That’s one of the things I loved about Pratchett’s world: he dealt with issues that also exist in real life, but he did it in the context of his fantasy world. The issues that a golem or a dwarf or a zombie might face were not some ham-fisted metaphor for a real societal issue, they were their own issues that made sense in the context of the world they were in, but they also reflected on the real-world issues that marginalized people faced. Discworld is like some kind of funhouse mirror for our world, it looks different, and it’s maybe a little funnier, but it’s still recognizable