I saw this repeated several times in the thread, but, really women do not have an aversion to videogames, innate or otherwise. Women do have an aversion to people who like to make gross generalizations about women, though - as I'm sure many men are averse to people who make gross generalizations bout men.
There is cultural pressure against women adopting geekish pursuits - interests in Star Trek or playing video games. But that's cultural, not innate. Stating that there is an innate aversion is just reifying that cultural pressure all over again.
I've played FPS, RTS, RPG, 4x, puzzle games, Sims, etc. I don't play multiplayer most of the time (outside MMORPGs) because most of the online gamers tend to be foulmouthed gits (and, for that matter, those foulmouthed gits tend to be men). I do know that when I win a game against someone who knows I'm a woman, then I'm somehow exceptional...but if I lose, then I represent all women (http://xkcd.com/385/ describes this kind of phenomenon), and that also doesn't lend itself to an inviting atmosphere for women.
Then there's the not really funny "women don't really exist on the internet" meme that just that just never seems to die. If you're like the guy who posted above, you suck for using a stupid, tired joke.
Anyway, women who game are gamers. We aren't alien intellects, we don't approach games in a drastically different way than men. We're not inherently incompetent at gaming. We're not genetically wired to hate science fiction, fantasy, superheroes, or war simulations.