It's a Funny not Slutty World After All

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Producers and women in comedy Ruth Selwyn (Tel Aviv), Jane Postlethwaite (Brighton, UK) and Jacki Schklar (Atlanta) discuss making funny videos and interactive content for a female audience. Ruth is creator of the famed Lizzy the Lezzy animations, Jane produces social media content under the guise of StylistBrighton and Jacki is publisher of

Ruth:  Jacki, I have been meaning to ask you, don’t you want to be funny and slutty sometimes?

Jacki:   Excuse me Ruth, but don’t you live in the Holy Land? I did not think you would speak of such things.

Ruth:  Such a typical straight woman, answering a question with a question. I’ll take your obvious evasiveness to mean yes, you would like to be slutty sometimes too. I would too actually, especially if I was tall, blonde and beautiful like Jane – ever thought of showing us your cleavage in a video Jane?

Jane:   It irritates me that women are expected to show their ‘assets’ to be popular. It can be hard to find people with my sense of humor online, that is why I love the work Jacki is doing with her site. All 3 of us have had the same niche of trying to break stereotypes with what we are doing. I’ve worked in the Fashion Industry for many years and my appearance of being a 6 foot blonde makes people perceive me in a certain way. Somehow ‘funny’ is not what they expect from me. 

Jacki:   That is a great point, because actually, all 3 of us embrace our stereotypes and make them our comedic persona.  I could not have been more of a minority growing up Jewish in the Bible Belt of Tennessee. Ergo, “Southern Jewish Princess Media”. I guess we like to beat them to the punch and have fun doing it. 

Ruth:  I don’t mind stereotyping myself or others in the name of comedy, and I find that much of Lizzy’s success with the lesbians is because people can relate to many of the lesbian stereotypes that I talk about, such as the butch/femme thing, or the ‘silly’ questions that lesbians get asked. I also think it’s important to be able to laugh at ourselves and not take this whole pussy licking thing too seriously.

Jacki:   What is everyone working on at the moment?

Jane:   I would love to do more comedic collaboration online. In the past I have worked with other youtubers around the world to produce content. The next few months will see me balancing a new job in Social Media, plus I’m looking into professional acting training which will push me and my videos to a new level.

Ruth:  Well, after working my tits off producing my little book “Lizzy the Lezzy Gets Laid”, I’m doing a little less Youtube and I’m working on a pilot script about Lizzy and her quirky friends. Getting a Lizzy series on the television is my next goal – along with making a blow-up Lizzy doll that sings when you squeeze her boobs.  

Jane:   Ruth, What made you start the Lizzy character?

Ruth:  I was bored and depressed after yet another painful break up, and I wanted to produce some lesbian entertainment for the lesbians. I’m an animator by trade, so I googled “lesbian animation” and found nothing. Now that’s a hole I can fill, I said. So I created a miserable, bitter, bitchy lesbian character based on myself (at the time) and the attention I got from it gave me a new, happier focus.

Jane:   I was actually going through a bad time too when I started making videos online. It seems quite common for people to produce the funniest content when they are often in some kind of bad time in their ‘real’ life.

Jacki:   I had been recruited out of my job into a new loftier one and promptly laid off which was both frustrating and inspiring. I was looking for some funny videos to see what is out there but I had to hunt and peck through tons of young male targeted humor to find humor geared for me, a mature female. Masturbation and tits don’t really make me laugh. It takes a lot more than that to entertain a woman in her sexual peak years, and if I want to see big breasts all I need to do is look down.

Ruth:  *looking at Jacki’s breasts*

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