It’s the last semi-finals round of Outstanding: Queer Comic Competition, hosted by Bobby Higley. In this round, the winners of the second three episodes, D Martin Austin, Jenna Vesper, and Paul Curry, are competing for the last spot in the finals where they can win a share of $1500 in cash courtesy of AHF! Vote now for your favorite comic and help decide who’s the most Outstanding!

Who's the most Outstanding queer comic in this episode?
  • D Martin Austin 48%, 35 votes
    35 votes 48%
    35 votes - 48% of all votes
  • Paul Curry 30%, 22 votes
    22 votes 30%
    22 votes - 30% of all votes
  • Jenna Vesper 22%, 16 votes
    16 votes 22%
    16 votes - 22% of all votes
Total Votes: 73
April 3, 2019 - April 10, 2019
Voting is closed

D Martin Austin is a stand-up comedian, writer, and social activist based in Portland, OR. Their humor is a marriage of absurdity, social critique, and genuine introspection. They are an Associate Producer for Portland Queer Comedy Festival, have written extensively for The Portland Mercury, and work closely with nonprofit organizations such as SPEEC (Sex Positive Education & Event Center). You can follow them on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

Jenna Vesper is Portland based comic who is a high energy, crass, hardworking, loud divorced/queer/chubby/hairy slut who loves jokes about her dead parents! She produces Portland local favorite Comic Strip, and produces/hosts SMUT, DISOWNED, and the podcast Date Card Pod. She also puts her addiction to social media to great use as the Portland Queer Comedy Festivals Social Media Director. Follow Jenna on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Paul Curry was born in Seattle in 1995, the wonder years, but moved to the Midwest before he could learn to not make eye contact! Now, after living it up in the party capital of the United States, Iowa, he’s back in Seattle for school and to tell some jokes! Hes been a member of Big Gay™ since he was born and loves his cat Cleo Curry. You can follow Paul on Twitter.

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