Within this scene we are shown Chris being introduced to Rose' family, who are portrayed being liberal minded and progressively white. In contrast to Guest Who's Coming to Dinner, which more overtly depicts white racism, we are shown a post-racial stance that many believe exists in tandem with colorblind racism. Rose's father himself states that he would've voted for Obama for another term if he could. In Guess Who's Coming to Dinner we can observe much more open racism, especially in regards to the ways in which white families react to Black male partners for their daughters. Get Out utilizes a similar framing to show that while white liberalism has claimed to be progressive, Black men are continuously objectified. In Get Out we can see this through the ways in which Rose actively traps Black men and women to be slaves for their mind/body transfer program.