Beauty - Hair Care - Fashion : Black Women Stand on NY Street and Allow Strangers to Touch Their Hair

Angela22

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I'm guessing you've never gone to a fair, zoo, or a farm...and that you are a shut-in.

No, I've never been close enough to a goat to smell one. I've been to the zoo many times, never a farm, and a fair once, but no goat smelling.

How does that make one a shut in? :-/

Are smelling goats the basis of concluding this? Odd, to say the least.:rolleyes:
 

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No, I've never been close enough to a goat to smell one. I've been to the zoo many times, never a farm, and a fair once, but no goat smelling.

How does that make one a shut in? :-/

Are smelling goats the basis of concluding this? Odd, to say the least.:rolleyes:

Omg...you're having a slow day...I'm gonna go play with my child.
 

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XD rofl @ adventures.

I've been around white people and have never felt in me to ask them if I could touch their hair; why do they want to touch black people's hair so much?

Because your hair is different from us. I admit i once told an african girl to let me touch her hair, but nothing disrecpectful, just my natural curiosity. I was like "Hmm, cool" and that was it, no big deal...
 

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Because your hair is different from us. I admit i once told an african girl to let me touch her hair, but nothing disrecpectful, just my natural curiosity. I was like "Hmm, cool" and that was it, no big deal...

If it was no big deal then you shouldn't had had any curiosity to begin with....

I think if they made more dolls with African-American hair and lil white girls played with these dolls as much as they played with white dolls it would have killed that noise a long time ago.
 

Angela22

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Because your hair is different from us. I admit i once told an african girl to let me touch her hair, but nothing disrecpectful, just my natural curiosity. I was like "Hmm, cool" and that was it, no big deal...

Yes, and your hair is different from us, but I've never once heard a black person asking to feel a white person's hair. It may seem like just curiosity, but it does indeed make it seem like we're in a petting zoo.

You call it no big deal, but for some, it's more than that. If the girl you asked had no problem with it, then that's her, but don't think everybody is going to feel that way.

And I sure hope you asked the girl and didn't "tell her" to "let you" as if it's a demand.
 

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