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Usually when male comedians make jokes about vaginas they are—how do I put this—f*cking terrible. They're all vaginas are gross, periods are scary, women suck. Blah blah blah.

But one man is proving you don't have to be a douche to joke about the female anatomy. Meet Matthew Broussard, a stand-up comic who was once named "Houston's funniest person." Broussard recently appeared on Conan, where he devoted nearly his entire set to jokes about vaginas.

This may sound like a recipe for disaster, especially for someone who looks as bro-y as Broussard—but it wasn't. Rather than focus on the sex aspect of vaginas, Broussard, whose mother was a biologist, made a series of medically accurate jokes using adult terms like "vulva" and "Skene's gland" (starts at 1:09).

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He also brilliantly skewered the fact that nearly every part of a woman's reproductive system is named after a man.

Comedy. It's funny because it's true.

Taryn Hillin is Fusion's love and sex writer, with a large focus on the science of relationships. She also loves dogs, Bourbon barrel-aged beers and popcorn — not necessarily in that order.