The product begins with a highly charged, provacative, line-in-the-sand political and social statement about who should and should not play the game. The very act of sorting people into one's own moral categories and condemning them in such a polarizing way runs counter to the ethic of inclusivity professed by the product. For me, this douses any interest in pursuing this further. I would recommend that the author focus on the positive aspects of their view of inclusivity without expressing such condemnation of their view of what opinions others may hold.
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