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This Video Hilariously Flips The Script On Sexism In Hollywood

"If I'm with a man who is attractive, I don't really need him to be funny."

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The supremely talented actors Tracee Ellis Ross, Samantha Bee, and Niecy Nash and a host of others lent their talents to People for a video to answer one question: Why aren't men funny?

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Allison Janney and Kate McKinnon also appear in the clip, which expertly flips the sexist things women in entertainment hear all the time by directing their concerns towards men.

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And with celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld once stating that he didn't think there were any funny women in comedy, a video like the one these ladies helped create was long overdue.

Tracee Ellis Ross opens the video with a pretty spot-on impression of how some guys respond when asked about female-driven films, shows, etc...

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...and Samantha Bee follows with a response that's just as great.

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Will men ever be able to see themselves fully represented — on the big screen and small screen — and in a variety of ways? The world may never know.

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And what about all-male comedies? Can films like that perform well at the box office? Who knows?!

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Truth is, the world probably isn't ready for men to dominate the world of entertainment.

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Check out the complete video on People.

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