Is this doable? I don't always agree with these--the Louis C.K. joke in particular I don't like as much as she does and I suspect a good chunk of the male comedy show audience doesn't necessarily "get" anything about how he "doesn't mean it." And uh, recent events seem to make him quite dubious. But I haven't seen his TV show to be able to speak to it. The John Mulaney one, on the other hand, is an improvement. He gets it and shows it (eventually). And the Ever Mainard one? Okay. Not my favorite, but she makes a point here and there I don't argue with, even if it goes on for way too long and also wanders in to the "rapist vs. racist" territory and probably another argument. But this needs a Carlin cite.
I also liked this comment by InvaderSzym: "But joking about the fact that rape culture exists and it's horrible makes me feel less crappy. It makes me feel like these public figures, and comedians are on my side, and understand, and are trying to make it better through humor. /shrug. I don't think jokes about rape are funny. I think jokes about rape culture however, are hilarious."