In this week's issue of Banter M:
Politically Correcting the Past - Chez Pazienza is none too happy with a writer at Uproxx who attempted to recast Ferris Bueller in 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' as an example of male white privilege. "What you have in this article is a harmless 80s teen comedy, an uncharacteristically smart one, being viewed through the prism of an overly serious, identity politics-obsessed Millennial's worldview," writes Chez. Ouch.
Goodbye to All That Noise - Sick of catching online male abuse over her excitement for the upcoming all-women 'Ghostbusters' remake, Jamie Frevele has decided to make good on a little threat of hers and delete her Facebook account.
The Final Days of The Tragically Hip - Choking back the tears, Bob Cesca pens a lovely eulogy to Gord Downie, the lead singer of Canada's The Tragically Hip.
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