I know I'm late to commenting on this but I wanted to get a word in anyways;
I can fully understand strongly disagreeing with someone's stance, ethics, methods or message but this is not the way to go about arguing against it. I really wish people would realize they would get so much more traction, especially in a case like this, by doing a little research, knowing Sarkeesian's work and formulating structured, scholarly counter arguments to her points. Either in an essay or in talks of their own, as unpopular as anti-feminist talks may be, if properly presented in an educated way more people would be willing to listen or at least humour them.
That way they would look a little more credible, if not still behind the times, but at least they wouldn't look like total psychopaths. Same goes for the gamergate people, though the "movement" seems about as organized as a Canadian sit in opposing Rob Ford (I live in Toronto, trust me those protests were laughable and did nothing more than slow traffic on Queen & Bay for a few hours). If the GG people would write some proper papers voicing their grievances, rather than shouting on Twitter people may take them more seriously.
But I guess that's like asking a cult to write a scholarly dissertation on why they believe their "religion" is the "right" religion instead of preaching from the rooftops (or in a modern context, social media).