I beat this game during my Extralife session. All I really have to say is, I enjoyed it, but that could totally be circumstantial to the situation in which I played it. If I took myself out of that specific situation (extralife), the game isn't very good, though it could have been much worse.
Man this whole GamerGate thing reminds me of Occupy Wallstreet. There is a potentially real interesting thing to be discussed, but their message is so unclear, I don't really know what the discourse is about or what they're trying to accomplish. Gamergate, like Occupy, also lacks a leader; and without a leader the "movement" is susceptible to having any old yahoo hop in and hijack the message so long as they're louder, which is exactly what happened with Gamer Gate sadly.
Also, the only thing I have to say about women is that I have always thought of them as people.
I listened to the Bombcast for a few years before ever coming to the actual website. I think one of the first things I watched was a mailbag, but I became hooked after catching a live TNT of Cards Against Humanity and then not long after Fortune Street.