How to be a woman in a comedy club

You know, I think I’ve probably said this before, but, sometimes it’s hard to be the kind of person who just wants to laugh and have fun.

But, if you’re a woman, you can do both.

The reason?

I know it’s a tough nut to crack, but if you really want to do stand-up, you’ve got to make sure you are comfortable with your own body, your own choices, and your own feelings about yourself.

You need to know that there are some things you can’t do or don’t do that are just not appropriate for you.

That includes, but is not limited to, wearing tight pants, wearing heels, wearing a dress, or dressing up in revealing clothing.

You may not like it, but you can still be comfortable with who you are.

If you can, do some research before you get started.

Be open to new ideas and perspectives.

If I’m at a comedy show, and I want to see how I look, I’m going to look like this.

And, if I’m in a bar or a restaurant and I feel uncomfortable about my appearance, I can always ask someone else to help me.

Be curious.

If someone is just going to laugh at you for whatever reason, ask for advice.

If they don’t have any, be respectful.

And if they do, respect your own personal boundaries and let them be.

When I started doing stand-ups, I didn’t have many friends, so I’d hang out with a friend or two. I didn