Rachel Lindsay Calls Out ‘Bachelor Klan’ Inside Bachelor Nation as Hateful, Racist and Misogynistic

Rachel Lindsay Calls Out ‘Bachelor Klan’ Inside Bachelor Nation as Hateful, Racist and Misogynistic
Rachel Lindsay has noted the distinction between Bachelor Nation — the diehard fans of ABC’s long-running “Bachelor” franchise and its spinoff series “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” — and what she calls “Bachelor Klan.” The latter group, according to Lindsay, is a “hateful, racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, and homophobic” division of the larger Bachelor Nation that Lindsay lived in during her time as a contestant on “The Bachelor” and as the first-ever Black lead on “The Bachelorette.”

“There is a Bachelor Nation, and there is a Bachelor Klan. Bachelor Klan is afraid of change. They are afraid to be uncomfortable. They are afraid when they get called out,” Lindsay said in a New York Magazine cover story op-ed, as told to writer Allison P. Davis, which was published online Monday by New York Magazine’s Vulture.

The piece revealed multiple key moments that led Lindsay to decide to cut ties with the franchise.
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