After Tosh provoked the Internet's outrage by telling a rape joke at an audience member's expense, fellow comedians lept to his defense on Twitter.
An anonymous Tumblr user claims the comedian made a joke about rape at an audience member's expense.
All of the Tosh.0 host's White House petitions combined are less popular than a Change.org petition to take him off the air.
"Somebody in that theater, about 25 minutes in, realizing it was a piece of crap, was probably like ‘ugh fucking shoot me,’" Cook joked at the Laugh Factory. For many, the bit came too soon after last week's tragic shootings.
The object of the satirical web game is to be named the Uber Misogynist.
"I was called a rape apologist because I said ‘hi’ to a guy," the comedian told The Daily Show.
The crux of this issue is not banning certain jokes or policing thoughts. If you are going to tell a joke about rape, advance the conversation.
At a paid panel at this weekend's Penny Arcade Expo, Krahulik said "pulling the Dickwolves merchandise was a mistake."
Fans might help choose the winners, but this year's nominess don't highlight the true content creators that make YouTube and Twitter thrive.
From LiveJournal to Twitter, women are increasingly making their voices heard online and finding a supportive community in the process.
Kurt Metzger admitted on Facebook that he "criminally" choked his ex-girlfriend. Why does he have a job writing for Inside Amy Schumer?