yes yes yes
yes yes yes
“So your mixed?” “are you more like your white father or your black mother?” “your looking more white today” “do people look at your parents weird when their together?” “i thought you were spanish this whole time” “i thought you were just black the whole time”
you think that’s bad? my husband is of mixed race as well but he is dark skinned. people hear his name (stephen) and when they see him? oh, the double take is so sad and funny
I guess me having kids makes me just repulsed by this post. Which reminds me…. UTERUS FOR SALE!! WORKS GREAT! NO LONGER NEEDED!
I’m not going to say they’re bad or good. What I will ponder is the amount of hair products each band goes through. That would have been some facts I’d be interested in
What i don’t understand is when did Dreadlocks become such a taboo hair style?? if you know anything about history, the Syrians, the Egyptians, even in Israel they used to wear there hair in a similar fashion. It keeps it clean and from getting fuzzy. It’s understandable that her parents don’t want her hair processed, as you don’t get your adult hair until your around 12. straightening it could damage it permanently.I can understand a school having a dress code, but a hair code? I’m sorry but as an American i don’t give a FUCK if you dont like my hair, you cannot JUDGE A BOOK BY IT’S COVER.