Arden Myrin writes on comedy’s painful resistance to change in the #MeToo movement

In just the past year, comedians as big as Bill Cosby, Louis CK and Chris Hardwick have found their careers halted or suspended due to newly surfaced or resurfaced allegations of sexual misconduct. CK admitted his guilt, Cosby denied it but was convicted of rape, while Hardwick has denied allegations by an ex-girlfriend yet gone completely silent off the social media grid he virtually owned just moments before the allegations were made public. In today’s comedy climate, you’d think the men of stand-up, sketch and improv would start behaving better. And yet. As Arden Myrin writes in a new...

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