Despicable comedian Louis C.K. has caused more anger after aiming for victims of Parkland's shooting and gender identity in a recent set at a comedy club on Long Island.
48 minute audio recording from C.K. appeared Sunday night on YouTube. It was described as a set delivered December 16 at the Governor's Comedy Club in Levittown.
C.K. began the set by noting that he had a difficult time in 14 months since many women came accusing him of sexual harassment and abuse. C.K. acknowledge the truth of claims made in the New York Times in November 2017.
"Never had it all year long which sucks 365 s – c – consecutive days? "C.K. asked the crowd.
Among the most burning comments aimed at survivors of the shooting at the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Middle School in February that killed 17 people in Parkland, Florida. said he was generally not impressed by the young generation now when he was 51 years old, calling them "boring."
"You are not attractive because you go to high school where kids get shot, "C.K. said. "Why does that mean I have to listen to you? How that makes you attractive. You are not shot. You push some fat kids on the road. Now I have to listen to you speak?
C.K. also expressed concern about the new attitude towards gender identity and the emergence of new norms for gender pronouns. He delivered a number of sentences with stereotypes that would surely anger LGBT activists.
"They told you what they should call." You have to call me like them because I identified them as gender neutral, "he said." ‘You have to call me there because I identified the location and location as your mother c—. "
C.K. also at length about "backward" people, differences in penis size among black, white and Asian men, and he uses gay slurs in referring to his doctor as "old f – f-Jews."
When the set continues, C.K. admitted that some of his comments would spark controversy but he stressed he would not lose much.
"What will you do, take my birthday? My life is over. I don't give a—, "he said.
After C. K. was exposed to sexual errors – including the habit of asking for female comics to watch masturbation – comedians lost their production agreement with FX Networks and had to cancel plans to release the latest indie film production, "I Love You Daddy." He returned to the stage in October and November with several sets at the New York Comedy Cellar club which also drew criticism for its defensive tone.