Unfortunately I think most of it is just a marketing exercise to entice more spectators and viewers, rather than a sincere approach. I am totally in favour of the indigenous round and the ANZAC round, as they celebrate relative things in our game and our history.
I have never thought that Rugby League has excluded anyone, race, religion, disability or sexual preference, so why do we have to have a round that says RL is inclusive, when it always has been?
Next thing you know we'll have a damn 'Mothers Day' round and all mums will receive a rose and each player will have a photo of their mum on their jersey, and a 'Fathers Day' round and each player will have a photo of their dad on their jersey, and dads all get a free beer (okay, that sounds pretty cool)!
If the NRL are serious, then I am happy to make it about raising money for a worthwhile charity, like breast cancer, which too many women suffer from, or a children's disease, and all money raised during that round its supports the cause. This whole thing about inclusion is just topical and opportunistic.
Now, don't get me wrong about my support of those who are different to me, as of the 6 males in our family, I and my son are the only ones who are not homosexual, and those who are they think something is wrong with us (LOL). I love them all!