Come on now, people not laughing at your jokes is always a problem for a comedian.
Start paying me for the pleasure of reading my posts, and I'll start caring about whether you find them funny. Until then, I'm not being paid to type this.
Whether it is you or me that is the problem, maybe both, there is a problem and all your denial will not change that. Everybody's over-reaction on both sides may make the discussion tiresome, but denial will make it worse. Brad seems to know it is a problem and does what he can about it as CEO of a gaming company. I admire that. Others campaign cluelessly. That is contemptible. Then others try to deny everything with a poor attempt at humor. Find your own appropriate adjective for that kind of behavior.
There is a problem and it deserves better responses than you and many others seem willing to give it. There are people who deserve mockery, but the issue does not.
I consider my responses to the problem to have been quite magnanimous. That I don't simply laugh my ass off and run people over for claiming gender discrimination is quite the accomplishment. It's almost entirely bullshit.
If I were the male equivalent of a feminist, I'd be some horribly emasculated loser that cried every time he looked in the mirror because his hair was thinning, he didn't have a six pack, and his prick wasn't 8 inches or larger. Instead, I look in the mirror because I need to comb my hair. Well, the half of it that's left anyway.
The video games industry has little if anything to point to. The vaunted boob armor comes with matching male armors that don't even cover the chest to begin with, and there are probably a higher percentage of female programmers and artists designing them than there are female gamers playing them. Now if you want to complain about why women can't drive in Saudi Arabia, go for it.