Amy Schumer Points Out The Real Issue With Her Plus-Size Glamour Magazine Drama

"We don't need these labels. We don't need 'em."

Amy Schumer made waves last month when she took issue with Glamour Magazine for including her in its "special interest" plus-size issue.

The "Trainwreck" star acknowledged that "there's nothing wrong with being plus-size," but pointed out she wears a size 6 or 8 and that including her sent a bad image to young women reading the magazine.

The controversy prompted a slew of arguments both in support and against Schumer's comments. She took the opportunity Tuesday to speak out on the topic -- and what she has learned from the whole experience -- during a hilarious appearance on "The Tonight Show."

"I love Glamour magazine, they have been so nice to me. They have done so many great things for women. But what I learned is that people really don't really like being classified as plus-size. We don't need these labels. We don't need 'em," she told Jimmy Fallon as she proceeded act very un-"Glamour."

Schumer's argument is not new: bad labels have plagued not just the fashion industry, but society in general, for decades. But regardless of what you think about her reaction, she makes a valid point. Labels, like "special edition" plus-size issues of a magazine, are unnecessary.

Check out the video above.

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