A woman writes a law paper about Kindle Worlds and its relationship to issues around fair use versus license models and how they relate to internet-driven remix culture. A man picks this story up and, stripping any nuance from the original argument, turn it into a headline that declares “Kindle Worlds is a bust”. A second man comes along and writes a counterargument.
Now. Question: Whose argument does the second man engage with? The one written by the expert-in-her-field woman? Or the man?
That was rhetorical. You already know the answer.
One day, a man is going to write a decent article about fanfiction. Today is not that day.