Anita Sarkeesian, an Armenian woman born in Canada and now living in the U.S. is making waves in the American media appearing on CNN and Comedy Central and authoring Op-Eds in the New York Times. She makes a living criticizing American popular culture and video-games in particular from an academic feminist perspective. Once in a while she refers to her Armenian ancestry, but her statements are inconsistent and confusing. But she is aware enough of her ancestry to have criticized Suzanne Khardalian for saying she wasn't a feminist, and suggesting that feminism could free Armenian women of generational shame.
For the first time, someone (namely me) has written a critique of Sarkeesian from an Armenian perspective. Somehow the goddess Anahit and Sanasar and Baghdasar make an appearance.