Anita Sarkeesian

Wikipedia Claims ‘Attempted Coup’ at Capitol Was a Result of GamerGate

Earlier this year, the Wikipedia page on GamerGate, the anti-corruption movement in gaming, saw extensive updates about the “legacy” of the movement and associated controversies. These edits pushed claims that GamerGate, which Wikipedia labels a “harassment campaign” due to a years-long effort by left-wing editors, helped Donald Trump become President in 2016 and that the movement even contributed to what the page called an “attempted coup” at the Capitol on January 6.

Supporters of US President Donald Trump protest inside the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. - Demonstrators breeched security and entered the Capitol as Congress debated the a 2020 presidential election Electoral Vote Certification. (Photo by ROBERTO SCHMIDT / AFP) (Photo by ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)

Newsweek Mischievously Compares Feminists To Vampire Bats

Naughty old Newsweek! This morning I was reading a feature about those terrifying nocturnal blood-suckers, vampire bats, and it dawned on me: under the cover of describing social hierarchies in these misunderstood winged creatures, the magazine has slipped out a devastatingly

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Please! Let’s Have An All-Day SXSW Panel on ‘Harassment’

Disciples! I’m here to tell you that it is important – nay, essential – that the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas follow the wishes of social justice warriors and create an all-day event about “online harassment.” The brightest stars of anti-harassment should be there. Randi Harper, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu, and the queen of online victimhood, Anita Sarkeesian.

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Gamers and Developers the Big Winners as SJWs Jump the Shark at E3 2015

The Electronics Entertainment Expo — better known as E3 — is the highlight of the gaming calendar. As the biggest video game companies in the world gather in Los Angeles for a string of exclusive announcements, it’s a time of year when gamers put down their controllers and gaze eagerly at their newsfeeds.

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