Please, maybe some players use DS to play their own version of the Gor saga
, but that is not fault by WotC.
What if now I say "Ixalan" is a "theme park experience" of the conquest of America? Or we could talk about "the maid's tale" (the true intention by the author was a a critique against the Iranian regime).
And what about the cyberpunk stories set in a future distopian dictatorship where political prisoners are sentenced to forced labor?
Or a new story set in New Capena, where the country is invaded by a dictatorship, and one of the first actions by the resistence is to rescue and free the prisons of war, who fought to try stop the invasion, sent to forced works (= slavery).
I do not accept being accused of frivolity. My parents and grandparents not only lived in a dictatorship, but also my grandparent's generation suffered the worst genocide, or attempt of genocide, in our History. When a Catholic priest or a nun is showed in a fictional work with a.... bad image.... it is an insult for all the people who paid with their lives the hate against the faith. That hate is killing more people than the racism or the homophobia, even in the last year.
Are you against a videogame where America is invaded by the III Reich(Wolfstein II: the new Colossus)? Or conquered by North-Korea (videogame Homefront).
Do you allow in your game a villain group as the Magisterium(His dark materials)
or the reverend Leland Drud (White Wolf 2: the myth of the white wolf, played by Alfred Molina)
, or don't you because it is offensive?
Do you know the episode "the slave island" of X-Men the animated serie? It was about slavery.
Are you really coherent and sensible when you say to others about when any thing is offensive/frivolous or not?
Do you play with mummy monsters in your game, or instead are you politically correct and do you say "mummified creature"?
British Museum stops using the word 'MUMMY' out of 'respect' for dead