On the whole, I agree with Thunderfoot.
Skepticism is being damaged by people placing a disproportionate amount of effort looking into trivial matters--such as how to police the behavior of individuals in bars. Equality is not trivial, nor is fighting bigotry. Inappropriate behavior should be dealt with when it happens, and it seems that inappropriate behavior has been reasonably dealt with (camera guy) when it's happened in the convention; the fuel of the "skepticism is misogynistic" idea doesn't seem to be actual misogyny, relegating it to triviality.
This is my opinion because nobody has presented any evidence for any significant issues regarding bigotry/equality at TAM or anywhere else in the skeptical community; the issue doesn't seem to deserve the furor that is raging around it.