When is a docu going to show the true story of Anita S. and Brianna Wu?
I mean one that shows and investigates the connection of Anita Sarkeesian to people like Bart Bagget selling "handwriting classes" to unsuspecting gullible people or Alex Mandossian and her previous involvement with pyramid schemes and teleseminars?
And how she is using Anonymous empty "Internet threats" she deliberately baits for as PR push for her career as grievance monger similar to Jack Thompson before her.
One that shows us what a large majority of women and "female gamers" actually think about her and doesn't just interview the same 20 San Francisco-based faces.
This for instance was the reaction to her appearance on The Colbert Report among said: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L_Wmeg7OTU http://abload.de/img/1421641645274-0sulg2.png
And her ABC Nightline hitpiece on gaming and Grand Theft Auto in the footsteps of Jack Thompson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAyncf3DBUQ http://i.imgur.com/3n04z6Q.jpg
Jack Thompson on the same programme back in 2006: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06YSAQQ5wcE
And when are we going to stop hearing what grand victims people like Brianna Wu are, undertaking grand media tours across news media based on vague threats by an Anonymous Twitter account?
HuffPost Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1U1cT72JBc
BBC radio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZFdWAqJass
CNN a second time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kA7ZtU3FXVE
Al Jazeera: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OB-Dtxx7fy4
ABC Nightline: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=260KxcDTw0I
And start instead hearing about their insanity and engaging in "social media shaming" of industry professionals:
For instance how Brianna will apparently have no "mansplaining" or "manjacking" from anyone: http://imgur.com/a/gufoQ
How they were engaged in shaming gaming journalists into compliance long before the recent media frenzy: https://medium.com/the-magazine/goty-2013-badass-girls-need-not-apply-1b56d8c8a1fb and claimed that Giantbombs readers "sent 7 rape threats" due to that article without any evidence: https://twitter.com/spacekatgal/status/484175097385984000
How Brianna apparently can't even visit a tech conference without being "catcalled 5 times": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkoGep47X_Y
How they attack gaming engine producers like Unity for advertizing their breast physics: https://twitter.com/spacekatgal/status/544573380595564544 https://twitter.com/Spacekatgal/status/544574665075982337 and make female employees having to "apologize" for that great affront: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B47AHsZIMAARLnO.png
How they attack the Oculus development team for not being "diverse" enough: https://twitter.com/spacekatgal/status/544522030658617344 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B46boLsIMAAZlYe.png (with said developer deleting his Twitter after said conversation) then running to Gawker Networks to get them to write up a story: https://twitter.com/Spacekatgal/status/544544171600904192
How they attacked Lionhead Studios over their engagement in "#NationalCleavageDay": https://twitter.com/Spacekatgal/status/581524575130779648
How they attacked another gaming engine producer, Reality Engine for "unconscious sexism": https://twitter.com/spacekatgal/status/585423117767540737
How they were attacking female journalists for not agreeing with them: http://imgur.com/bANYzK5 https://i.imgur.com/GfLJJWN.png
This is a documentary I'd like to see, I'm tired of hearing how big of a victim these people are: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4BvyJWKWDE when they are anything but, they are social media parasites making their money (in some cases hundreds of thousands a year): http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2015/01/24/anita-sarkeesian-releases-kickstarter-breakdown-raised-440000-in-2014/ by selling their victimhood to passersby without any idea about the greater details. I'm tired of hearing how the "gaming industry" or "movie industry" or "technology industry" are full of "sexism" and "misogyny" because someone out there in the world might have sent them something less than nice on Twitter that one time and how this makes it a "problem" that the entire world should care about.