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Why do people think is ok to touch Afro hair?... watch

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    As an African woman with an Afro that is 4c type, I struggle to understand why people think it’s ok to come up to me and touch my hair ? These people don’t know me , or know how many hours it took to get my hair that way and yet think it’s acceptable to touch , squeeze and pull my hair then get confused why I get mad.
    Any women out there that can relate ? Or anyone that can explain why ?
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    *It’s a new experience for them *rolls eyes*,

    I CAN RELATE - I have a rich milk chocolate complexion(lol) with really long 2b/2c/3a hair and everyone thinks I wear weave and wants to touch.

    Sis, please delete before the idiots come in.
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    (Original post by jabbathemuttdog)
    *It’s a new experience for them.

    Sis, please delete before the racist come in.
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    (Original post by Appazap)
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    You gone get some people being absolute idiots up in here. Chile, TSR isn’t the place for those of us deeply melenated wanting to express our experiences. LSA is for that.
 
 
 
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