Brandon Morse is a ‘conservatarian’ gamer and blogger. You may have seen him on The Blaze TV with Dana Loesch. He’s a strong advocate of the group that’s come to be known as GamerGate—who argues against ethical lapses in video game journalism and against authoritarian political correctness being forced upon the video game industry. Anita Sarkeesian is one of the primary “social justice warriors” against whom the GamerGate movement formed. Brandon was not pleased to pick up a copy of Game Informer magazine and see Sarkeesian featured prominently.

This is a great point. Some people want new things to exist so they endeavor to create them. Then there are those who want new things to exist so they seek to force others into creating them, arguing that it is an injustice that they have not already done so. The former is a pure creative motive. The latter is more about desire to control others than about creating.

That would be what a real journalist would do, wouldn’t it?

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