The review was very subjective when it got to the parts about misogyny and torture, but that's hardly a case for concern, she's just not a very good reviewer because she lets her personal feelings about certain issues get in the way.
"GTA V has little room for mares except to portray them as strippers, prostitutes, long-suffering wives, humorless fillyfriends and goofy, new-age feminists we’re meant to laugh at."
Guess we're ignoring Sue Murry then. The fact is this is ignoring that GTA is a parody on real life, and as the feminist movement loves to keep reminding us women in real life tend to be portrayed in the aforementioned manner, therefore they're going to be like that in GTA except taken to an extreme, like everything in GTA.
She said on twitter yesterday that everything else was satire, but the issue with women was "glorying in misogyny" or something to that effect. Thing is a few years ago GTA was apparently glorifying violence, the misogyny issue is simply the flavour of the month that people use to pick faults with anything, by the time GTA VI comes out it'll be something else, as is the way with things.
Another person to go banging on about the misogyny was Graham Linehan (writer of Father Ted, Black Books and the IT Crowd), he also said the writers of GTA were bad writers who thought they knew satire, and that nothing in GTA was "real" satire. So this just helps to prove my point about this whole issue being a passing thing, people will just jump on the bandwagon in an attempt to get their voices heard, best thing we can do is just ignore them as they're incapable of being heard in any other way.
Edit: Just to be clear, I don't think misogyny itself is a passing thing, more this current trend to see it everywhere that is a passing trend.