Are you actually suggesting that the Internet should be monitored and laws passed about behaviour there? Really? Seriously? I smell a trolling bait here, but allow me to retortİ.
As I've always hated the pseudoscience that psychology is for cuddling people that can't deal with their problems because of :effort: - whilst admiring how effective psychiatry is with people that have real problems, I have a passion dismantling any ideology that tends to run with scissors by going to extremes.
First of all, feminism, lexically, indicates a tipping balance towards women. I love and respect the women in my life and my doctor let me out of the cage last week... err. Why call the hand a foot? Why call feminism an ideology that promotes men and women being equal? Isn't equality a better word? In my profession, I am kicked in the balls by the patient and the whole hospital if I say the patient must have his wrist operated when the problem is in his knee.
By explaining feminism as a "normal" movement and extremist feminism as a "radical" movement there's a strange mindbending tendency of getting to call things what they aren't and thus creating a bit of confusion.
Thus we arrive... here...
It doesn't matter whether the idea behind the stuff is valid or not. To be pushed through it needs that tabloid spark that will get it read by masses that are more than happy of chipping in 0.99$ as a donation for a "good fight" with "the ebil system".
I do agree on the thing that sexism is a problem. But it's a freaking video game. It's the same with banning Tom & Jerry because they're violent to each other and children might pick up a hammer and smash it into their neighbour's kid head. Image explaining:
Ok now we got that out of the way, time to draw a conclusion, as I'm way too tired to expand on this. Men and women are equal. There is no need to name the women "bearers of our unborn children" because that would cause a ridiculous amount of chuckle, Captain Obvious. Mutual respect should be something normal and it usually is, although it does depend on social, family and education background.
To expand on women in video games not wearing enough body armour for example is just begging for attention and I don't mean any good attention. It is well known that the internet is the internet, where men are men, women are men and little gurls are FBI agentsİ, but also that there are a lot of psychotic people that simply don't have anything better to do than ruin stuff. When going out on a limb into a soon to be war, you don't go in without *cough* body armour.
Trolling and joking on the internet withing certain limits that are defineable only by a certain community that the said person is a part of are certainly tolerable. The rest goes under some laws that define "cyberbullying" and other stuff, which are more or less absurd, depending on perspective and social, family and education background (common sense tells us that someone certainly lacks common sense to insert pornographic stuff on a wikipedia page, no matter which one is that, but it also tells us that the wikipedia owners need to upgrade some of their protocols on accepting articles and/or materials on their site, although they would have to work a bit for that).
I don't want to live on this planet anymore. Bring me my Mach