They judge me based on my appearance, or the way that I act in general. I may be chubby, reserved mixed girl on the outside, but that doesn’t mean shit. I know for a fact that I’m an amazing, loyal friend, and a fun, active person. I’m also proud to be black. I have my ways, but it takes an effort to get to know me to let me show my true colors. Respect who I am, and I will show you more energy. It takes two, in my book. Don’t expect me to open up to you while you sit there and judge me from a distance.
This ignorance and negativity saddens me. If only all people were open-minded and happy. The world would be at peace!
Excuse you, when did my hair have anything to do with my personality for one? And when the hell did braid/twists and/or extensions become “ghetto”? If he’s connecting the term “ghetto” with “hair of black women” then he needs to get the fuck outta heree.
"But don’t be offended,"
1. I’m not offended, i’m disappointed in his damn ignorance. I thought he was better than that.
2. He apparently does not understand that black women’s hair is a beautiful difficulty. At this moment, my goal is to be proud of my natural curly hair, so I’m growing my relaxed hair out. My hair is an awkward piece of shit rn so that is why my hair is twisted.
3. Braid/twists are ugly? Fuck you mean? They look amazing.
4. Loss of respect. Seriously
Like is it so bad to run off, break rules, and do stupid shit with me every now and then? :p My life is sooo boring!!
Sadly I’ve only had two friends in my recent life willing to do that with me. My best friend in FL and my ex. Ugh