Halloween is an opportunity to be really creative.
My Shabbat dinner is not to be reckoned with.
Comedy is the most palliative way to make a point. People are more willing to listen if they can laugh.
For me, humor is everything!
I didn't want to be known as a gay comic, but as a comic who happens to be gay.
I try to win the love and approval of strangers, since it didn't work with my family.
I'm going to be a 'Chopped' champion.
I'm not selfish at all.
Joan Rivers broke down barriers, advocated for free speech, and never apologized for who she was.
The first time I did stand-up was on a dare.
Women risked their lives for the right to vote. When I hear people say, 'Oh, I'm not gonna vote,' I just wanna tear their heart out.
I would love to get married, first of all, from my children's perspective. People don't think of children when they think of gay marriage, but I do have children, and for them to see their family validated as other families are validated and protected by our government, yes.
I do believe that it's something that we don't talk about, but when there are clearly defined gender roles, it is much simpler. Because you don't have to think, which people apparently don't like to do.
I love being a Givenik Ambassador. Not only does it give me a platform to discuss my favorite charities, but I get to talk about my other favorite topic - 'The Judy Show!'
I've done stand-up since I was 18 years old, and I absolutely love it, but I used to go onstage, and the audience was my peers. Now I go onstage, and I could be their mother.
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