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  • 10 Jokes About Rape That Are Actually Funny

    Again the internet is plagued with feminists, comedians and everyone in between arguing unabashedly about whether the topic of rape has a place in comedy. Comedy is out there for people to deal with what is getting talked about, to face it, not marginalize it (although it certainly can and many cases has). That line of marginalization is what is being argued about and a fine line it is. Whatever your opinion is on the subject, do you think that without comedians making these jokes anyone would be reading any feminist rants about rape? Ten to twenty years ago feminist bloggers such as Lindy West wouldn’t get the time of day outside of a few niche outlets with audiences that already agreed with the majority of her perspective. By making jokes about rape, you bring it into a position where you can talk about it which is what people are doing and like many other controversial topics in the past in comedy, people will get offended as they should because we need debates on the subject. It is a huge problem in the World that people need to care about, talk about, learn about and yes, even in some cases laugh about. Here are some jokes made by well established comedians, male and female, that are actually funny.

    michaeljs5 a year ago 6 responses

  • Top 10 Comedians You Should Follow On Twitter

    Every comedian uses twitter. Some just out of promotion, some use it religiously. These comedians not only tweet jokes consistently that are actually good, but engage with their fans on twitter very often as well.Despite comedians hating lists, especially when they’re not on them, this list features the best comedy you can find on twitter.

    michaeljs5 a year ago 3 responses

  • Why You Should Be Watching Portlandia

    Portlandia Airs Friday Nights at 10PM/9PM Central on IFC Portlandia is a satirical take on modern counter-culture. Based in Portland, Oregon, with the majority of the characters played by SNL Veteran Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, the show is an entertaining advocate for being weird. Several hipster stereotypes such as DJ-ing, pickling, technology fads, intellectualism, coffee shop humor, environmentalism, etc.. are played upon in different episodes, demonstrating that in the pursuit of individualism and differentiating ourselves through trends or innovation, we wind up being very ordinary, really, and yet very impressive too.

    michaeljs5 a year ago 4 responses