contestants addressed the pressures of interracial dating on this week's episode, and the conversations did not go how many viewers — or star Rachel Lindsay — might have expected.
Nation may reunite with Constance when Lindsay brings her final two men home to meet her parents and siblings.This is for me.' I’m not choosing a man for anyone else. I couldn’t get caught up in picking a certain man to please a certain community." With just six men left, hometown dates are around the corner, when the Bachelorette or Bachelor flies home to meet the families of the final four candidates.Viewers will likely watch more discussions of race unfold onscreen, as she also stressed how important it was for her to bring up those conversations once she was going to walk into someone’s home or vice versa."I already know what people are going to say about me, and judge me for the decisions I'm making.
I'm going to have to be the one who has to deal with that and nobody else, and that's a lot." Previews for the next episodes appear to have abandoned the focus on racially charged drama, but that hasn't stopped some critics from accusing the network of exploiting race for ratings."I just needed to know his thought process and realize that not everybody might be as accepting of our relationship as we are," Lindsay had explained.