Adi Robertson, writing for The Verge:
Look, I get it. She's painting a pretty ugly picture around your favorite (and historically male-dominated pastime), and, yeah, she seems to cherry-pick aspects and misrepresent certain games to help prove her point. That sucks. I don't like it when people manipulate facts to push forth their cause either.
However, under no circumstances is behavior like this acceptable. It makes your own arguments appear invalid, and it doesn't help drive any actual sort of discussion. If anything, it just further solidifies her original points, and builds support for her cause. If you disagree with someone, it's well within your rights to debate their views. It's never acceptable to threaten someone or their family because you don't like their Internet videos. Why is this even something that needs to be said?