What's interesting to me is that some of the comments she included are *not* sexist. They just disagree with her. Some of them do so while using nasty language, so yeah, those count. But others don't use any nasty language, or don't use any terms they wouldn't call a guy, so I don't think that counts. Some of them simply point out that not that many women play games, games with female protagonists don't sell as well, that if more women play there will be more games with female protagonists, that video games are not meant to be an agent of social change, and she's welcome to make her own game if she wants to. However, she's right about many of them. But then, the vitriol spewed by people online, whether male or female, and whether directed at males or females, has always astounded me. I guess when people step behind the wheel of a car or sit down at the keyboard, they figure they're anonymous and they can let loose with whatever they want without recourse.