Disgraced comedian Louis C.K. is back, and looking for a hand — charging $7.99 to view his new stand-up special. The comedian is trying to make a comeback after admitting that he pleasured himself in front of several women, in a non-consensual manner that terrified and terrorized them.
Now he’s released "Sincerely C.K," d for download and streaming and certainly doesn’t seem repentant as he makes jokes about his behavior.
"I like j***ing off, I don’t like being alone, that’s all I can tell you. I get lonely, it’s just sad," he said, according to Variety. "I like company. I like to share. I’m good at it, too. If you’re good at juggling, you wouldn’t do it alone in the dark."
In his skit, C.K. also laughs about women giving consent during sexual encounters.
"If you want to do it with someone else, you need to ask first. But if they say yes, you still don’t get to go 'Woo!' and charge ahead. You need to check in often, I guess that’s what I’d say. It’s not always clear how people feel," he said. "Men are taught to make sure the woman is okay. The thing is, women know how to seem okay when they’re not okay."
Amazingly, he goes on to compare women having sex to slavery.
"It’s kind of like a Negro spiritual. It’s sort of similar," he said. "So to assume that she likes it is like if they heard slaves singing in the field and you’re like, 'Hey, they’re having a good time out there."
Allegations of sexual misconduct against C.K. emerged in 2017 when five women spoke to The New York Times on the record about the comedian's behaviors.
He was one of the first to be accused amid the #MeToo movement and was forced from the public eye but in 2018 he quietly re-emerged in the comedy scene.
Rebecca Corry, one of the women victimized by C.K., said: He’s a predator who victimized women for decades and lied about it.”
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