Mae Martin’s new Netflix special SAP The comedian describes the release of Tuesday’s film as “a dream.”
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Martin recently told Sonia Baghdady Advocate Now The comedians said they wanted to spread positivity through their comedy as recent events felt especially daunting.
Martin says, “I want people to feel positive after watching this special and inspired in some way.” “In general the show is all about how to remain optimistic in the face of a constant barrage of bad news,” Martin says. I hope it makes people feel less alone and more positive.
Martin is a nonbinary man who speaks about LGBTQ+ topics often. SAPDave Chappelle, for example, has been a prominent transphobe. Martin says the representation is important but that it doesn’t weigh them down.
“I hope that some young people find it useful, but don’t worry too much about that stuff. Otherwise, you’ll be worried about representing everyone,” the pair explain. “It means a lot to me when people come up and tell me that.” [my work] It has certainly helped them. It’s only a positive aspect…