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I think it's because guys feel like being funny is a tool they can use when picking up / meeting / dating a girl to impress her, or get her to like him, and it's a little intimidating when the person on the other side of the line has your secret weapon too.__So the verdict appears to be "kind of, but mostly no." What do you guys think?Do you ever feel like you tone down your sense of humor just to let the guy you're in a relationship with be the funny one?We live in a culture where there are enough people that believe it’s only natural for men to “take advantage” of women, so a joke about that is often considered funny.With that particular joke, Dave warned us exactly who he was – a potential rapist.I hope you will take my words in the educational, loving spirit in which I am sharing them.Thanks for listening.” He never responded, but finally I felt good about how I handled a rape joke.I emailed him: “While I don’t think it was your intention, the message you’re conveying here condones non-consensual sex — sexual assault.As a women’s human rights activist, I participate in global campaigns to try to help people become more aware and sensitive to what constitutes rape and other forms of violence against both women and men.
I promised him I was no longer angry and wasn’t seeking revenge. He said he was slammed with work and would write a longer, more thoughtful reply in a few days. A male relative of mine in law enforcement emailed me a post on his social media account of a picture of an icy nature scene with text that read: This time, I didn’t miss a beat.So I took to Gchat and got a healthy sampling of human male opinions on the matter.So I took to Gchat and got a healthy sampling of human male opinions on the matter. I'm a comedian, so being with someone who makes me want to be funnier and pushes me to be funnier is hot to me.As someone who is considered funny enough by at least three people to make a living doing it, I have always wondered whether the old "women like men who make them laugh; men like women who laugh at their jokes" thing might be reversible.
Personally, while I enjoy casually dating comedians/other professional joke-makers, I tend to fall harder for the "straight man" type, which fits with the aforementioned mating dichotomy.
By: Amy Logan Founder & CEO, Gender Innovation Though I doubt it was the first rape joke I heard, the first I remember was told by a stand-up comedian at a comedy show in 1988.