"I recently spotted this video over at GTR, and was pleasantly surprised. Not to sound overly cynical, but there is a lot of girl-gamer drivel out there. Daniel Floyd delivers what appear to be the notes of Gamasutra's Leigh Alexander (formerly of Kotaku). I like what they have to say, and if you can't spare the ten minutes to watch the snappy little vid here's your summary: Women aren't in constant state of taking offense at breast physics, we just know they're not for us.
Addressed is the recently reported increase in "female gamers", which most of us know to be a reported flux not of gamers as we know them, but of women that bought Wii Fit, or play Bejeweled to kill time at work. I don't like to play into the hierarchy of gaming, and should make clear that I agree that casual gaming is fun, has its place, and may be a valuable gateway drug to the harder stuff. Where I do make the distinction is briefly touched on in the video: the ability to talk, and identify, with other women who game."