In the 1960's you had the Civil Rights Movement in the US, something which protested against real oppression of a 'minority' which resulted in the leaders and most vocal people of the movement getting murdered and assassinated, two people I greatly admire. Fast forward to 2016 and people aren't protesting against real oppression and real violations of fundamental human rights. Instead, you get a bunch of SJW whinging and mewing over some fictional 'minority' character in a TV show getting killed and moaning that 'minorities' aren't featured in films and TV series. I find it astonishing that they ignore real problems that people face and complain about this. Grow up! If you want stories with people like you in them, then make them! Don't turn it into a faux movement against perceived oppression which really doesn't exist that makes a mockery out of the real dangers that people face in countries where being a 'minority' not only puts individuals in danger of being assaulted, but where it is illegal to be a 'minority.' Or become a real voice for 'minorities' and do what people like Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela and Malcolm X did.