I mean, look: Statutory rape is a little different from rape -- a lot different.Rosenblatt objected to how the video was “framed in biblical language.” He also admonished Uncle Sarah for the absence in her life of a (Jewish, presumably) husband and her own brood.
’ It makes me so proud.” The good rabbi will in all likelihood have to hold his breath.Silverman has publicly declared that until all same-sex couples are afforded the same right, she refuses to marry -- she calls it a “cult that doesn’t include everybody.” She also has expressed a reluctance to having children for fear they may inherit the depression that runs in her family. Silverman ended her five-year relationship with Jimmy Kimmel in 2008 -- a union that produced one hit song (“I’m F---ing Matt Damon”) -- and was romantically linked to writer Alec Sulkin in 2010, after introducing herself with a direct message on Twitter.“I have a ton of material for toddlers,” Silverman tells -- in which Silverman voices sweet-toothed video game character Vanellope von Schweetz -- wasn’t intentional but rather a “kind of kismet,” Silverman says, before acknowledging that “both are odd things for me.” And why shouldn't Silverman enter the fray, when even the most hallowed of children's entertainment properties -- -- isn't immune from controversy? VIDEO: Sarah Silverman Takes on Voter Fraud Measures in Potty-Mouthed PSA The show’s host, Jay Leno, made mention of Silverman’s pro-Barack Obama political videos, the most recent of which -- a dirty-minded PSA on voter fraud tactics released six weeks before the presidential election -- went viral, racking up 2.6 million views in a matter of days."That guy created one of the most indelible children's characters of the past generation," Silverman says, referring to Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash, who resigned last week amid multiple allegations of having had sex with minors. (It's a staggering number, especially when you consider that the president's own Election Night victory speech has amassed a little more than 500,000.) She called the video “Let My People Vote” -- a title that drew a scathing rebuke in the from Rabbi Yaakov Rosenblatt.-- wound up taking the comedian more than a year to produce, delayed even further by a launch week marred by technical glitches. Think of it as a 99-cent vacation, allowing overworked parents to indulge in some me-time as Silverman occupies their kids with a round of peek-a-boo or a suspiciously quotidian fairy tale, like the one that begins, “Once upon a time there was a princess, and all she wanted was some coconut water in a glass bottle from Whole Foods.” Spoiler alert: It’s a happy ending. I know technically it was statutory rape, but was it consensual? I guess that’s not the quote I need to be giving." She pauses, then puts on her best Todd Akin voice: "It wasn’t late last month, ditching her tomboy uniform for something she calls “the sexy secretary look” -- her hair worn up in a messy bun, a sheer tangerine top offering viewers a peek-a-boo of a very different nature.
(Watch her tell the story in an exclusive clip on the next page.) VIDEO: Trailer If you find yourself the least bit apprehensive at the thought of leaving young children alone with the 41-year-old Silverman -- a provocative stand-up and actress whose pet topics include rape and racism and who once called summer camp “the second-worst camp for Jews” -- allow her to be the first to set you at ease. She looked hot, and the audience responded in kind with enthusiastic cat calls.