"Bachelor in Paradise's inclusion of Demi Burnett's coming out story and her journey to accepting her queer identity is groundbreaking for the series." GLAAD said in a statement.
"I'm retweeting in hopes that a few people who haven't considered the importance of this before now will."
While others want Demi Burnett and Kristian Haggerty to leave the show, others can't wait to celebrate their relationship.
Brown has been in the spotlight since her season of "The Bachelorette" premiered in May.
Haggerty may stay a while on the show, even though she's not from "The Bachelor."
The world saw how Brown's relationship unraveled on the "Bachelorette" finale in July.
"Yeah. I f***ed up," says Jihoon.
Premiere dates have yet to be revealed.
"Sociopath Caelynn made up lies to create a victim storyline."
Paradise will see a handful of new arrivals and dismissals this week.
Dean wants someone to travel the world with. Will Caelynn be the perfect partner?
"I really don't think anybody knows this but my mom and the doctor," Iris said.
Ashley Martson previously claimed Kayla might have been pregnant with Jay's child.
"I think Nicole is the mastermind of that and she's the one using Azan, just saying."
The reality TV dad claimed Lindsie Chrisley hooked up with both Robby Hayes and Josh Murray.
"She's got some great responses and the internet was just thrilled."
"Both Olga and I are better human beings, and consequently better partners since we started our yoga practice."
The "Growing Up Chrisley" star's daughter Savannah Chrisley also shared a bible verse in support of her father.
They both had pre-show relationships, but one has been openly honest about it.
According to a former "Bachelor In Paradise" star, beach-goers aren't supposed to mingle before the show begins filming.
"You don't forget to put your wedding ring back on," Beth said.
"I think I didn't value myself enough throughout this experiment, and that really hindered my experience early on."
It isn't to find love, the filming schedule would imply.
Tuesday night's episode of Bachelor In Paradise will host the "most shocking confrontation" in Bachelor history, according to the episode's trailer.
Host Chris Harrison says it all comes down to the lead of the season, and how each member of the series behaves.
Will Dylan keep Hannah G's heart in the end?
Todd Chrisley reveals he and his family are the subjects of a forthcoming federal indictment for tax evasion and "probably a bunch of other financial crimes."
Fans may be happy about the outcome of Hannah G and Dylan, after a drama-filled start.
The word is a derivative of the word "gypsy," which was originally used as a slur.
It looks like Brown may be on the series, but Tyler C has little chance.