Comedian and instagram’s original knife empresario joins the wind tunnel for a long chat on social issues, body issues, life babies, and the power of tumeric.
I was a guest on the amazing Johnny Pemberton’s podcast called TWISTING THE WIND. Check it out with your ears.
The always funny on both stage and Twitter, Jake Weisman is here today! This is a great episode filled with music talk, Jake’s upbringing in Westchester, NY, his obsession with cats (and why they’re more manly than you think), some talk about the yes all women hashtag that was swept the internet and much more. The intro song for this episode is ‘Gooey,’ by Glass Animals.
I was a guest on the OCCASIONALLY AWESOME podcast hosted by Nick Youssef and Kevin Christy. You can listen here.
He’s a hilarious (and fascinating!) stand up comedian and former co-host of The Morning After podcast, super Jew JAKE WEISMAN comes on and talks about havi…
I was a guest on the TOTALLY LAIME podcast. Listen!
This is it! The end! The last show!
We know. It’s sad. But don’t worry. Nothing bad happened. It’s been an incredible three and a half years, and it’s just time for us to move on. We’re not getting kicked out, there’s no bad blood, we still love the venue and the staff and each other, but…
PLEASE COME TO THE FINAL TWO-HEADED BEAST!
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I was a guest on the Pulling it Together podcast with Amanda Savage. It’s a feminist podcast and I believe I might be the first male guest ever on it.
I felt some insecurity at being the first male guest, because even though I have always identified as a feminist, I certainly have not always acted that way. It’s shameful to realize that about oneself, but it’s also good to realize. Part of the #yesallwomen movement for many guys that I have talked to is coming to terms with the ways in which you were bad and sexist towards women in the past. A lot of times guys were completely unaware that they were doing this. This isn’t excusing the behavior, but it is interesting and important to point out, I think.
I tried to talk on the podcast about how I have done things I am ashamed of in the past and how one of the most important things men need to overcome and come to terms with is the shame of being a piece of crap in the past so they can be better men and humans in the future. It was a long and interesting conversation, and I feel really lucky to have done it.
I’m hesitant to write something of this nature, but I can’t get my mind off of what’s happened recently in the wake of the Santa Barbara tragedy. #YesAllWomen is incredibly awe inspiring. I know a lot of people don’t buy sexism and (white) male privilege as legitimate reasons for why that guy did…