@waywardgamer said:@declanusaur: This is the essential disagreement then, which is that a piece has to make overt commentary for it to become a proper space for discussion of the topic. This is not the case, and this is not how culture works. We understand culture better through all of the diverging perspectives it offers. Regardless of whether or not the team was trying its hardest to be politically correct, this is still a representation of someone's perspective, and perspective invites discussion. There is no point at which something must be made for discussion. And if everything that was worth talking about was made for it then we would all be guarded sociopaths, waiting for someone's face to crack." There is no point at which something must be made for discussion."Okay, so basically this podcast is just designed as a round about way to have a discussion about slavery on a game website?I mean by this logic why not just flood this website with "discussion"GTA V had a torture scene, lets have a discussion about torture.Kerbal has space ships, lets discuss space.AC BF has pirates, lets discuss.Call of Duty has war, lets discuss war.If this website turned into that, it wouldn't be so much of a game website anymore. If people want that stuff they can find it elsewhere.Most people don't want to talk about politics and social topics at every turn, they actively avoid it.