Stuff like this from places like G4 just reinforces stereotypes that others are trying to fix (even if the right game won)
That said, stuff does exist in that community. A female game journalist who is a personality (realistically: she isn't a top player, but she is decent and tries hard, like 90% of us) was at EVO last year, and broke down in her second match and screamed. If it was a guy, it would have just been a "salty moment"- instead you hear all sorts of "crazy cat lady" comments and other stuff. Honestly, given what happened and how she lost, I might have screamed myself.
I really was unsure what was the best thing to do- so I made fun of the moment as salt without any gender references, and kept saying that's all it was. Sad thing is this community is one of the "nicer" communities out there. I hope that was the right thing.
Also, what do you do when a female player just isn't good, and is continuing to try, but isn't willing to do it right? I don't want to patronize, but I don't want to destroy (especially since I am interested in this person). I'm terrible at these sorts of games yet I can win every time easily. I really shouldn't. It's frustrating because I know that becoming good would make her so happy, but she's doing it wrong, and I don't know if she can do it right. Large numbers of men can't either, including myself.
thankfully there is little crossover between the tournament-going FGC and Stardock games so I can say stuff here and it won't get read by a couple of folks.