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The insecurities she writes about are so funny and relatable that...she becomes less the comic behind the mic and more your friend who you have more in common with than you ever thought.
I love a funny lady, so it's no surprise that I'm an Amy Schumer fan. But after reading The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo, my feelings for her are taking a new shape: admiration and respect are two that jump to my mind.Â The book is breezy with a lot of great stories, but she continually "goes there" in a way that kept catching me off guard, whether it's about her body image, struggle...