Sarah Silverman is speaking out about the "sacrifice" she had to make to grow to be a prosperous comedian.
The 46-year-old comedian took to Twitter Monday night to explain why she chose a career over motherhood.
Regardless of that, a number of fathers took issue with her series of tweets.
"I'm a fan but you jumped the shark with that 1950s stereotype," John Miller Baron wrote. "Wake up and look about. People today sacrifice. Moms and Dads."
She also drew criticism from mothers, including some who chose each youngsters and career.
When columnist and mother of two, Ada Slivinski, tweeted to Silverman that motherhood has "filled my life a lot more than I could have ever imagined," Silverman responded that she was only talking about herself and her fellow female comedians.
In the previous, Silverman, who has been linked to Michael Sheen since 2013, has also said she will under no circumstances marry.
"Why would I want the govt involved in my appreciate life? Ew. It is barbaric," she wrote on Twitter in 2014 when engagement rumors very first sparked.
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