If you have something you'd like to see on Rabble send it to:
As long as you do not promote an anti-choice agenda Rabble will post it.
Your name will be kept secret unless otherwise indicated.
Rabble has a Formspring!
Contact Rabble via the askbox!
There are obvious difficulties with “women” trying to do comedy. Firstly the jokes sometimes get caught up in their lovely, long hair and never make it to the microphone. Added to that women all have babies once a year and it all adds up to a quick appointment with Dr. Problems. Another popular charge against “women” is that they only do jokes about the impact of climate change on the migration patterns of birds. An old argument I know but still! How many times have you been at a comedy night and, when it’s announced there is a female comic or two on the bill, have you heard a voice from the crowd mumble “oh God, they’ll probably just go on about migration patterns in birds and how climate change is affecting them… again!” Worse still, how often does this turn out to be actually true? Now don’t get me wrong, there are some great jokes about migrational patterns out there but come on ladies, what about the other important topics of the day like sport and punching each other’s balls
— “Are women becoming TOO funny? (And is it time for a cull?)” - Tom Bell (via scruplesthecat)