The following statement IS funnier than the "comedy of Mae Martin. It's like the sort of interaction you have with someone in a shop, polite and forced, but you've forgotten it before even leaving the shops.
"You're putting things on a shelf? I'm going to take those things pay for them, take them home and then I'll put them on a shelf too".
That's it, that's as "funny" as this gets, there aren't any actual jokes, this is just a collection of sentences about things humans do delivered by a person infront of an audience. Paul O'Grady - a great LGBTQ+ comedian died yesterday. If I write that sentence in a neon-colour Comic Sans and start telling people my acknowledgement of things is "funny" - it doesn't make it funny. Just bizarre and uncomfortable, like this - and it's not bizarre because of gender-identity or orientation, it's bizarre because the word "comedy" is near this.
The non-binary comedian Mae Martin speaks of a world that has gone off the rails. Among other things, Mae Martin mentions a mythical encounter with a moose and the gender spectrum in the story "Beauty and the Beast".
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