those jerks at culinary school always called me a weanie but look at me now
I’m white and I hate my hair. But I will not be denied a job for my hair. I will not have random people wanting to touch my hair. I will not be asked if I have a weave. I will not be kicked out of school for my hair. I may hate my hair, but will not be persecuted because of if. White people do not need the natural hair movement.
— (via satans-ghost)
found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom
White person or non Black PoC: “I act more Black than you haha”
(Source: , via bananadubby)
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Did I already reblog this? Does it really matter?
- Anonymous said:As a black person I can tell u your dreads are causing NOBODY HARM Idu why it's so serious?
I don’t know! Obviously you are far more open-minded than they are :)
do people say “bad neighborhood” for cities next to all-white high schools where the boys are getting high every day and raping...
- Anonymous said:Okay I'm a black woman, please don't make me feel like an idiot but I'm confused, how is wearing dreads cultural appropriation, why is hair bound by culture?