This is an interesting article, and it makes sense.
I know that people of race have been voted out recently, but there's a bigger bias against people under 21 or people who are uneducated/jobless. I guess if I become a single parent before entering Survivor, I should hide the fact about being a single parent.
Does this mean if Jeremy was a single parent, Spencer would've won 10-0-0? Even though Spencer was perceived to be a rich kid? Does this mean if Derrick Levasseur was a single parent that Cody Calafiore would've rightfully won BB16?
The only single parent to win is Richard Hatch, who was up against another strong bias stigma, a young, formerly homeless high school dropout. Also, I don't think anybody under 21 is going to win, ever. The only one that wasn't seen as bratty or naive is Julia.
Another thing to consider is that only two winners held white-collar jobs, that being Richard Hatch & Yul Kwon. Everybody else is either middle class, blue collar, or young and developing their careers/life.
Big Brother has had a plastic surgeon, restaurateur, investment manager, PR manager, chemist, a professor, win, all of which couldbe considered white-collar.
Drew, Hayden, Maggie, Dan, & Derrick, & Steve are not necessarily white-collar, but far more financially substantial than the person that they beat. It could be debatable to call Jun white-collar, especially since now she wouldn't be considered such and no longer lives in the United States, but she would be a bit more financially substantial than her F2 partner. This is really interesting since Big Brother housemates are always stereotypes as "lazy 20-somethings" & is half of the prize money.