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'The Bachelorette' Is Reducing the Stigma Around Men's Mental Health

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The “Bachelor” franchise may be best known for its champagne-fueled drama, competition to earn roses, and in-house infighting, but despite its reliance on spats between contestants, it has helped reduce the stigma surrounding men’s mental health.

The past few seasons of “The Bachelorette” — the iteration of the franchise in which men try to fall in love with a female lead — have been especially instrumental in showcasing open, honest conversations about mental health between men and their partners.

The shift from slightly raunchy reality TV to vulnerable depiction of men’s mental health has only emerged in the past two years, but the promising reactions to such open conversations suggest that the show will continue to air discussions about mental health and mental illness.

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