An Open Letter to the Natural Who Was Told Her Hair Was "An Animal That Can't Be Tamed"

An Open Letter to the Natural Who Was Told Her Hair Was "An Animal That Can't Be Tamed"

"The saying normally goes “Heavy is the head who wears the crown,” and oftentimes we find that as natural haired women, our crown is not heavy literally, but instead, figuratively. It is heavy with the assumptions and negative perspectives of others are what makes it a burden. We have been taught that our hair is our crown, an extension of our soul. Our hair is our manifestation of our self-image. It is unique, glorious and beautiful. But with this gift, comes a lack of understanding, a lack of cultural awareness and a lack of empathy."

https://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/curl-salons/an-open-letter-to-the-natural-who-was-told-her-hair-was-an-animal-that-cant-be-tamed/

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