Strong familial ties may keep you from dating a racist

The Bachelor’s Matt James and Rachael Kirkconnell. (Image Credit:

ABC’s The Bachelor came under fire during February for racism allegations aimed at one of the show’s contestants, Rachael Kirkconnell. From accusations of racist behaviors in high school to pictures of her at an Old South antebellum-themed party in college, Kirkconnell’s troublesome history left many wondering how the franchise would address such an issue.




In today’s society where “cancel culture” runs rampant, politically incorrect talking points, no matter the intention, often seem taboo or appear offensive to mass groups. Here, we unpack touchy subjects discussed on the AVIOT podcast, known for its honesty no matter the result.

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