For the past couple of years, people have somehow convinced themselves that anything should be for everyone, and specifically, for them. From content being distorted to appeal to everyone and made so by inadequate social activists following a social agenda rather than producing art (subpar directors and producers for movies, tv shows, videogames), to groups, activities, and well, anything, having to appeal to everyone whilst being offensive to no one and nothing.
Even jokes and comedy about stereotypes are no-go. The same ones that basically expose excessively bad taste and asshole behavior.
There is a consistent censorship model going on for past shows or movies of any kind, as soon as something becomes “offensive” for any subset of people, it’s mind-boggling.
In truth, most things in life are for a small subset of people, sometimes even just one person, and it’s ok.
No one forces anyone to watch something they deem offensive, or play something made by a bigot, and so on.
It feels like the only available freedom is the one to agree, and it’s both funny and sad at the same time, like being the butt of a joke.
This issue ties very well with something else: the freedom to disagree. But that’s for another time.
If it does not positively resonate with you, it’s not for you. It’s okay, now move on, thank you.
if the original IP of anything, whether it resonates with me is irrelevant, is distorted with your social or political agenda, then I recommend you stop being a sleazy human being and grow some balls to directly further your ideas.