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The Bachelor Franchise Is Finally Embracing Black Men

Even though my dudes still get way less screen time, the show gave me something I didn’t know I was missing

Ivan and Tayshia on “The Bachelorette” on December 8, 2020. Photo: Craig Sjodin/Getty Images

For 18 years, I successfully avoided the rose petal-strewn road to Bachelor Nation.

But after watching The Bachelorette’s hectic Season 16 super trailer ahead of its…

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Treye Green

Treye Green

Treye Green is a culture writer and founder of the Black In Media community and newsletter. He’s a lover of double denim, R&B, and Janet Damita Jo Jackson.

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