These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Fanon Discontinuity: Several books are considered this for one reason or another, but the revised Children of Gaia Tribebook especially. The revised Black Fury tribebook, for instance, abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook — in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies appealing in the first place.
Hilarious in Hindsight: Granted, it is appropriate, but the Changing Breeds supplement has one such moment. A werehyena (who are at war with the werelions) stating that they should get back to what matters—"killing Simba".
Also, read the Galliard chapter of Book of Auspices. The debate between Samir the Jackal and Malcolm Night-Smile is thick with Ho Yay.
And it doesn't stop there. The narrator of the Ahroun chapter (a Get of Fenris writing it just after World War II, no less) takes a look at all the various romantic possibilities for high-Rage Garou and admits that same-sex loving between two Garou is probably the best option one can get while technically not breaking the Litany.
They still don't hold a candle to the Nuwisha, who have a high level gift called "Teasing Mate", which their Tribe book specifically says is for attracting lovers of the same gender. That's right, they have an actual Gift for getting some gay lovin'.
Shout Out: In the Gurahl breed book, a Wyrm-corrupted Werebear attacks two campers: one wearing a UCLA jacket and a Chicago Bears sweatshirt. The other is wearing a Prophecy: The Horror Movie shirt. Prophecy is about a pollution-mutated bear attacking people in the wilderness.
Unfortunate Implications: The Get of Fenris' tribal emblem is a stylized swastika. While their use of the symbol predates Nazi bastardization by millenia, there are several factors that don't help matters at all. Such as the Get's Scandinavian/Germanic origin, Tribal Weakness being an intolerance for a concept or type of person, their striving for purity, and bellicose demeanor. It's hard not to take it all out of context.
Lampshaded in the revised tribebook's history section, which says that the tribe's reputation was pretty much shot after World War II and it took some heavy duty Nazi-hunting (which included going after the Get who actually went for it) to restore it.
Some pointed to the Fenrir’s ancient tribal symbol, the glyph of wolf-descended-from-wolf, and said: These curs sided with the Nazis.
It was also noted that it was Those Wacky Nazis that adapted and bastardized the Fenrir philosophy - they just missed the fact that the Get never meant the superiority of any human race to another, but that of the Garou to humans in general. Oops.
In the original tribebook, while it begins with a comic in which American Get square off with Nazis and there are several narratorial snipes at the blatantly genocidal faction of the tribe (this faction was wiped out outright in the revision), it also has lines like this one, regarding a tribe traditionally centered in Eastern Europe:
Do not trust the [Shadow] Lords, for they are back-stabbers and moneylenders.
It also had the chapter titles written in German, just to drive the Nazi point home.
On the other end of the spectrum, you have the very concept of the "Pure Lands". The idea that the pre-Colombian Americas were a pristine, Gaia loving utopia before those dirty foreigners brought the Wyrm with them would probably have been rejected as irredeemably racist if the invaders had been anyone other than white, western Europeans.
Luckily, revisited and Wild West books pretty much shot down the utopia part. Wyrm was present in the purelands, just that Uktena kept the bigger ones asleep.
Wangst: Subverted. Oh, werewolves (and others werepeople) have ample reasons for sorrow and despair, but they're certainly not supposed to spend their time Wangsting when the world burns around them. In fact, losing one's will to act and succumbing to Wangst is an actual werewolf-specific psychical disorder in this game (and a pretty serious one).