Critical Hits & Misses #35: Seussday, September 27, 2016

After last night's US Presidential Debate, perhaps this anti-suffragette image from the Glasgow Women's Library is particularly pertinent, if you ask Donald Trump.

The Guardian showcases the Glasgow Women’s Library, a treasure trove of feminist (and anti-feminist, like the postcard above) historical domestic artifacts. Ranging from entire archives from suffragette campaign groups to old cookery books and knitting patterns that detail the lives of women from across the past century. Fascinating stuff! (Ivonne)

Fashion model Gigi Hadid was attacked in Milan when a strange man picked her up from behind, and is now facing criticism for physically defending herself. (Adrian)

Archie Comics’ reboot universe is launching a Reggie Mantle series, Reggie and Me, in December. The New Riverdale line’s biggest asshole and his titular series will be written by Tom DeFalco with art by Sandy Jarrell. (John)

It's Seussday Tuesday! 

Have you been searching far and wide for a cross between rockabilly and that 1990s riot grrrl sound? Well, search no more: the Regrettes have what you're looking for. Their new single "Hot" is today's musical hit.

Today's Critical Roll:

The temptation, of course, is to ask a question about last night's US Presidential debate. But instead we will talk about pizza. Because pizza is better than last night's trainwreck. What are you favorite pizza toppings? Pizza brand? Do you like "unusual" toppings?  

Critical Writ has a super-duper strict comment policy that specifies a single rule above all others: don't *sniff* be *sniff* a jerk. *sniff*