re focus on Aaryn - the thing is, many players in the past have made homophobic remarks (the very popular Jeff for starters), and men who speak poorly of women are the norm in that house. Some have criticized Howard and Andy for not saying something, but at the same time as a black man and a gay man I have to think they've heard it all before and have learned to live with it and choose their battles - with $500K on the line, this isn't one of them. Similarly, those of us who are women have experienced men who say inappropriate things, lack respect etc - it happens so often that outside of extreme cases, you just chalk it up to another guy who's a jerk and move on.
So in a way I see why they are focusing on one person (really two - they showed GM on Sunday's show as well) - they are the extremes, whereas the rest of them are just run-of-the-mill jerks and people who have let something slip when in the end they really aren't all that bad (I think Jessie might fall into that category, and Amanda). It's not up to BB to punish them or set them straight - it's up to BB to provide a platform for them to be exposed (ie the social experiment), and then let the chips fall where they may - in the game and beyond.
Hamsterwatch had a great idea I thought - send in one of those people who does workplace diversity training for a session on the feeds. Won't compromise the game, but rather add to the social experiment that BB is supposed to be. Might help those inside, and do something for the cause in general. And I think it's a more positive approach than this mob mentality that wants to punish them by kicking them out of the game or causing them to lose their jobs.