What Challenges Becoming A Female Humorist Entails

During the passing of the last decade, the media has found out very surprisingly that even women have this incredible gift of good humor. It then became that struggle to be accepted as equal and to be treated the same way and have it in the same way that men do in the field and whilst the circumstances have evolved and are now vastly more fruitful, it still is hard becoming a female humorist. Why and how? Read on to find out.

You will be asked the annoying questions

One of the most annoying questions that female event entertainers have to answer to is the one that goes like “what is it like being a woman of humor?” “How do you think?” would be the right answer but obviously people would laugh because well, you are funny. They would not ask the same question from a male humorist because just like many other male dominated profession areas, this profession would be defaulted to male oriented as well. However, on the righter side, the landscape is quickly growing and it is no longer so austere of a world out there. You can be a woman and be a humorist and do it the right way as well. Visit this link https://standupcomedians.com.au/occasions/corporate-events/ for more info on event entertainers.

The lineup is almost always not in your favour

If you go online and check the lineup at the next corporate comedian Sydney performance you will see that the headliner is more often than not, a man and his act will have the precursor of two or three other acts that will be done by one or two women but never all three. This is with the exception of cases where an All-Female show is announced. The apparent lack of gender diversity though cannot really be blamed on the industry. In the past there were actually very few women who wanted to become humorists. Therefore it just became the norm that there would be more men in the field at any given point as opposed to women. That too, is changing fast now with loads of super funny and witty women out there.

Your looks will matter, kind of

You really cannot explain this without coming off as a bit of a brag about the way you look to others. Beauty is an attribute that is often associated with women and not men. These rules that apply to every walk of life, has not gotten free reign in the humorist industry either. Most female quipsters will be introduced as the ‘very pretty’, ‘the beautiful’ or, the stunning’. There is nothing wrong about this and there is certainly nothing wrong with the way anybody would look. It’s just that people have always alleviated towards others with outstanding and perfect features that it is kind of sad that this field too expects it to a certain degree. But in this case, even the guys are not exempted.