Response to Meet The Ivanka Voter:
I’m not voting for Trump, but I think writing a lengthy essay patronizing people with generalizations is just as bad as Trump calling Hillary “Nasty”. What did you want to prove? That your vote means more? (Have you heard of the electoral college? All out votes are basically pacifiers for crying babies because it means nothing to who will be President. Shaming people for who they vote because you don’t like how a candidate speaks makes you a hypocrite.
Take a long hard look at the source of criticism before you take the comments to consideration. Sometimes it’s their opinion that’s the problem, not your appearance. Sometimes others will criticize your appearance to try establish authority over you. Sometimes it’s from the heart. Follow advice from people that you respect and politely dismiss the rest.
Response to Here’s Why Cornrows Are For Black Women:
I’m Icelandic and can trace my roots back to Vikings. How come they had braids that were part of ceremonial rituals? Is that them copying Africans even if they never knew that part of the world existed? Was it perhaps just a conscience? How does one culture claim dibs on something?