@stonyman65: This makes sense to me. Eventually, things like this just even out on their own. It's like the concept of white rappers. While I'm not a scholar on the history of rap, most early rap appears to be made by black men who weren't so concerned about being "forward thinking" and "open-minded." Eventually, enough white people began to enjoy black rappers that a few of these fans then went on to have successful rap careers and draw more white people into rap. Now in 2014, Iggy Azalea (a white Australian woman) can have a #1 rap hit and someone like RiFF RAFF can exist.
If people are so concerned about not having enough equality in video games and the gaming press, introduce your friends of that minority to the games industry and show them that there are games that they will like. My girlfriend (who rarely plays games) is really into art and design, so I showed her Tearaway and by the end of the week, she was begging me to bring my Vita over to her house so she could play it. If a few minorities enjoy a culture dominated by white men, eventually people from these minorities will show up in the industry (like they are right now) and inspire more people of minorities to become programmers, journalists, gamers, etc.
That's just my opinion. It seems like a more productive way to go about it than burning everyone at the stake who unintentionally offends you.
At the end of the day, I want Jeff and Giant Bomb to hire people who mesh well with them, whether that's Dan Rykert, Carrie Gouskos or my adopted black lesbian second cousin (That's not a joke, she really exists.)