The website also includes a disclaimer stating that the show is "XXX Adults Only." Which seems like a pretty misguided way to advertise a performer who's currently more famous for unexpectedly masturbating in front of people than for telling jokes.
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Not deterred by legal threats, The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported on one of these recent sets. According to the paper, CK actually addressed the abusive elephant in the room, stating: "The only advice I can give you is ask first if you can jerk off in front of someone. If they say yes, say, 'Are you sure?' And if they still say yes, then still, just don't do it." Which is a pretty gross mischaracterization of his actions. According to his victims, CK didn't seek consent, repeatedly exploited his power over them, and even admitted to "shoving" a woman inside a bathroom. Which in retrospect shouldn't have been all that surprising.
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