Roseanne Barr, celebrated comedian and television personality, recently provided a wry response to a pointed question, adding a humorous twist to a contentious debate.

In a recent interview with Piers Morgan, when asked to define “what is a woman,” Barr replied, “That’s a thing that people who are ungrateful little b*****ds can come out of, and then call you names.”

The statement, delivered with Barr’s trademark tongue-in-cheek humor, comes against a backdrop of growing societal debate about gender definitions.

Although Barr’s comment was undoubtedly humorous, it also highlighted the sacrifices mothers make for their children, a theme familiar to her fans from her well-known television work and her real-life experiences as a mother.

Barr, known for her controversial and straightforward comments, has not been a stranger to criticism. According to an article from Contact Music, she has faced accusations of transphobia in the past but has consistently used humor as a tool to address these critiques.

Barr’s latest quip occurred during an interview on Morgan’s “Piers Morgan Uncensored” show. Barr, 70, was on the show to promote her upcoming “81 Million Jokes” tour.

“Now listen, Roseanne,” Morgan began, “Let me ask you the most difficult question in the world, apparently: What is a woman?”

Barr acted as if she hadn’t heard the question clearly, replying, “How much do I weigh?”

“No. What is a woman?” Morgan repeated, laughing.

“A woman is me,” Barr declared. “A woman is somebody whose breasts hang down to her stomach, and who has a prolapsed uterus from giving birth to five ungrateful little bastards who have never had to work for a thing in their … lives. That’s what a woman is.”

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Moreover, Barr’s humorous statement has to be contextualized within her recent professional history. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Barr has been busy preparing for a comeback with her new stand-up special, “Roseanne Barr: Cancel This!”

The show is set to appear on Fox Nation. The comedian will reportedly reflect on the controversies that have marked her career, including the notorious tweet that led to her show’s cancellation while refusing to back down from her signature provocative humor.

The Daily Wire highlighted this issue by reminding readers that Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson could not define what a woman was when asked by GOP Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn.

“Can you provide a definition for the word ‘woman’?” asked Blackburn.

“Can I provide a definition? No. I can’t,” Jackson answered.

“You can’t?” Blackburn said, surprised.

“Not in this context. I’m not a biologist,” Jackson persisted.

“Do you believe the meaning of the word ‘woman’ is so unclear and controversial that you can’t give me a definition?” Blackburn pressed.

“Senator, in my work as a judge what I do is I address disputes. If there’s a dispute about a definition, people make arguments and I look at the law and I decide,” Jackson dodged.

“The fact that you can’t give me a straight answer about something as fundamental as what a woman is underscores the dangers of the kinds of progressive education that we are hearing about,” Blackburn asserted.

“A woman is me,” Barr declared. “A woman is somebody whose breasts hang down to her stomach, and who has a prolapsed uterus from giving birth to five ungrateful little bastards who have never had to work for a thing in their … lives. That’s what a woman is.”

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Moreover, Barr’s humorous statement has to be contextualized within her recent professional history. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Barr has been busy preparing for a comeback with her new stand-up special, “Roseanne Barr: Cancel This!”

The show is set to appear on Fox Nation. The comedian will reportedly reflect on the controversies that have marked her career, including the notorious tweet that led to her show’s cancellation while refusing to back down from her signature provocative humor.

The Daily Wire highlighted this issue by reminding readers that Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson could not define what a woman was when asked by GOP Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn.

“Can you provide a definition for the word ‘woman’?” asked Blackburn.

“Can I provide a definition? No. I can’t,” Jackson answered.

“You can’t?” Blackburn said, surprised.

“Not in this context. I’m not a biologist,” Jackson persisted.

“Do you believe the meaning of the word ‘woman’ is so unclear and controversial that you can’t give me a definition?” Blackburn pressed.

“Senator, in my work as a judge what I do is I address disputes. If there’s a dispute about a definition, people make arguments and I look at the law and I decide,” Jackson dodged.

“The fact that you can’t give me a straight answer about something as fundamental as what a woman is underscores the dangers of the kinds of progressive education that we are hearing about,” Blackburn asserted.

“A woman is me,” Barr declared. “A woman is somebody whose breasts hang down to her stomach, and who has a prolapsed uterus from giving birth to five ungrateful little bastards who have never had to work for a thing in their … lives. That’s what a woman is.

Moreover, Barr’s humorous statement has to be contextualized within her recent professional history. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Barr has been busy preparing for a comeback with her new stand-up special, “Roseanne Barr: Cancel This!”

The show is set to appear on Fox Nation. The comedian will reportedly reflect on the controversies that have marked her career, including the notorious tweet that led to her show’s cancellation while refusing to back down from her signature provocative humor.

The Daily Wire highlighted this issue by reminding readers that Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson could not define what a woman was when asked by GOP Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn.

“Can you provide a definition for the word ‘woman’?” asked Blackburn

“Can I provide a definition? No. I can’t,” Jackson answered.

“You can’t?” Blackburn said, surprised.

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