It Took 16 Years to Get a Pixie Cut on The Bachelor - and Yes, It Matters
2 monthes ago - By PopSugar
We've seen hundreds of women compete on The Bachelor since the series premiered in 2002. If you get to know the ladies, they have different careers, reside in different cities, and have different ideas of fun. But peering at the surface tells a less diverse story, on many levels.
The franchise's lack of racial diversity has long been an issue, with Rachel Lindsay breaking barriers as the first black star of The Bachelorette just last year, in its 13th season .
Beyond that, there are a number of other ways the cast is eerily homogeneous. Just take a glance at the cast photo from any given...
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