"Does it really matter what race the main character is? I think if black people can relate to Spiderman and girls can relate to Harry Potter, then does the race, sexual orientation or gender of a character really matter? Is that really the message we should be sending? "Only the surface is important"?
By saying we need more diversity, are we really helping minorities, or are we just being condescending by assuming they can't see past their own appearance and experiences?"
But on other days, I think:
"Fuckin' white people."
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