Right. So we can talk about who we should cast as Dr. Doom, as long as we don't point out the longstanding issues regarding the portrayal of both his background and similar characters in media.
In other news, Avatar: The Last Airbender's casting wasn't offensive at all and would have been commendable if they hired people who could actually act.
Yes, that's clearly what I said.
Here is my summary of every conversation I have ever had with you because this is all you ever want to talk about.
Are minorities underrepresented in movies and television? Yes, of course they are.
Should Hollywood do a better job of diversifying their casts? Yes, of course they should.
Is it realistic to think Hollywood is going to go out of its way to make sure the ethnic background of every actor perfectly matches the ethnic background of every existing fictional character at the expense of established star power in their billion dollar franchises? No, it is not.
If you disagree, fine, but it would be awesome if you could stop implying everyone who thinks those things is a racist.