Billy Procida is joined in the studio/his apartment by comedians Jessica Michelle Singleton and Natasha Pearl Hansen. He has not made out with either of them (yet? ever?) but they are hilarious women in town for New York City's She-Devil Comedy Festival. The three comics chat about gender and comedy. These gals implicitly answer the age-old question: Can women be funny? The answer is: DUH!
Jessica recalls her experiences dating comedians and why slut-shaming stigma causes her to turn down certain road gigs. Natasha gives her perspective on dating while making comedy the priority. Billy just wants someone to love him, comedian or not!
Do women need their own comedy festival? Is the industry ready for funny females? Can the Tina Feys one day outweigh the Kim Kardashians of our pop culture? Christ, we hope so. The three analyze the pros and cons of 'affirmative action' comedy booking.
Billy was on the Lust for Life podcast with comedian James Mattern to talk about The Manwhore Podcast and Billy's slutty and not-so-slutty days. You can listen here.
You can see Billy dance his face off at What The Float on Nov. 1. www.whattheflo.at for tickets. You can see Billy perform on Nov. 4 at King's County Saloon in Brooklyn at 9pm (FREE).
This week's episode of The Manwhore Podcast is (acutally) sponsored by Hot Octopuss. Buy yourself or your favorite man a PULSE. Use the code Whore20 for 20% off your very own gubrator! www.hotoctopuss.com
Follow everyone on the Twitters! Billy is @TheBillyProcida. Jessica is @JMScomedy. Natasha is @NPHcomedy.
Keep track of their projects on Natasha's website and Jessica's website.
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