Wizards of the Coast, the company that owns the rights to Dungeons & Dragons, has made an official announcement. The monkey story in the recent Spelljammer book was a terrible mistake, and the company will do everything in its power to make sure that never happens again.
Whereas previously the review of materials was carried out at the discretion of the managers, now every word and illustration will be carefully checked by several external cultural consultants. In other words, all content will be censored by outsiders who have nothing to do with the creation of the content.
The future of D&D promises to be as sterile as possible.
The post also proudly mentions that the D&D team is racially, ethnically, genderally and cognitively diverse. Perhaps it would be worth going further and checking whether their characters are sufficiently represented by the Aashimara, the Jenazi, the Kenku and other, even rarer races. After all, someone might get upset.