curves and thinks her love life would improve if she could just be skinny.
Renee hates skinny women, and she even threatens to punch one anorexic chick in her face.
Everything changes one day when Renee falls off an exercise bike and hits her head.
When she awakens from her mild concussion, she suddenly realizes what should have been evident all along -- she's pretty!
After adopting her new attitude, Renee runs around acting like she's a swimsuit model. Her new confidence and high self esteem leaves her friends -- and strangers -- confused.
Naturally, the snowflakes on social media hate the movie for "fat shaming" women.
In fact, 'I Feel Pretty' empowers women to be confident in their bodies.
The movie should be praised for showing women that being fat is all in their minds, and that they are beautiful regardless of what society thinks about their curves.
'I Feel Pretty' proves that you can't please these millennials who were raised by the Internet instead of raised by parents who taught them to build confidence.