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donaldrsimo
donaldrsimo


posted 08:09PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
Protective hairstyles are hairstyles that tucks the ends of your hair away from being exposed to damaging agents such as sun, heat, and constant manipulation. Protecting hair is beneficial to all types of hair textures, relaxed, and natural.
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Daniel
Howell


posted 08:10PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
To sum it up, they believed that other races wearing protective hairstyles are like fashion to them, but it means a lot to the black people, as there is a deep history behind it.
However, thereíre people like S.Langson who are fine with it. There is one character of hers wearing a protective hairstyle in Haute as Hell. She posted in her ig story once that itís ok for other races to wear protective hairstyles.
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John P.
Ketchum


posted 08:11PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
Personally, Iím ok with it. (Iím aware that I donít have the right to say this so please donít attack me) The history is all in the past and we all should move on. We all are treated equally now. If you love your own culture, then show it proudly. At the end of the day, as long as you donír wear as a stereotype, people can wear what they want.
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Daniel
Howell


posted 08:11PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
I just donít get itÖ it can damage your straight hair, thereís a difference between straight hair and kinky hair, after all. People werenít using those hairstyles while thinking of straight hair, they were using them and created them for their own hair texture.If you really want to wear them so much why not buy a wig? Iím just gonna pass. My hair is already thin and I donít want it to be even more damaged. :skull:
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thomas
thomas


posted 08:11PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
I donít like it in all honesty. They get praised while we get bashed and a lot do not understand that. I know blacks wear other styles without appreciating or knowing much but how does that make you better for doing the same? Itís not ďjust hairĒ. It has a history behind it and I donít like it when they think they can speak above us for these things.woman_shrugging:t4: You can be apart of the discussion, not superior.
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donaldrsimo
donaldrsimo


posted 08:12PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
And itís not the same as wearing blonde wigs and straight hair. Thatís not exclusive to white people at all. I think Protective hairstyles should just be worn with people with the hair or apart of the culture for it.

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John P.
Ketchum


posted 08:12PM
Thu 12th Dec 2019
I donít think that anything should be exclusive to any race. I think that either way, excluding someone from doing something because of their race is racism. The whole racism = prejudice + power thing is a ridiculous lie. Theyíre talking about institutional or systemic racism and saying thatís the only kind of racism you can experience. Stupid.

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