First everybody complained about us “not having hair”
Then when we “got hair” y'all complained about us wearing weave
Now that black women are going natural and using neat products to maintain their natural hair, y'all complain that you’re “sick of all these Shea Butter bitches” and this “sudden, obviously fake black pride”
So after much thought and deep contemplation my only conclusion is
FUCK ALL you bigoted ankh niggas who think “the black wombman” should be chaste while you got 7 kids with six different mothers, FUCK ALL you barbershop “I only date white/light skin girls” ass niggas with your weak ass fades, FUCK ALL you white fuckboys who chase after girls with fake lips breasts and asses but call black women “hoes” for having that shit naturally, FUCK ALL you asian/hispanic fuckboys who want to sleep with black/dark girls but would never even think about bringing one home to your family because we’re not “good enough” for you, FUCK ALL you fake AllLivesMatter feminists who stan for Taylor Swift and her basic lanky ass or yell “Vote Hillary” but went mum’s the word as a 14-year old black child was dragged across the pavement by her HAIR since it’s “not really hers anyway so it probably doesn’t even hurt that bad”, just 100% royally and sincerely FUCK ALL YALL because you never once gave a damn about black women but at the same time wanna police our hair and bodies and self-conduct when you yourselves ain’t shit never was shit and never will be shit
Um can we all recognize that there is a clear hierarchy in the natural hair community that is dictated by anti-blackness? Notice how many notes a picture of a woman with 3a-c hair, or even 4a hair gets vs a pic with 4b/c hair. Curly trumps kinky every time. Not only that, but there is an unhealthy obsession with “long” natural hair. The bigger the better. Remember in grade school when girls with short hair would be called “ball headed”? That short snap of hair is associated with blackness, with ugliness, with not being feminine. We’d rather be Pocahontas. We’d rather be Alicia Keys. Elongating gels, methods to stretch hair, obsessions with growth rate, all rooted in our fears of looking too black with our natural hair. Fight me if you want, but examine yourself first.
I just listened to this MuraKuro Duet Song and I didn’t expect to hear something like:
I mean, you’ve always got this super-serious look in your eyes~ Could you please stop patting me on the head? Your hair feels just like cotton candy, so soft and light and fluffy~ You’re the one who smells like sweets, Murasakibara-kun…
Kurochin, Kurochin, want some candy? It’s a special souvenir from Akita. Thank you very much. Then I’ll lend you one of my favorite books in return.