Seriously, I've yet to see one funny female comedian. I don't mean to sound sexist but, It's like they try too hard to compete with they're male counter part. Again, Don't get me wrong, I'm not sexist it's just the impression I get.
I used to think this about novelists when I was growing up and reading novels avidly. It seemed like the ones written by men were more intense, funnier, more dramatic, etc. Now and then, a female writer would stand out, and I made sure to look for any future works from them, but there were very few of them.
Female comedians, in my eyes, are the same. I don't care for any of the 'new' comedians out there; they're too gross and vulgar. I prefer the classic comedy of Cloris Leachman, Phyllis Diller, Vickie Lawrance, and Lucille Ball. Y'know, back when women acted like women and not overdriven to 'compete with the boys'.
The best comedy comes from real life situations that go terribly out of control, most comedians, men and women alike, know this. But the big problem isn't the material; it's the delivery. Timing is everything, and I've noticed womens' timing gets too lost in their narrative and trying to get the audience on their side to see the joke from their point of view. I don't find that humor; I find that torure.
I don't find you sexist, OP. You're just being honest, and pointed out something that's always bothered me, as well.
And, PLEASE, lets not get on the bandwagon of 'Ohhh, but it's SOOO hard for a female to get any breaks in the entertainment business!' To that I say 'Pfft!' I've been given many opportunities in life and have never been held back from anything because of my gender. If you are willing to work hard, you can do anything.