Ben Kuchera, writing at Polygon, wants us to know that violence against women in video games is not acceptable. And that women are, apparently, just dogs to be kicked in most video games. Or something like that. Mateusz Wacek looks at his logic and finds it wanting.
The sex-relations model of gynocentric culture sees men placing their lives in the service of women, and despite occasional hand-wringing about a decline in chivalric service to women, the practice appears to be alive and well. Peter Wright offers some historical background on the origins of male servitude.