Big Brother Season 22 Spoilers: BB22 Cast Had To Do Racial and Sexual Harassment Training For Summer 2020
Big Brother season 22 spoilers say All-Stars is being run a lot different than previous seasons and we’re not just talking about safety measures due to COVID-19. Many productions have been called out for racism and condoning racial attacks, as well as sexual harassment. Prior to moving into the house, the All-Stars 2 cast had to go through training.
BB22 Cast Confirms Bias Training
According to the Twitter account JokersBBUpdates, the cast members were talking about one certain step they had to take this time around which was new. It turns out that in response to being called out for racism, allowing racial attacks and sexual harassment, the network had everyone go through training.
When they were discussing it, Da’Vonne Rogers said that the training went “deep” and emphasized the word, suggesting the bias training was meant to be taken seriously. Another cast member said that the sexual harassment training was well-put together, too.
Big Brother: Racism Huge Issue in the Past
Big Brother alums and fans have been talking about racism being a huge issue with the reality competition series in the past. With that being said, CBS has a warning advisory claiming they do not condone any opinions stated by the cast members.
Previous case members have also come out on social media and during interviews to talk about their experiences with unfair treatment, being portrayed poorly and racism being a huge issue. Plus, there was a season in which the first three evictions were all black cast members and some fans didn’t feel this was a coincidence.
Big Brother Season 22 Spoilers: All-Stars Warning Advisory
During season 15, warning advisories began showing up to warn viewers that the opinions expressed by the houseguests may not be in agreement with the network. It was considered one of the most controversial seasons in the show’s long history.
“Big Brother is a reality show about a group of people who live together. At times, the houseguests may reveal prejudices and other beliefs that Viacom CBS does not condone. Views or opinions expressed by houseguests are those of the individuals speaking and do not represent the views or opinions of Viacom CBS. Viewer discretion is advised.”
Are you glad that CBS and BB producers have implemented racial bias and sexual harassment training? Is it about time that the cast members go through this? Do you think it will be helpful?
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