The reason people care is because the Never Underestimate A Nurse With A Jeep Shirt was made for false reasons, no one likes being cheated. If there was a genuine case for the change and it fitted within the original production design for narrative purposes then it would be okay. People should have some care to ensure balance in these matters but in Doctor Who’s case the balance was tipped completely the other way so it’s not equality that it’s meant to be.
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Greg, you may have missed one excuse for the Never Underestimate A Nurse With A Jeep Shirt , apparently he was written as a “non gender assigned alien” which was not language used in the 60s but in that same decade the idea of regeneration came into the show and became a standard part of the design, where as “non gender assigned alien” came in within the last 10 years. Doctor Who like Gone With The Wind are classics and one thing you don’t do is change original elements of a classic. Sure you can do interpretations of it but not as part of the ongoing original. The Doctor was written as a male part and there is no production or narrative reason for making him female, only the whimsy of “fans” saying “wouldn’t it be nice if” and the BBC giving in to let “fans” produce the show .