If you laugh at Louis CK now, you’re accepting his worldview

2017: not a vintage year for alleged serial sex offenders. First Weinstein, then Spacey, and now we can’t go to Louis CK’s new film because he happened to have exposed himself to upwards of five women over the course of the past 20 years. If using your status to corner a woman in your dressing room and masturbating in front of them isn’t a form of sexual abuse, I don’t know what is. But, hey, what is the world coming to? Pretty soon you won’t be able to pleasure yourself in front of unwilling females at all. This is the future liberals want. Wake up sheeple.

It’s a shame about I Love You, Daddy – personally I was looking forward to the contrarian four-star reviews that it predictably would have garnered, with critics undoubtedly calling it “brave”, “edgy” and “finally speaking up for that marginalised group: male millionaire film stars who like to commit sexual abuse”.

Truth be told, I’ve always had a soft spot for famous sexual abuser Louis CK. He is definitely funnier than most sexual abusers. He even admitted that those five women were telling the truth about him sexually abusing them in his “Never Actually Saying The Word Sorry” apology statement: say what you like, but he’s an honest sexual abuser, and at the moment that seems to be the best we can hope for with any celebrity.