I do not. But the interviewer is only a conduit, not the origin of the question.
That highly depends on the interviewer. Some interviewers have strong opinions, and the interviews they produce are a dialogue between them and their subjects; others try to keep their own personality out of the interview as much as possible to make the subject of the interview shine.
A question like the one asked here, full of prejudice and bias, firmly belongs in the first category; when you ask a question like that (or others like it, see for example the first question in the interview!), you as an interviewer are no longer merely a "conduit" for the other person, you are engaging in a dialogue.
FYI I didn't write the first question either.
If memory serves - we drafted the questions around Christmas(ish) so I can't be 100% sure
- I wrote questions 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Oh and the last "What are you working on..." question. If any of those
questions were stupid then I take full responsibility. I cannot take responsibility for the others as I didn't write them and I don't have editorial control over Coin-Drop since it isn't my site.
My site, which I do
have complete control over is https://www.nomadsreviews.co.uk/
but I have been a little neglectful of that one over the last few months. I will probably continue to use Nomad's Reviews for non-video game stuff, such as reviews of books, audiobooks and audio-dramas, which are other passions of mine.