40 Hot Queer Women in Comedy

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A “bi-coastal black lesbian and socio-political performer,” Micia Mosely considers herself an educator as well as a performer. She wrote and starred in her one-woman show, “Where My Girls At?,” an off-Broadway comedy about black lesbians, debuted her latest project “Survivor Hampshire: The Social Justice edition” in the fall, and is currently working on her new play, “X-Marks the Spot.” (@micia_mosley)

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Originally from Maine, Emma Willmann has since exploded onto the Boston comedy scene and continued to tour the entire East Coast, appearing at The 2014 New York Comedy Festival and hosting at The 2013 Hoboken Comedy Festival. Now living in NYC, she made her national TV debut on Axis TV’s Live at Gotham in 2014. (@emmawillmann)

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Rye Silverman is a Los Angeles-based comedian, writer and “gender rebel” who’s writing has been featured on The Huffington Post, JibJab.com and at the New York Underground Comedy Festival. (@ryesilverman)

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A self-proclaimed boob-whisperer, Nina Manni is the warm-up comic for Joan Rivers’ Fashion Police. She performed at this year’s SF Sketchfest, wrote for MTV’s Disaster Date and co-hosted the popular podcast “She Said What?!?” (@ninamanni)

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Dina Nina Martinez is a standup comedian and actor from LA who currently resides in Madison, Wisconsin. She is the creator and host of Madison’s first and only queer comedy show Alphabet Soup, “The D Word” podcast, and the forthcoming “The Dina Martinez Show.” Currently she is on the road with the Rainbow Connection Comedy Tour. (@dinamartinez)

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