Well hello pot
I'm the biggest advocate for Black people forming opinions for themselves. However, I also advocate that Black women (and men) learn that their opinion is not law for other Black women and men.
Does having an opinion on another Black person mean that you have to lack etiquette and tack? No it doesn't. If you have an unfavorable opinion when it comes to another person's hair, learn to keep that sh*t to yourself.
I don't go around telling YT folks that they have ugly stringy hair and eyes like devils; that would be rude and uncalled for. Nor do I feel the need to say it every time someone posts a picture of a White person. What's the point of pointing it out EVERY single time?
You are OBSESSED with mentioning the kinkiest and dryness of some child's hair. It's like you have tourettes
And funny that you lump me in with noneyons, as I actually think she was in her feelings in this thread. My posts have nothing to do with hers. Someone mentioned that they didn't think that anyone's locs looked good and I posted a couple of people whose locs I appreciated
You're just being extra as usual and I know you still salty as hell for me calling you out for picking on some babies
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| creole booty wrote:|
First, I like locs. I did yarn braids on myself, which I loved because they looked like locs. Locs on a sexy man...ooooh. My hair is natural, and I'm not big on perfect looking hairstyles. I like messy hair for myself, and my baby's hair ain't always perfect.
Real question: is it not ok for blacks to dislike locs? I mean, people don't like pony tails, weaves, perms, blonde on dark skin, etc. Why can't a black person genuinely dislike locs (a hairstyle) without criticism?
I know we as blacks need to support natural hair. Got it. I understand that pretty much no one in this thread agrees with the school. Also, no one is saying she shouldn't wear locs. It seems like a few people just think they should b better maintained (considering this is a hair site, that's not too far fetched of a criticism).
If this doesn't make sense, I apologize. I just left the club, and I can't dance, so I'm drunk.
Chile non and alias stay in their feeling when it comes to opinions they don't like.........they tend to depend on extremes and generalizations to prove their point........