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TheImpossible1 17 points ago +19 / -2

Wow, maybe I should write a book.

The More Feminine Way : How feminists took over the world to fulfil a decades old genocidal plan.

I think I'd sell more than 717 at least.

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brappablat 14 points ago +14 / -0

You'll need a believable alias like Caitlin Roper or Tanya Cohen or Joshua Ryne Goldberg or something.

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TheImpossible1 5 points ago +6 / -1

A woman's name? I think that'd defeat the objective of writing it.

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Johan_Liebert 13 points ago +13 / -0

Women's name will sell more to gullible retards. Just toss on a shitty wig and claim tranny, then you'll make the BIG bucks.

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TheImpossible1 5 points ago +6 / -1

Nah, if it's an anti feminist book, you need a fake tradthot identity like Lauren Southern.

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DefinitelyNotIGN 9 points ago +9 / -0

But Lauren is a trans-man. His passport says so.

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TheImpossible1 2 points ago +2 / -0

But does she have a male privilege card like I do? She's not a real man.

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Galean 8 points ago +8 / -0

Dude you would sell a million copies easy, as long as you do it ok from a historic point of view, articulate your thoughts and do not go overboard with paranoia and rants, as you sometimes do. I would buy it.

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TheImpossible1 8 points ago +9 / -1

A million is optimistic, I'd give it about 10k before Mastercard starts pulling payment processing from everywhere selling it.

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CatoTheElder 20 points ago +21 / -1

She also accused a guy of raping her and drove him to suicide.

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FrostedCricketFlakes 12 points ago +12 / -0

edit: started adding more before I noticed the reply. Then I added even more. Might as well tell the whole story. Holy infodump.

Adam Holowka, a developer behind I'm Okay, Aquaria, Towerfall, and Night in the Woods. He also ran the Infinite Ammo podcast. Adam did far more for the industry then she ever will. I'm Okay was the game made for Jack Thompson's Modest Proposal. Thompson didn't live up to his end of the bargain, so Penny Arcade did instead, donating $10,000, and starting the Childs Play charity. Aquaria was one of, if not the first game to really kick of the modern indie game movement. They also did a devlog during development, so they started that trend too. He did a lot to try to bring the Winnepeg community together, including being one of the creators behind the Winnitron, an arcade cabinet (that became cabinets) for indie games.

Quinn not only accused Alec of rape, but also of preventing her from leaving the house, not letting her see others or go to events. I think she even mentioned he controlled her ability to contact others. Her twitter posts from the time talking about how she was loving the events she was going to clearly proved otherwise. but by the time people reported on them, his community had already abandoned him, and it was too late.

Quinn also accused the boyfriend that she cheated on with journalists of being physically abusive. I didn't hear her say this publicly, but in court. There is (or was) a law that banned someone accused of being physically abusive from speaking publicly for a year. It had a sister law preventing those accused of verbal abuse from speaking, and had already been repealed. Her and her lawyer submitted the claim to the judge to use this law to prevent him from being able to tell his side of the story at the start of GG. The judge granted it, without having listened to the boyfriend. Days before the year was up, they revoked the order. He wasn't able to sue about the false claim, or the abuse of law until the one year was over, and since the order was cancelled just before, he couldn't do anything. She used this year to set the narrative.

When the boyfriend finally was able to speak, he showed text conversations with her, where she prevented him from working with other women, because she was uncomfortable, and that she "wouldn't do it to him." She proved that wrong when she cheated on him with 5 journalist during a GDC weekend. This, and many other parts of his text conversations with her showed that she is an extremely flawed person, that worries others will do exactly what she would. She projects.

Quinn is behind two successful kickstarters that earned about $80,000 each. One was to create a game jam, after causing a professional TV program where indie studios competed in game jams to fail. The other was a homoerotic visual novel with photographs of guys wearing animal masks. The only thing that can be considered an update about either was a twitter post she made while she was in Japan that she ran out of money.

Quinn created the Crash Override Network (or CON), which was publicly supposed to be a non-for-profit helping victims of online abuse. She received donations through Sarkeesian's non-for-profit. It didn't help a single victim. One reportedly went to them for help, but was laughed at. It turned out to just be a chat site for doxxing when the logs were dumped. The public page still said coming soon when it closed. Ian Miles Chong was one of the people in the logs, and validated them.

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Daucus9 13 points ago +13 / -0

It was Alec Holowka she tried to frame.

She wanted some quick MeToo fame, and given how incestuous and SJW and "believe women" heavy the indie game circles are, everyone immediately cut themselves off from Holowkwa and I think even his own goddamn sister issued some apology to Quinn for her awful brother.

Receipts eventually came out disproving everything but with having all his friends and family believing some borderline personality disorder wench over him, he killed himself.

Quinn had planned to bask in some "I was a victim too but my voice is small and tiny compared to this big white male who gets away with everything" fame but his suicide made it too hard for her to have a pity party so she moved on to the next thing.

It is absolutely horrifying to see this woman both get work and continue to have people willing to be in her presence. Everywhere she goes, there is some awful drama with of course her portraying herself as the victim.

As the saying goes, if everywhere you go you smell shit, check your own shoes.

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FrostedCricketFlakes 8 points ago +8 / -0

That MeToo fame. I think her money had also run dry leading up to the accusation.

She disappeared from the internet for a few weeks after his death. Then when she came back, she still acted the victim, but of his suicide.

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BidenLikesMiners 4 points ago +4 / -0

and the con was the network... just what she named it.

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DefinitelyNotIGN 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'd say she's in the bottom 1%. But there's a LOT of people on Earth.

She also often bragged about how she once maimed a man. No criminal investigation has taken place, though. And she gave her own definition of rape, which by her actions, means she is a rapist.

So an abusive rapist-batterer-liar-defrauding-con artist.

And the Left flocked to her side, to simp like no beta has simped before, for they saw in her all the traits the Left loves: Abusive raping lying con artistry, and they were in awe, and said "must protecc da queen". Politicians, the UN itself, Moot, major credit cards, Hollywood, they all flocked en masse.

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Galean 7 points ago +7 / -0

She kind of triggered the entire gamergate movement

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current_horror 6 points ago +7 / -1

The Five Guys incident was to gaming journalism what covid-19 was to leftists around the world: a precipitating event. Journos had wanted to throw gamers out of gaming for years. Zoe Quinn gave them a pretext to do so. It ended up not working at all. Now almost everyone, including devs, hates journos.

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BidenLikesMiners 4 points ago +4 / -0

member how that disgraced ars writer defended her? pepe farms do

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FrostedCricketFlakes 5 points ago +5 / -0

She was a nobody at the time (still is). The way the journos responded was the real issue.The 5 guys post came out on the weekend on Monday morning, almost every gaming journo site had "Gamers are Dead" as their headline piece. Bashing gamers and autistic people as evil violent basement dwelling misogynists. They all used their GameJournosPro mailing list to keep a consistent narrative.

All the media was being asked of was to mention conflicts of interest. They refused, and burned even more of the bridge with more false accusations, and more proof they hated everything about the industry they were in. The FDA some years later required presenting conflicts of interest, but even there were many who didn't.

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AboriginalIvory 3 points ago +3 / -0

Don't insult cockroaches

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censorthisss 5 points ago +5 / -0

"Powering and empowering"

Genius review there lol

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realerfunction 4 points ago +5 / -1

if this bitch had any humanity in her she'd rope.

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theradraccoon 3 points ago +3 / -0

Shockingly, this was one of the better of the final wave of Vertigo comics. The one they ended up refusing the publish, Second Coming, was actually the best of the lot. Contrary to the ignorant fervor that got it cancelled, it's actually very supportive of Jesus' messages of redemption and forgiveness.

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Norenia 3 points ago +3 / -0

Suddenly, I'm tempted to write up a PSO2-knockoff scifi novel.

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DefinitelyNotIGN 2 points ago +2 / -0

Let failure be your inspiration. Go forth, for you can do no worse. Like, really, you definitely can't do worse, that's an amazingly shitty showing for something backed by big industry.

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OBRIENMUSTSUFFER 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wow I wonder if the main character is supposed to be based on anybody?

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RealDrJester -2 points ago +3 / -5

Hahahahaha 717... What an utter failure from an absolutely horrendous person.