Microsoft's new company reorganization promotes Julie Larson-Green, a 19-year company veteran, to head up Xbox—a position recently left vacant by Don Mattrick—a move that has a lot of gamers very, very upset because she's a woman, who supposedly has no gaming experience. Oh and also, she's hot. When the news hit the social gaming news site N4G, commenters were quick to point out her shortcomings, emphasis noted by "games freak" and journalist Lauren Wainwright.
The type is a bit small, but one of the underlined parts suggests that Larson-Green will create terrible games "dedicated to baking and knitting." Though another calms that person down noting that she's "just another figurehead. Easy on the eyes, too." Over at Gamespot we get a lot more on her physical appearance. "Love to get her in front of the Kinect spycam," "milf," and "JLG > Helen Mirren" are the top three comments. Further down, though, someone counters with: "why cant they get someone hotter... she looks old and wrinkly." This standard gamer talk is all particularly amusing in this situation since, Larson-Green is ultimately in charge of making the sexist gamers' games (i.e. crack), which is kind of like a drug addict disapproving of their female drug dealer because of her gender.