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Comedy is one of the forms of entertainment that can change your entire outlook on life during trying times. Or, they are able to get us to forget, just for a moment, the terrifying reality of a truly scary time. Now, like any other hard time in history, comedians are giving us a momentary break from our quarantined realities. However, underneath that seemingly unattainable physique is a man with brilliant one-liners and observations. It is worth scrolling through his Instagram is you want a little laugh and eye candy.

Matteo Lane

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Subscriber Account active since. While stand-up comedy can seem like 45 minutes to an hour of pure entertainment, many comedians use their stage time to weave in social commentary and tell their own stories. Their sexuality isn't necessarily the focal point of their sets, but for LGBTQ comedians, stand-up is an opportunity for their voices to be heard. Hannah Gadsby , for example, speaks about growing up as a lesbian in Tasmania, where homosexuality was illegal until Insider listed 11 LGBTQ comics who are sharing their stories on the stage, drawing laughs along the way. Rising to fame following her special "Nanette," Gadsby has pushed comedy to new levels by weaving together personal stories, art history lessons, and scathing monologues — routinely taking hits at men and the patriarchy. She chronicles her childhood growing up as a lesbian in Tasmania, where homosexuality was illegal until

11 LGBTQ stand-up comedians you should be watching

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Matthew "Matteo" Lane born June 28, is an American comedian, opera singer , and oil painter. He speaks English, Italian, Spanish, and French. Lane studied German in high school.