The second edition of the The New York Times’ new comedy column gets right into the nitty-gritty with a conversation about female comics’ rape jokes. The article argues that “there are areas of aggressive, shocking comedy where women could go further than men,” and cites Sarah Silverman, Whitney Cummings, and Amy Schumer as examples of women telling racy jokes that men would shy away from. These three are great comics and they definitely exemplify how we’ve come a long way since 1979 when Johnny Carson was grossed out by women talking about sex. But this is only the beginning! We can all dream of a world where we’re comfortable enough with rape jokes to not even care if it’s a woman or a man making them. I bet that’s what it’s like in heaven.