The former Bachelorette helped last night's Women Tell All take a moment to campaign against cyberbullying. “There is so much passion out there in Bachelor Nation,” host Chris Harrison said before introducing Lindsay. “Unfortunately, there is a line that has been crossed.” Lindsay said of her experience with online trolls: "People have become so comfortable being mean. And by not talking about it I think people feel empowered that they can continue to say certain things to us. And if we’re ever gonna fix this problem, we have to acknowledge the problem....When I was asked to be the Bachelorette, I knew it would be hard....I knew I would get even more hate and criticism (as the first black Bachelorette) but I wanted to pave a way for women who look like me, who haven’t been represented in this role on this show."