I work in the tech industry, and I fully support anyone who wants to participate in this industry. However, this post really just sounds like pointless whining. I'm not suggesting sexist behavior might not be a problem -- but this post does a terrible job of demonstrating it.
To look at their list of bad things that have happened this week:
1) A throughout and fair investigation found that no sexual harassment occurred. The link goes to great lengths to describe how fair the investigation was (and it sounds like legitimately was fair) and that no evidence was found supporting the sexism claims. So, is this post suggesting that there is no way the woman could be wrong and we must assume a thorough, independent investigation is part of a conspiracy to mistreat women? Blind support of all accusations of misdeeds is a terrible way to gather more support.
2) A CEO being fired for acting violently. This is a good thing, not a bad thing, right? In any case, the violence was towards his girlfriend/prostitute (not my judgement, just paraphrasing), which is certainly bad, but doesn't really speak about women in the tech industry.
3) People wanting to see a video like this isn't sexist -- I can promise you the reaction would have been the same if the victim had been male. This is not a sexist or feminist issue, at all. This is people wanting to see a video... of course they don't care about consent, viewers never do. This is NOT about exploiting a woman.
4) Yeah, codebabes.com is sexist and tacky. But I can assure you, anyone who "learns" coding through a site like that will be woefully unprepared for a real tech industry job. This site doesn't really represent professional techies at all. Furthermore, anyone can put any site they want on the internet, and if this site leads people to believe the internet is sexist... well, they must be very new to the internet.
5) "Some men made statements that made us feel unwelcome in the tech industry." Yeah, me too. Many people in the tech industry are very poor at social interaction. With all people. They make awkward, inappropriate comments to women. They also make awkward, inappropriate commands to men. Yes, this applies to women in the tech industry as much as men (which is to say, some of them, not all). I could write a blog post about the mean, weird, awkward and offensive things co-workers (both sexes) have said to me (male) over the years, but why would I?