>>190522545>where it tries not offend everyone by creating a pseudo-melting pot of racial features.
How do autistic people still not grasp that anime characters don't look like people at all? Like, I get that the base state of man is that when you see something undefined you try to apply label to it, but to be so simple you actually get offended by the lack of "racial features" on fictional characters with eyes that eat up most of their heads is just silly. I can't even fathom out of all the criticisms "the fictional character's are drawn creatively and don't religiously abide by my narrow perception of race: this bad.". Who looks at a cartoon and honestly cares about something so small? Of all the things to get offeneded by, lol. Dangers of stupidity I suppose.