"IS BAD HAIR DIFFERENT FOR BLACK WOMEN THAN FOR WHITE WOMAN"?

More examples of the race essentialism that passes for public talk in the United States. Larry King (bad interviewer, friend of power) and Tyra Banks (the next generation Oprah Winfrey) talk “natural hair”–only black people use hair products.

She, of course, encouraged it: “You want to feel my hair?”

“It’s kinky.”

King: “Is bad hair different for black women than for white women?”

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Sean Jacobs

Also goes by Hasan Wazan. Life President.

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  1. no such thing as bad hair vs good hair. everyone has hair (mostly everyone) we have some good hair days and some bad hair days…when it rains bad hair days for all, too hot, bad hair day for all., when wet very bad for black women. which isn't a bad thing it just takes us longer to straighten it again. That's my take on bad hair folks!
    crystal glass

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