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  •  Afros are FADDISH. (7+ / 0-)

    Fad fad fad fad. Same with dreads. Totally hip and 2013. That's why Beyonce, Michelle Obama, Kerry Washington, Zoe Saldana, Tyra Banks and other leading black women are sporting afros and dreads, right?

    ;)

    But it's perfectly ok to make little girls sit with chemicals on their heads to straighten their hair.

    That's totally natural.

    It's exactly the same as a mohawk because little white kids' hair naturally grows in the shape of a mohawk. They just roll out of bed, drag a comb through their hair and voila! instant mohawk.

    Oh, and for the record, bleached, permed, highlighted and other processed hair seems to be totally cool. Nothing faddish about that, not at all.

    Yep, I'm calling racism.

    © grover


    So if you get hit by a bus tonight, would you be satisfied with how you spent today, your last day on earth? Live like tomorrow is never guaranteed, because it's not. -- Me.

    by grover on Thu Sep 05, 2013 at 04:35:50 PM PDT

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    •  Yes Chemicals (4+ / 0-)

      Parents of potential Charter school children please make your child's hair straight. No natural styles please! Bullshit

      •  Well, some children can wear natural hair. (3+ / 0-)
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        Darwinian Detrius, kyril, Tonedevil

        Some can't.

        Let's line up the kids who can over here, and who can't over there. Take a photo.

        Then file the legal challenge.

        Even a private entity can't treat its patrons differently solely on the basis of race.

        © grover


        So if you get hit by a bus tonight, would you be satisfied with how you spent today, your last day on earth? Live like tomorrow is never guaranteed, because it's not. -- Me.

        by grover on Thu Sep 05, 2013 at 04:45:36 PM PDT

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