@stick100: Considering the main political opinion of those involved with gamergate is that misogyny is good and women shouldn't have a space in video games or games journalism I'm glad they don't have their opinions reflected widely in games journalism.
Pretty narrow minded to actually believe GG supports misogyny when a lot of people that support it are women and minorities. But the other side has explicitly said that white men are scum of the Earth that needs to die (sounds like death threats with social justice logic), and gamers are disgusting and vile people. It's blatant hypocrisy.
I find myself arguing a LOT against the tone of the social justice movement coming from game journalists and feminists these days, and I have to say I feel the exact same way watching this video. And I feel that way about Anita Sarkeesian's videos. And I feel that way about thunderfoot's videos. And I feel that way about most of the many articles on the topic that Patrick chooses to link to and promote.
Can't anyone talk about these subjects without the insulting, generalizing, misrepresenting, condescending, "I'm right and you're wrong" bullshit? All anyone ever seems to want to do is preach to the choir, and I'm getting sick of it.