Interracial dating community
Not agreeing with interracial dating is fine, but at least do it on equal grounds and don’t be a hypocrite about it, placing more blame on one issue.
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For further understanding, I’ll use the best example I’m aware of to put this into perspective.
I’m a proud naturalista, and have to admit, even I struggle with this. While many Black people think in this way, I see them as just representing a small percentage, amplified by negative media.
However, there are many Black women who get weaves, perm their hair, or get braids because it’s convenient, they simply like it, or it's almost sort of a tradition -- something Black women or women in their family have always done. That being said, no one can be the judge of hearts.
In the light of the natural hair movement, some women with natural hair would bash those with weaves or relaxed hair saying that they do not love themselves.
This came from the idea that hair straightening initially developed out of the push and exaltation of White beauty and the fact that most Black women still aren’t comfortable with their own hair and have a hard time loving it.
It’s become a rising discomfort for me, because the conversation, much like in this article, only focuses on the Black man-White woman aspect of dating, and not the White man-Black woman aspect of it.