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She acted perfectly fine with it, and even referred to it as line.This awkward sexualization isn't uncommon for black women in the dating world, and neither are the other racist undertones of the season.
So it's no wonder this is a red flag to many people or why there was backlash. It could be a sign that a person views black people solely to sexualize them.
This type of behavior is called "moral licensing," or doing something good to excuse bad behavior later.
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.
It's racist, and there is a long history of white men sexualizing black women in America, from the days of slavery to now with the way black women are treated as a very specific fetish in pornography.
So when the actual season of The Bachelorette began, Dean almost immediately brought up his comment to Rachel to get a reaction.
Lee most likely thinks his opinions on Black Lives Matter are totally warranted and aren't evidence that he hates black people at all.
Lee notably tries to come off with an air of politeness by not raising his voice when he says something offensive to Kenny or acting nice to other black men in the house while targeting another to excuse to his racist behavior.via GIPHY We saw on The Bachelor that the stakes of meeting the parents are higher when in an interracial relationship.Not only are you seeking the parents' approval, but you're seeing if your partner is actually comfortable being surrounded by black people.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.There are many racists who have no problem going on a date with a black woman and still voicing their racist views, hoping you will make them feel better about them.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.