Let’s talk about one of my absolute favorite shows: BoJack Horseman. If you haven’t watched it pull it up on Netflix and watch it. All of it. Seriously, this post is going to be filled with spoilers. I’ll wait.
I bring up BoJack Horseman because it’s one of the shining examples when it comes to diversity. Now that you’ve watched all thirty-six episodes, you’re aware that the show has a diverse cast of characters. Some of the main characters are animals (Todd and Diane being the only main characters who aren’t animals) but we also have gay characters (Karen and Tanisha’s wedding in season 3), Vietnamese (Diane), black (Corduroy), and even an asexual (Todd).Continue reading “Doing Diversity Right”