Jokes to Offend Men

A modern, feminist take on the classic joke book to amuse and empower readers who are tired of being the punchline.

A man walks into a bar. It’s a low one, so he gets a raise within his first six months on the job.
 
Four comedy writers transform classic joke setups into sharp commentary about the everyday and structural sexism that pervades all facets of life. Jokes to Offend Men arms readers with humorous quips to shut down workplace underminers, condescending uncles, and dismissive doctors, or to share with their exhausted friends at the end of a long day. A cutting, cathartic spin on the old-fashioned joke book, Jokes to Offend Men is a refreshing reclamation of a tired form for anyone who's ever been told to "lighten up, it's just a joke!"
 

About the Author

Allison Kelley, Danielle Kraese, Kate Herzlin, and Ysabel Yates are humor and satire writers based in New York City. Their work has been featured in such publications as The New York Times, The New Yorker, Reductress, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and more.  

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