In #ButThatsNoneOfMyBusiness, Goldi explains to Maya why the gaming club, which was proposed by Hunter, should be shut down. Goldi affirmed that the club normalized and celebrated sexual violence, which could be triggering to students who have been assulted, as their competitions are held in the gym.
In #NotAllMen, Hunter is in a meeting with The Feminist Club and Student Council, who give him their reasons for shutting down the club, which he responds in an Islamophobic and racist way. Maya and Goldi try to explain to Hunter what their problems with the club are. Goldi states that the female avatars in the game are scantily clothed and players using those avatars are often unfairly targeted for attacks in the game. She states the images of women being primarily targeted to be ganged up on and attacked in the video game could be potentially harmful to female victims of violence or sexual assault. Hunter retorts that anything can be a trigger and then calls Goldi's hijab her "headgear" and says that he could easily be afraid that she'd "snap and blow us all up." Goldi is visibily hurt by his comments and Archie Simpson and the PTA ordered that the club be shut down after his remarks.
In #SorryNotSorry, Goldi is included on Hunter's list of those he'd possibly hurt. They are both in the same room during the lockdown, but Hunter ends up choosing not to hurt anyone.
- Goldi ran for school president against Hunter's brother, Miles.
- Goldi's brother, Baaz, is in Hunter's Gaming Club and is good friends with Hunter.