I don't know anything about Carr, Ames or their relationship, but it seems the most you can say is that Carr employed or employs a misogynistic creep who behaves hypocritically on twitter.
If one of the correspondents in this CrossCampus/Pando email spat had founded a racist website or franchise, would Gawker take his side without even flagging same? (Especially if, to extend analogy, the racist's adversary in the email spat happened to be a person of color)? I understand that misogyny, unlike racism,is not a big deal or a social issue or anything, but still.
Now, maybe that PUA smear is inappropriate — maybe this mackwhatever site is not so bad, or maybe Olshansky's ties to it are being overstated by Carr/Ames/et al. But *if* Olshansky *is* one of these "PUA" shitheads, then Gawker's handling is...yuck.