We weren’t always ready for Margaret Cho.
Sixteen years ago, Cho was using her comedy to start many of the conversations we are having today, by talking about diversity, representation, and the way we treat women. But her sharp and prescient commentary was relegated to the sidelines of pop culture — it was something you had to seek out.
A survey of the television and comedy landscape Read More
Oh, Margaret Cho. Whether she’s psycho, or one bad mother, or charitably spreading her charity through charitable acts – like a little campaign you may have heard of, #BeRobin – the unstoppable comedian and actress never ceases to amaze, surprise, and blow audiences completely away.
And get this; she’s been doing stand-up since she was 14. Fourteen. What were you doing at fourteen? If you’re like Read More
As a victim of childhood abuse, and a loyal member of the comedy community, I got the chance to chat with Michael Yo from “The Insider With Yahoo” about the ongoing allegations made against Bill Cosby, please watch. If by speaking out I can help other victims – that would be the greatest honor.
“I can’t think of a thing that should be hidden,” Margaret Cho said on a blustery Sunday in early March.
It was the morning after her wildly kinetic performance at the Gramercy Theater, and she was feeling brash. “My sexuality or experiences I’ve had that amused me, I’m willing to share,” she said.
That she did. Bright-eyed and pink-cheeked, swaddled against the elements in a kaleidoscopically patterned Read More
“I’ve always wanted to ejaculate, but that has never happened,” Cho, host of All About Sex, told BuzzFeed News.
“I can’t believe she bit off his whole nipple!” Margaret Cho said, affecting shock, while filming a short promo for her new TLC late-night talk show All About Sex.
“I can’t believe she bit off the entire nipple,” Cho said during the next take.
They went again. “She Read More
I’m very excited about my new job – I’ll be the guide to the wild side of sex on TLC’s new show!
Starting January 10th I’ll be hosting ‘All About Sex’ on TLC with co-hosts Heather McDonald, Marissa Jaret Winokur and Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry.
Read more here.
I found that I could not stop grieving Robin Williams death and I couldn’t get over it and I spoke to my friend Michael Pritchard, who is a mutual friend of mine and Robin’s and he said, “don’t grieve Robin, be Robin”. So this is what I thought I should do. I should go and make a little Comic Relief, a little baby one. And Read More
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