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WhoHaha is the Women’s Comedy Website You’ve Been Waiting For
This just in: Women finally have their own funny corner of the internet, and it's called WhoHaha.
The world is bursting with funny ladies right now. The all-female Ghostbusters reboot is set to premiere on July 15. Broad City continues to surprise and delight its Comedy Central audiences. SNL is dominated by funny female powerhouses like Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, and Cecily Strong. Amy Schumer gets bigger and bigger every day. And we didn't even mention Mindy Kaling, Samantha Bee, Kristen Wiig, Lena Dunham, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, and so, so many more. The time is ripe for a female-focused comedy space online. Enter WhoHaha, Elizabeth Banks' new digital platform created to shine a light on the funny women of the world—and the internet.
If you love to laugh but are always wondering where the ladies are on CollegeHumor and Funny or Die, your prayers have finally been answered. WhoHaha is still in its beginning phases, but it's already packed with hilarious videos from your favorite celebs today and your future favorite YouTube stars. Seriously, learn these names: Megan MacKay, Beth Hoyt, Nicole Byer, Rory Uphold and more. They'll have you laughing until you pee.
Ask A Badass is the interview series with Elizabeth Banks that you didn't know you needed. And HelLA says everything you've ever wanted to about living in Los Angeles. If you have some time to kill, just go to WhoHaha TV and let the videos roll. You'll be rolling on the floor laughing and won't have to click on a single link.
Plus, the website is in the midst of an open call for funny ladies. So if you know a funny lady who is making awesome, funny content that the women of the internet would love, send them in.
Elizabeth Banks said it all on the WhoHaha promo video, "It is time that we funny ladies got the spotlight and the credit that we deserve." Hell yeah, funnies ladies! We just found our new favorite comedy spot.