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And it's even more horrifying knowing the producers included this man to stir up reality show drama.
via GIPHY We saw on The Bachelor that the stakes of meeting the parents are higher when in an interracial relationship.
Sadly, as a black woman, coming across men like Lee isn't uncommon.
I've been referred to as this mythical type of black person who "isn't like the others" — and was expected to take it as a compliment.
I also wondered how it would make the show different, and how it would stay the same.
What I wasn't prepared for is how many real moments I would see for a show that is arguably an unrealistic reality show about people getting engaged after less than two months of "dating." The first moment that brought me back to reality was when the season kicked off with Rachel meeting her first four suitors on After the Final Rose.
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When it was announced that Rachel Lindsay would be the Bachelorette — the first black woman to take the position — I wondered how the producers would handle it.
She acted perfectly fine with it, and even referred to it as line.You might have heard people say "I can't be racist; my friends are black," or "I can't be racist; I voted for Obama." Stanford psychologists found that these sayings are a way for people to show their "moral credentials," and that many of those who vote for Obama felt much more comfortable with voicing their prejudices later.You can imagine the line "I can't be racist; my girlfriend is black" would be very valuable to a person of similar character as well.You're also seeing how your partner reacts in moments of cultures clashing.Rachel brought Nick Viall to church for this reason specifically: to see if he was comfortable in a black church, a place that is important to her.