Lately, I have been on a Netflix binge and have noticed that many shows that are coming out make a consistent effort to be inclusive but at least in my opinion, in many of these cases their efforts to include normally marginalized people comes off as insincere or feels more like a quota (Star Wars, Doctor Who), especially when the writers do little to make that particular character interesting beyond his or her race or sexual orientation and the character is only used as a means of speaking about that particular issue (Legends of Tomorrow). As a screenwriter, I write the characters that feel necessary and right for that particular story without regard for race or sexual orientation. I know most screenwriters do the same as well. Doing anything else seems to go against the creative spirit and be insincere. That said, it is clear that Hollywood feels differently and my question is, should screenwriters take notice and write accordingly? The business side of me says to give studios what they are looking for but the screenwriter in me is telling me to do what feels right for the story.