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FUNNY FEMINISM #1: Somewhere Between Skepticism and Enchantment – The Comedy of Babe Parker

A new monthly column, Funny Feminism features conversations with feminist-identifying artists who use humor in their creative work.

“Horror movies make me glad
I’m a non-homeowner
I got rid of my dolls
I left my Prom early.”
                                                                                    –Babe Parker via Twitter

Babe Parker

Babe Parker met me on a street corner in New York City on a fall Friday night. She met me outside because she didn’t think I would be able to find her place amongst her neighborhood’s hyphenated addresses and besides, she’s “squatting in a Verizon store anyway,” the 29-year-old Texan native joked. Babe, like myself, grew up in a conservative town in Texas before moving to Los Angeles, where she was working as an actress before relocating to the East Coast. Continue reading

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