For the London leg of her "Red Sparrow" press tour, Jennifer Lawrence chose to wear a slinky black gown — and she looked incredible.

Jennifer Lawrence's "revealing" dress that she wore in the cold
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*Insert fire emoji*

The photo call took place outside, but Lawrence paid no mind to the windy, 40-degree weather. 

Jennifer Lawrence's "revealing" dress in London
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She wanted to wear her Versace dress, so she wore her Versace dress — even outdoors.

However, the internet immediately started comparing Lawrence's gown to her male co-stars' heavy coats and winter attire.

Jennifer Lawrence's "revealing" dress compared to her male co-stars' bundled-up outfits.
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Trolls expressed "worry" over the fact that Lawrence — the only woman in the photo — was "forced" to wear a sexy outfit while the men could wear warmer clothing. 

But Lawrence found the internet's fake concern to be infuriatingly sexist. 

Jennifer Lawrence's response to concern over her "revealing" dress in the cold
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She addressed the controversy in a scathing Facebook post. 

"Wow," Lawrence began. "I don't really know where to get started on this 'Jennifer Lawrence wearing a revealing dress in the cold' controversy. This is not only utterly ridiculous, I am extremely offended. That Versace dress was fabulous, you think I'm going to cover that gorgeous dress up with a coat and a scarf?"

She noted that she was only outside for five minutes, but that is beside the point. 

"I was outside for 5 minutes [but] I would have stood in the snow for that dress because I love fashion and that was my choice," Lawrence continued. "This is sexist, this is ridiculous, this is not feminism."

Lawrence is allowed to wear whatever she wants, whenever she wants. 

Jennifer Lawrence in her "revealing" black Versace gown in London
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No one "made" her wear the gown outdoors.

"Everything you see me wear is my choice," Lawrence wrote. "And if I want to be cold THATS MY CHOICE TOO!"

She concluded her post with a final warning to her followers.

"Overreacting about everything someone says or does, creating controversy over silly innocuous things such as what I choose to wear or not wear, is not moving us forward," Lawrence insisted. "It's creating silly distractions from real issues. Get a grip people."

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