What's Current: Uptalk, women & whiskey, and a glorious year of misandry

“Needs More Gay” offers another interesting queer reading of pop culture. This time with the new Peter Pan Live musical, which has “never been gayer.” [Blip TV]

Oh, God: “Isis ‘executes 150 women for refusing to marry militants’ and buries them in mass graves.” [The Independent]

Despite Forbes often publishing absurd shit, here is a cool article on “How Women Shaped the Whiskey Industry.” [Forbes]

CBC plans to scrub archives of Jian Ghomeshi’s old show. [Jezebel]

2014 was a big year for man-hating. Whoo! [The Guardian]

Women shouldn’t have to talk like men to be taken seriously. [Slate]

“I was gang raped at UVA frat over 30 years ago, and no one did anything.” [The Daily Beast]


Susan Cox An American expatriate who fled to the wonderland of Canada, Susan Cox spends most of her time writing, reading, and cooking.


Susan Cox

Susan Cox is a feminist writer and academic living in the United States. She teaches in Philosophy.