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The phrase “finding a man who wants to be a grown-up” came up several times.
This response summarized the challenge nicely: “Meeting a man who I feel compatible with, feeling attracted to that same man AND having him treat me well.” This is what all the online dating methods call the phase.
It turns out to be a source of considerable concern for a lot of ladies, as this poignant response shows: “Where is he?
So I went from this : To this : Please notice the smile in the before pic, and the “WTF” look on my face in the second one. And so from there on kids started to make fun of me because I looked like a poodle, a sheep, a boy, the Jacksons 5… I grew up thinking I had the worst hair in the world and didn’t know what to do with it besides buns or ponytails. Then I spent a few years straightening my hair every week, fighting against the rain, the snow, the wind… My hair is veeeery thick and strong and I think it’s the only reason I’m not bald today. I also tend to find that a curly girl is always prettier when she wears her hair curly. But if I see the tiniest shadow of a doubt in her attitude, the kind of “I’d like to go natural but I’m afraid of what other people may think” I’ll definitely encourage her to stop putting dangerous chemicals on her head and to walk the path to learning to love herself in spite of others’ opinion. Still I fight with it all the time, and that’s why I find it funny to draw some of these experiences because I know – I hope hahaha – I’m not the only one having to deal with all of this. I went to the same school from age 6 to age 16, and during all the time I’ve spent there, the same kids who made fun of me because of my poodle haircut made fun of me because of my height.
I’ve been natural for over 10 years now (Did something stupid in 2008 but that doesn’t count).
In the meantime, here are the preliminary results of the survey. In my case, I simply have no choice, so I try to enjoy myself as much as possible. And for some other stuff too ;) I’ve received a few messages asking me if I keep my hair natural or not, if I have relaxed my hair before, and if I’m against relaxing. Some people would rather die than being one or the other. I have created this blog for these days when, if there was a vaccine against inches or curls, I would run to get an injection.I wanted their hair, I used to think they were the lucky ones. I simply couldn’t see my hair like a strength, a quality, something nice that made me special. I tried to convince myself that straightening my hair made me part of the straight haired girls gang, glamorous and all, when I actually looked more like an old and worn out broom. That’s what I like to share through my comics, because again I know I’m not the only one going through this.I think I would have relaxed my hair all my life if, when going to college, I hadn’t found myself tired of focusing on my hair instead of on my studies. And like any curly girl, years later, I’m still learning and trying stuff. Sometimes the hair will cooperate, sometimes it won’t. So although I still – and will always – get angry a lot at it, I now respect my hair for what it is : a part of me. Lastly, the fact of being tall AND curly, let me tell yall, that’s something you better accept and love because otherwise, your life can be a hell of a nightmare.