A bootleg audio recording of Louis C.K.'s offensive new standup material has provoked more condemnation of the disgraced comedian since it was uploaded to YouTube on Saturday. The 49-minute recording, which was reportedly taken at Governor’s Comedy Club in Levittown, Long Island on December 16th, includes mockery of non-binary gender identity and survivors of school shootings.

On the subject of transgender teens, C.K. can be heard saying, “They're like royalty. They tell you what to call them - ‘You should address me as they, them, because I identify as gender neutral.’ Oh okay, okay. ‘You should address me as there, because I identify as a location, and the location is your mother’s c***.'”

The joke came during a "kids these days" riff comparing C.K.'s reckless, drug-fueled youth with what he perceives as unearned self-seriousness on the part of today's youth. Calling the younger generation "boring," C.K. mocked school shooting survivors and said he doesn't understand why "everybody gets upset when there’s a shooting at a high school, I don’t see why it’s worse than anybody else dying, I don’t."

As if anticipating the backlash the jokes would provoke, C.K. told the audience that after his career imploded following numerous revelations about his sexual misconduct, he has nothing left to lose. "What are you going to take away, my birthday?" C.K. asked. "My life is over. I don’t give a shit."

His set also included material about “retarded” people and a gay slur referring to his doctor as “an old f—— Jewish f-ck."

C.K. spent almost a year off stage after numerous women accused him of sexual harassment and misconduct. He issued a statement in November 2017, admitting, "These stories are true ... The power I had over these women is that they admired me. And I wielded that power irresponsibly." He also declared, "I will now step back and take a long time to listen."

But C.K. began making unannounced standup appearances this fall, eliciting further protest and criticism for his defensive, self-pitying tone. This new material does not seem to be helping his stab at a comeback, if that's even what he's even trying to do here.

If for some reason you're still curious, well here's the full set from Long Island.

UPDATE: The owner of the comedy club reportedly had this to say about C.K.'s performance: