I’m the type of person that likes diversity in TV shows and movies. There should be gender diversity — a pretty equal balance between females and males and the cast should be racially diverse, in my opinion. Of course, this does not hold for period pieces or settings that clearly have a dominant race or clearly sexist society or something. I’m not a Social Justice Warrior (SJW) or anything, I just want diversity—not white males dominating the screen all the time.
Which kind of makes my writings a bit interesting.
Right now, the ‘main’ cast is:
- King Fla’neiel
Two females and three males. At least it isn’t one female and four males, but it isn’t completely balanced. It being five and odd causes this, but of the principle four (‘the main group’) only Spellbinder identifies as female. I don’t really count Farrco as ‘male’ per say, but he uses the ‘he’ pronoun due to more simplistic reasons (which will be explored in Threads that Bind the Tempest aka book 3, which is going swimmingly, if I were swimming in loose sand.) But regardless, there isn’t really the balance that my gender diversity cravings want and the …