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We Need to Talk

Who told comedians we’re required to laugh at all their jokes?

When comedians grew more sensitive than their audiences

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I saw her unraveling while she paced the stage, and my first thought was, “Whose idea was it to invite this particular comedian?” She’d come to my college campus for comedy night but spent majority of the time complaining that we were “too sensitive.” It just never…

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Check out her 3 Medium pubs: I Do See Color, Tickled and We Need to Talk. (Doggone World and Homegrown are now on Substack.) Visit Shamontiel.com

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