I disagree with the moral assumptions of Anita Sarkeesian's videos. She wants to pour her version of politics all over something that, at minimum, was not created with the intention of creating political propaganda. Fans of the material are entitled to treat this kind of critical approach as a kind of vandalism. Worse, in this enterprise, there's always an element of pretending to uncover unintended hidden meanings in the source material. This is an act that can be easily taken too far. There's also an element of moral blackmail involved. The assumption is not only that the hidden meanings are truly present; but also that they need condemnation. You are an apologist for immorality if you deny their presence. You are also an apologist for immorality if you refuse to join the chorus of condemnation. You are an apologist for immorality if your reaction to the argument is not to care about this issue. I don't see why she ought to be immune to pushback if that's the public stance she has taken.