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Louis C.K. Hates Weed, on Top of Everything Else

Pete Davidson reinforced what we already knew—Louis C.K. sucks.
Kara Weisenstein
1.2.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We Talked to the Heckler Who Told Louis C.K. to Take His Dick Out at the Comedy Cellar

"I am four feet away from him, and I yell: ‘Get your dick out!’ He looks at me and makes direct eye contact and says, ‘What?’ And I say: ‘Get your fucking dick out.’"
Drew Schwartz
12.5.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Protesters Showed Up to Louis C.K.'s Latest Set at the Comedy Cellar

They held up signs at the entrance to the venue and asked people to walk out.
Drew Schwartz
10.30.18
comedy

Standup Comedians Explain Why Louis C.K.'s Return Was So Infuriating

"Believe women, cool. But actually care about women?"
Alison Stevenson
9.4.18
comedy

Eleven Netflix Specials by Comics Who Didn't Make Women Watch Them Jack Off

You actually don't have to watch comedy performed by sexual harassers.
Nicole Clark
8.28.18
#metoo

Louis C.K. Receives Standing Ovation at First Set Since Admitting Sexual Misconduct

Months after confirming sexual misconduct allegations against him, Louis C.K. made a surprise appearance at New York City's comedy cellar last night, where he was greeted warmly by a sold-out crowd.
Sirin Kale
8.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Louis C.K. Is Already Back to Doing Standup

The comedian tried out some new material onstage at the Comedy Cellar less than ten months since admitting to his sexual misconduct.
Drew Schwartz
8.28.18
comedy

This Comedian Wants Performers to Boycott Just For Laughs

I sat down with fellow comedian D.J. Mausner to talk about why the world’s biggest comedy festival is an “accessory to sexual assaults.”
Celeste Yim
7.4.18
comedy

Jeremy Piven's Stand-Up Made Me Quit My Comedy Job

The former ‘Entourage’ star has been accused of sexual misconduct by eight women, but my former employer had no problem giving him a stage to perform on.
Jordan Foisy
6.28.18
You Know Who Rules?

Tig Notaro Was Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment in Comedy Long Before #MeToo

The comedian and creator of the show 'One Mississippi' talks about working with an all-women writing room, and putting sexual harassment on the small screen.
Linda Yang
12.8.17
You Know Who Rules?

The Journalists Behind the Louis C.K. Report on Holding Powerful Men Accountable

Broadly spoke with Cara Buckley and Melena Ryzik about the impact of their work and what a future in which women's stories are heard and believed may look like.
Linda Yang
12.6.17
Op-Ed

Garbage 'Apologies' From Men in Power Prove They Don't Understand Consent

Statements from men accused of sexual misconduct have largely sidestepped the allegations against them, using shrouded​ language to divert attention and willfully misconstrue definitions of harassment and assault.
Allie Volpe
11.22.17
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