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The pop culture wars

Pop culture has become a proxy for wars about our culture

13 May 2024

2:00 AM

13 May 2024

2:00 AM

Recently, a small miniature company in the UK, Games Workshop, announced a change to its longstanding lore. I won’t get into the details; it is enough to say that this went along the usual lines of enhancing diversity, inclusion, and equity, at the expense of the qualities that had made that fictional universe popular to begin with.

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