There's not much to say here, and I'm not sure how to open the discussion to this. I didn't even know where to put this, but I was going to ask if anyone thinks that references to Gypsies need to be altered. The word "Gypsy", on one hand, is used to refer to Romani in a derogatory way (usually as a way to paint them as dishonest). It's widely used as a racial slur to insult Roms and is usually deemed offensive in most places outside of the Americas. On the other, if you want to use the definition of "free-spirited traveler" as a defense, that could very easily be swapped out for "nomad", "wanderer", etc. so that a widely America-centric definition isn't conflated with a racist one used to discriminate against people. It's really not my place to argue this or anything, but I figured I should ask anyways.