It's hard to go on the internet much anymore without seeing TV show XYZ or video game ABC or book 123 being criticized for not having "strong female characters" or "non-stereotyped gay characters" or "whitewashing the cast" or for otherwise being too insensitive to the diverse audience it may have. Do you think this has gone overboard? Personally, I feel we get a little too sensitive about these topics. I'm gay, a person of color and I am feminist, but I don't feel the need to have a prominent gay, colored, or female character in every game, show or book. Just cause we don't have it doesn't mean we're not diverse. I feel at times there is too much attention brought to gay, colored, or female lead characters. I also feel that sometimes we unnecessarily victimize ourselves over gays, people of color, or females being "stuck to the side roles in media." What do you guise think? Are we too sensitive? Or are we not sensitive enough?