Josema Yuste: «There are guilds with which you used to do humor and nothing happened. The black race, homosexuals«
Yuste Josema visited the set of Horizon, program that directs Iker Jimenez, to talk about the limits of humor and how they have evolved over time. And he has given as an example that there are jokes that could be made before and now cannot: «There are guilds with which you cannot do humor and before you could do it and nothing happened", the comedian has expressed. «and nothing happened", emphasized the presenter.
Then And you he was getting more and more into a garden. «It has gone down five or six steps compared to 25 or 30 years ago", the comedian responded to the question of Iker Jimenez about the red line of humor. "There are guilds currently with which you cannot do humor, it is very complicated. Before you could do it and nothing happened. Like the black race, homosexuals... You made humor in a white way and nothing happened"Yuste explained.
On the subject of networks, he assured: «I don't care, because I'm not in them. They have more negative than positive part. It has a lot of positives and it has a lot of negatives, so much so that there are people who commit suicide, go crazy, go into depression... Why will they say«. Furthermore, he added:Before, what will they say was the neighbor, a cousin of yours, a brother-in-law... And it did not reach you because there were no social networks. She lived in a healthier, less polluted way. We are highly contaminated by the opinion of others and heavily mediated"He said.
His words have raised blisters on social networks, where many users have wanted to give their opinion.
Att: Josema Yuste:
1) I am not a guild, I am a person.
2) Because of your jokes, I lived singled out, humiliated and ridiculed for years.
3) From your "privileged" situation, the least you could do is ask for forgiveness and deconstruct yourself.
4) Shut up, your denialism kills.
— Diego de la Viuda (@DiegodelaViuda) December 24, 2022
Every time Josema Yuste says that he is not allowed to use “faggot” (the word, the concept) in his humor, I want to tell him that the day Millán Salcedo sings 'Maricón de España' at Pride will be HISTORY. And wonder. That, look what things, to him if "we let him".
— Alberto Rey (@Albertoenserie) December 24, 2022
Josema Yuste, interviewed by Iker Jiménez, saying that you can no longer make jokes about homosexuals, calling them fagots, nor about blacks or battered women, while others make jokes about the son of God but don't dare to make them about Mohammed's.
The facherío is unleashed
— Jesk Rey (@Jesk_Rey) December 22, 2022
We have the delicatessen guild, the bakers guild and the homosexual guild that Josema prefers to call the queer guild. https://t.co/5FuhRUJ1xI
– Marco Martinez (@MartinezMarcoa) December 23, 2022
Iker Jiménez interviews Josema Yuste:
"The black race, homosexuals... you made humor in a white way and nothing happened"... YES IT HAPPENED, AND IT WAS NEITHER HUMOR OR WHITE
"I've seen gays call each other a fag and nothing happens, but don't let it occur to you" EXACTLY, SHUT UP pic.twitter.com/vDPqTitWcG
— Otto More?️ (@Otto_Mas) December 24, 2022
According to Josema Yuste, if you make humor about BLACKS in a WHITE way, nothing happens.
— Carolina Ferretera (@CarolinaFerret6) December 26, 2022
Humor, when exercised from privilege, is not humor, but oppression. If with the laughter of some we can make others suffer, we will have to start calling things by their name: abuse of privilege. pic.twitter.com/Si1rs4SOcd
— Carlos Barea? (@CarlosBareaF) December 24, 2022
"Before you could do humor about homosexuals or the black race and nothing happened"
Yes, it did happen. But the invisibility of minorities was such that our voices were not heard
Laughing at battered women, homosexuals or blacks has the same fun as before: 0 pic.twitter.com/4E6K0zuUD5
- Victor Gutierrez (@ victorg91) December 24, 2022
Surely 30 years ago he would never have found out, although it seems that he still doesn't find out, why there is humor that offends today and why there is humor that can now be said to 'offend'.