(Variety) -- Amy Schumer is firing back at critics — specifically, those who claim her material is racially insensitive.
In a Twitter post the comedian put online Sunday morning, Schumer refused to tone down her comedy on race amid recent criticism.
"I am a comic. I am so glad more people are laughing at me and with me all of a sudden," she wrote. "I will joke about things you like and I will joke about things you aren't comfortable with. And that's ok. Stick with me and trust I am joking."
"I go in and out of playing an irreverent idiot," she went on. "That includes making dumb jokes involving race. I enjoy playing the girl who time to time says the dumbest thing possible and playing with race is a thing we are not supposed to do, which is what makes it so fun for comics," she continued. "You can call it a 'blind spot for racism' or 'lazy' but you are wrong. It is a joke and it is funny. I know that because people laugh at it."
Her post seems to be a direct response to an article posted by The Guardian this weekend, saying her comedy "has a shockingly large blind spot around race."
Schumer also recently responded on Twitter to a similarly critical article from the Daily Beast, which said she "is being called subversive and transgressive, the truth is that many of her jokes aren't as enlightened as they might seem."
Schumer ended her message by saying that she is not a racist, and her goal is that everyone is treated equally. Read her message in full below.
Amy Schumer won't do 'safe material' despite claims of racial insensitivity
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