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I understand your point Jones...Foxy is another story lol
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Originally posted by foxyroy19 foxyroy19 wrote:

If her hair was properly cared for the school would not have been the issue.  Preventative Maintenance.

but that's not the case at all

...the issue was with the school not allowing "faddish" (again wtf dies this meanErmm) hairstyles not with the condition of her hair as you're implying.
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A black man cares for his child(it appears as a single father(, supports her so she is a straight A student , stands up for her when she is wronged and people are really talking about the whether or not he did hair "properly".!

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I personally can't stand dreds but I understand that it is a very sensitive racial issue for some. But let me take race out of it by saying when I see whites with dreds they look trifling and unkept to me personally. I just think why don't they cut that off and do their hair! They do not have to do that because their hair can do other things easily. I understand that some blacks may feel it is the easiest thing to do with their hair maybe? I personally just can't stand it on anyone actually.
Now legally, I guess they do have a right to wear them but ugh.
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Originally posted by LadyAradia LadyAradia wrote:

I personally can't stand dreds but I understand that it is a very sensitive racial issue for some. But let me take race out of it by saying when I see whites with dreds they look trifling and unkept to me personally. I just think why don't they cut that off and do their hair! They do not have to do that because their hair can do other things easily. I understand that some blacks may feel it is the easiest thing to do with their hair maybe? I personally just can't stand it on anyone actually.
Now legally, I guess they do have a right to wear them but ugh.




 





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Originally posted by Xamaycana Xamaycana wrote:

A black man cares for his child(it appears as a single father(, supports her so she is a straight A student , stands up for her when she is wronged and people are really talking about the whether or not he did hair "properly".!

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Lol the story is about her hair.
Lmao yall love to be hysterical.

Is this how I act sometimes? Damn I be doing the most
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Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Of course the problem is the school it's two separate issues really.
I don't know why people are having problems separating the two thoughts .
The school is wrong [ Independent thought]
Daddy doesn't know how to style his daughters hair , like most men.[ Independent thought ]
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IA!  I will go a step further.  I DO NOT LIKE DREADS...especially dreads on a little girl.  Sleepy  I just don't like it.
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Originally posted by LadyAradia LadyAradia wrote:

I personally can't stand dreds but I understand that it is a very sensitive racial issue for some. But let me take race out of it by saying when I see whites with dreds they look trifling and unkept to me personally. I just think why don't they cut that off and do their hair! They do not have to do that because their hair can do other things easily. I understand that some blacks may feel it is the easiest thing to do with their hair maybe? I personally just can't stand it on anyone actually.
Now legally, I guess they do have a right to wear them but ugh.
 
 
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did not read the thread

don't really see the problem w/ her hairstyle. as long as it's not interfering w/ her learning.

i think her hair is cute.
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