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Anita Sarkeesian has released another Tropes vs. Women in Video Games video, which is part two of her analysis of the "Damsel in Distress" trope. YouTube briefly pulled the video after several members flagged it as inappropriate, but after Sarkeesian's appeal, it is back for all to take in.
While Sarkeesian has once again been attacked on Twitter for her latest video, she's also been supported by two of media's largest creators, Tim Schaefer and Joss Whedon.
I think everyone who makes games should watch this video from start to finish. http://t.co/5W56lFNVp2— Tim Schafer (@TimOfLegend) August 26, 2014
Sarkeesian's series, Tropes vs. Women in Video Games, is the result of successful crowdfunding in 2012, where she asked for $6,000 and raised $160,000. This video makes the fourth entry in her series.
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