Seth Rogen has received widespread praise after he opened up about his and his wife's plans for the future.
The actor made the comments while appearing on The Howard Stern Show to discuss his latest role in Hulu's upcoming series, Pam & Tommy.
The show is about Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and her husband, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, and will detail the scandal after a sex tape of the couple was leaked.
Rogen will play Rand Gauthier, the man who stole the couple's infamous sex tape.
When this beardless selfie was shared last week, the internet descended into a total frenzy - never before had Rogen been seen without his trademark beard and glasses.
But now the beard frenzy has died down a touch, there's something else that people are talking about...
And that's the actor's unashamed honesty on not wanting to have children.
Now, Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller, have been married since October 2011...
And so far, there has yet to be a hint of whether the couple plan on expanding their current family of 2.
Well, according to Rogen, there won't be the pitter-patter of tiny footsteps anytime soon...
Because he and his wife apparently don't want to become parents ever.
Since his revelation, people have been applauding him for "normalizing" child-free marriages...
I love this. Childless marriages. Good for them.— Branden (@ebonhart) May 12, 2021
Normalize child free marriages!— Angry Talese (@talese) May 12, 2021
People are not required to have kids.... at least they are honest with themselves, instead of having kids and neglecting them or handing over to the nanny...— Yeney (@Yen_queen) May 12, 2021
It’s not a requirement. I applaud those who know it’s not right for them instead of bowing to society’s expectations— Minnesota mama (@Minnesotamama3) May 12, 2021
Good for him! People shouldn’t be expected to have kids.— Bitchin Dame (@Bitchin_Dame) May 12, 2021
Amen— Andrew Anderson (@adanderson1983) May 12, 2021
Not everyone wants kids. When they’re little they break things when they grow up they break your heart. And not everyone should be allowed to have kids just because they want to. I mean to avoid raising monsters or ruining the poor children’s lives.— Misanthrope Ⓥ (@misanthropy102) May 12, 2021
In this day and age, who can blame him? The world is extremely over populated already!— Nunyabznes (@Darkforest73) May 12, 2021
Not everyone wants kids,and that's ok.— Natasha Phanor (@nphanor1206) May 12, 2021
He owes me no explanation.— Mary Maltby (@mdmaltby) May 12, 2021
When Stern made the passing comment, "I don't know if you wanted kids or not...," Rogen shook his head and gave a very defiant "no."
He then agreed with Stern that, with all the projects he has going on, he simply wouldn't have the time to be a good father.
"I wouldn't be able to do all this work that I like... People are always like - it's something I think I was uncomfortable answering this before - but they were like, 'How do you do so much?' The answer is I don't have kids ... I have nothing else to do."
The actor also insisted he and his spouse have "so much fun" together because they don't have to spend time looking after children.
"I don't know anyone who gets as much happiness out of their kids as we get out of our non-kids. Like, we're f****** psyched all the time! We're laying in bed on Saturday mornings smoking weed, watching movies naked. If we had kids, we could not be f****** doing this."
Rogen also explained that his wife is even "less thrilled about the idea of children" than he is.
"I would say she wants kids less than I do. I could probably be talked into it; she's like no."
You can listen to what he had to say below.
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