9 Jokes From Feminist Comedians From Last Week, To Get You Through This Week

by Liz Magee

Hey, Liz Magee here. If scrolling on your phone is giving you the sads (me too girl, me too), I recommend reading these tweets that are very funny. Once finished, I recommend that you put your phone down and try to stay off it for a full hour. Okay fine, 45 minutes. Okay fine, a half hour.

RuPaul is the only person of power that I would take orders from.

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May Wilkerson was on our list last week, but this one was too funny not to include. Honestly, she’ll probably be on next week’s too since she is brilliant.

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Alex English is a NYC-based comedian and is a writer for Lady Parts Justice, which is “the first not safe for work, rapid response reproductive rights messaging hub that uses comedy, culture and digital media to sound an alarm about the terrifying erosion of reproductive access so people will get off their asses and reclaim their rights.” They’re the best.

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This was obviously in response to Jafar getting awarded TIME’s Person Of The Year. Follow Molly Ruben-Long for more of her responses to all this bullshit.

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If you aren’t one of her 135K followers, get on that. Aparna Nancherla is one of my favorite comedians and she does rad things like write forLate Night with Seth Meyers and record comedy albums.

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Ariel Elias obviously lives in NYC. You should follow her for other gems like this one.

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Myka Fox has one of the best Twitter feeds out there. She hosts a hilarious podcast with Kerryn Feehan called Shame On.

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Sarah Lazarus’ Twitter game is oh so strong. Trust.

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Thaaaaaat’s meeeeee! See you next week!

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Top photo: Aparna Nancherla photographed by Danielle St. Laurent for BUST’s August/September 2016 issue.

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