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And we should be bringing each other up, not putting each other down. CHELSEA HANDLER: I think bullying of anybody, whether they're gay or straight or anything in high school is unbearable. I was tortured for a year in school by the older girls. When I go home, I like to hang out with my brother and the lesbians.I like to be able to do things my way and create a new path for myself that's not based on what anybody else did before me. CHELSEA HANDLER: Yeah, and break roles, and not take life so seriously and not have everything be so dramatic. KATIE COURIC: Why aren't there more women like you in late-night comedy? It's the same for late-night hosts, and it will happen. I want there to be more women doing the same thing.