When Amy Schumer's name popped up on the cover of Glamour's new plus-size issue, at least one person wasn't exactly thrilled: Amy Schumer. The Trainwreck star took to Twitter and Instagram to express her general befuddlement at the inclusion while also asking for thoughts on the "plus-size" distinction's problematic history. "I think there's nothing wrong with being plus size," Schumer wrote on the 'gram early Tuesday. However, the comedian notes, she falls "between a size 6 and an 8" and was never approached by the publication to be included:

As noted in the multitude of responses to Amy's post, the "plus-size" distinction could very well be considered just another societal constraint intent on labeling the appearance of people—specifically (and most notably) women. This discussion on society's incessant and unfortunate need for size-based classification ultimately prompted a direct response from Cindi Leive, Glamour's editor-in-chief:

"Thanks for sharing your thoughts," Schumer wrote shortly after retweeting some of Leive's response, making a note to awesomely exclude from that thanks anyone who "told [her] what I should feel or what I should have focused on." To mark the occasion of another heated (but ultimately quite friendly) debate, Schumer astutely summarized the discussion's main concerns with this:

Thankfully, we won't have to wait very long for more Amy Schumer truth bombs. Her generally quite good Comedy Central series, Inside Amy Schumer, returns to TV Apr. 21.