by John Ellis
I have never watched an entire episode of The Bachelorette (nor The Bachelor). That doesn’t mean that I’m unfamiliar with the ABC TV show, though. The hit “reality” TV show traffics in the objectification and exploitation of women (and men), and it makes a mockery of marriage. As a Christian, I find the show morally offensive. As a plain-old human being, I find the show lacking in any aesthetic and/or cultural value. So, it’s with at least of hint of sardonic eye-rolling that I interact with the brewing controversy surrounding The Bachelorette.
One of the contestants (Lee Garrett) on the current season of The Bachelorette tweeted some un-PC things. Since this season features an African-American woman (Rachel Lindsay) in the lead for the first time, SJWs have turned their gaze onto the show and uncovered Lee Garrett’s tweets. For more information, click the link posted below to read my latest PJ Media article.