Anita Sarkeesian and Zoe Quinn are sort of like the Al Sharptons of women's issues in gaming (I can make that comparison; I'm black). They drum up outrage for a quick cash payday as everyone circles the wagons, and everyone becomes more entrenched in whatever belief systems they have. I'd be more interested in what people like Amy Hennig have to say about the topic of women and games, to be honest.
I disagree; Amy Hennig has seen one side of the industry and Sarkeesian and Quinn have seen another. Nothing in Sarkeesian nor Quinn's videos or articles critiquing the industry is untrue - it IS a crazy sexist place, though not from absolutely every angle - but just because one woman has had a good experience doesn't mean every other women is blowing their problems out of proportion.