Amy Schumer is being fat-shamed — again. Months after online trolls deemed her to too fat to portray Barbie in a live-action film, a designer is shaming her for wearing a swimsuit on the cover of InStyle's May cover.
South Shore Swimwear owner Dana Duggan used her company's Instagram account to leave a gross comment on InStyle's Instagram post announcing Schumer's cover.
"Come on now!" Duggan commented under the photo. "You could not find anyone better for this cover? Not everyone should be in a swimsuit."
Immediately, fellow commenters defended every woman's right to wear a swimsuit without being fat-shamed.
They wondered how South Shore Swimwear treats its customers.
Duggan doubled down on her fat-shaming comments in a statement to The Huffington Post. She cited her right to free speech and said Schumer looks like a "pig."
"I appreciate the free press. It's called Freedom of Speech," she said. "I can have my opinion and you can have yours. I'm tired of the media and publications trying to push the FAT agenda. It's not healthy and it's not pretty. What is wrong with featuring healthy and fit cover models?"
Time and time again, science has shown that it's impossible to gauge someone's health based on their appearance.
Approximating how healthy Schumer is based on her appearance in a swimsuit is short-sighted and ridiculous. Do better.