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In 2010, the season was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Reality Program.
Almost every season of The Real World, beginning with its fifth season, has included the assignment of a season-long group job or task to the housemates, continued participation in which has been mandatory to remain part of the cast since the Back to New York season.
She has dedicated herself to advocate for survivors of abuse as an art therapist.
She hopes to show her art in a gallery, and recently began a relationship with a man to whom her mother introduced her, one of her first heterosexual relationships, as most of her prior ones were with women, Sarah, whose appearance is described to be that of a "tattooed punk", is observed by The Brooklyn Paper to be the only cast member with an interest in anyone else on a deeper level in the premiere, as contrasted with the gossip-like focus of the other castmates' discussions.
She first realized her gender variance in high school and began living as a woman at 17, which was difficult given her rigid, Sicilian family.Kat does not perceive Ryan to be the type of person who would be accepting if she came out to him, but because of the painful experiences that both she and J. Baya, Chet and Ryan meet with an agency named Crush Management in order to further their aspirations.Baya and Ryan flirt with each other, and he joins her and the other girls in a pole dancing workout class, but they have different ideas about their relationship.Ryan's drinking causes concern for the others when they enjoy a night out together. Ryan takes umbrage with some of the topical discussions among the others. Kat deals with the difficulties of her long-distance relationship with her boyfriend, Mike, and looks elsewhere for companionship.He later discusses the effect of his time in Iraq, and how he channels it into his journal and music. D., who is gay, bonds with Kat, causing further conflict with Ryan, who perceives them to be excluding the others. The housemates take issue with Chet's pranks, but when J. talks to Chet about Chet having gone through his belongings, Chet denies the accusation, and is offended at the others talking about this outside his presence. A trip to a gay bar proves interesting for Chet and Ryan. Devyn and Scott, who regard each other as "BFF"'s, express their mutual attraction through flirting, but Devin is frustrated by what she sees as mixed signals by Scott, and questions regarding whether or not he is single.