This video really takes me back to my liberal private college days. So many people there thought and talked like this, and I never understood why they didn't see through their own tunnel-vision of the world. Coming from the deep south and being surrounded by conservative christian culture, I found the people I grew up around to be no different in their skewed world views than the liberal postmodernists who had an equally ego-based agenda (as we all do until we transcend the ego, and who really ever does?).
You see what you want to see, and you hear what you want to hear. Those who never realize this become the establishment for either the left or right side, the male or female, etc. In short, my point is that anyone who takes a "feminist" or "conservative" or "progressive" or any polarized, specific stance from the get-go (as in her "Feminist Frequency" channel title) is not really ever going to contribute to real intellectual discussion or critical understanding of the issues they speak upon *unless* they can see through their own "reality tunnel", realizing their own human limitations.
I'm afraid I did not see that from her in this video, but then I would not expect to, judging from her chosen perspective and belief system. That said, it could have been a lot worse, but it's the same polarized grabbing-at-straws that any belief system trying to prove its own validity has to engage in, and is completely predictable. It's fine for true believers and the less academic crowd, but if this is her serious attempt at criticism she has to go a lot farther than "they changed the girl main character to a boy" and "she's wearing hardly any clothes now", which was her argument in the first five minutes about the Starfox game.