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It has been reported (in The ChristLast Media, I must note) that the current Pope does not like the phrase "lead us not into temptation...

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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Isn't it curious how racist black left-fascists never accuse the First Harpie of trying to "act white" by straightening her hair?

I used to be an optimist. I used to think this nonsense would die out someday. I guess I'm a dumbass.

From ANI via Yahoo! India New:

US gymnast Gabby Douglas 'not planning to change hair style'

Gabby Douglas has given a thumbs up to all the attention from the likes of Little Wayne and Mariah Carey, and said that she will not be changing her hairstyle.

Except for the thing about her hair, it has all been a blast for her since she won the all-around gymnastics title.Where's this coming from? Are you kidding me? What's this about my hair?" the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.

"I gel it up, put some clips in it and put it in a bun. People shouldn't be worried about that," she said.

She says her hairstyle won't change, either, despite the surprising number of complaints and suggestions.

"Might as well get used to it," she said.

Amen to that, sister. Sometimes out of the mouths of babes...

Douglas will wear it the same way when she competes in individual events, in both the uneven bars on Monday and the beam on Tuesday. 

She will wear it that way because it is practical and because that's the way she likes it.

The same way she is enjoying all the fuss, except for the hair.

"It's a little crazy, everybody coming up and saying, 'Can I have a photo of you?' or 'Look, there's Gabby'," she said.

"It's hectic, but I love it," she added. 

What? You don't know what's going on? Take a look at this piece of garbage from Racson Whitless of Fox Sports, the fattest, dumbest, and most racist racist that ever racist a racist...

The root of Gabby's hair critics

Hair we go. Gabby Douglas made history Thursday night. And we, black folks, repeated our history of self-hatred.

Gabrielle Douglas (Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports)

For the better part of two evenings, while America’s sweetheart led the U.S. to team gold and then held off two Russians for a historic individual gold in the prestigious all-around, black folks debated her hair via social media.

Comedian Chris Rock, the producer of the 2009 documentary Good Hair, had to be at home cackling and rolling a blunt. Our $9 billion-yearly obsession with straightening, lengthening, curling, coloring and Europeanizing our hair was interfering with celebrating Gabby’s total domination of the Summer Olympics' top sport.

Look, I’m an expert on inappropriate, poorly timed joking tweets, but this was a child ascending to new heights and, one leap at a time, elevating the very people ridiculing her.

“For real though nobody wanted to go to London to do Gabby Douglas’ hair.”

“Gabby Douglas is a beast. I wish her mama would do something about her hair though.”

Search “Gabby Douglas and hair” on Twitter and you’ll find all sorts of one-liners.

Some of my non-black readers may not get the seriousness of this issue, but I swear to you this is an important problem for black folks. Far too many black women’s self-esteem is tied up in their hair or the overpriced weave dangling from their heads.

That's the point, moron. It shouldn't be that important. Why do the leftist plantation owners insist on treating their black slaves like they are retarded children? Could it be to make them more docile and manageable? Could it be to keep them in chains?

“I am so passionate about this issue because it is negatively affecting us black women,” 1996 Olympic gold medalist Dominique Dawes said. “Many don’t work out or learn to swim because of their relaxed hair. It’s something that needs to be talked about because it really is costing us our health.”


Seriously, many black women choose not to exercise because they fear sweating will ruin their recently chemically-treated hair. A big part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s push for physical activity is geared toward getting African-American girls to embrace exercise.

The folks at Big Soda will be so pleased. It's not over-indulgence in high fructose corn syrup laden drinks that make people fat, it's racial self-loathing that makes people fat.

Two black women, Alexandria Williams and Whitney Patterson, started a web site, SportyAfros.com, dedicated to educating black girls on how to exercise and take care of their hair.

Outraged by the comments she read on Twitter and Facebook, Monisha Randolph wrote a passionate blog post defending Gabby and her hair for SportyAfros.com. Titled “The Gabby Douglas Hair Controversy Unwrapped,” the posting went viral and landed SportyAfros in the Washington Post, among other places.

“The Surgeon General pointed out last year many black women will not work out because their hair is a hindrance,” Alexandria Williams said to me in an email. 


“Another focus of the site is to tackle the issue of African-American obesity in America. According to the Office of Minority Health, four out of five African-American women are overweight or obese. It is our personal mission to change this statistic by providing the tools to empower and encourage black women to lead healthy, active lifestyles.”

It all begins with a healthy perspective on their hair. It’s impossible to convey how obsessed with hair black women can be. It’s not uncommon for a black woman to spend several hundred dollars on a hair makeover and then spend the next several days sleeping upright in bed so as not to mess up her new ‘do.

All that's missing here is The Blaming Of The Black Men. You know, those lazy, shiftless, child-abandoning criminal dogs who all really want white women but have to settle settle for black chicks with straight hair unless they're athletes or rappers. [Puerto Rican girls are right out.] After white folks [and Asians - their hair is really, really, really straight] it's the fault of black men.

“I advise black women to go natural and stop relaxing your children’s hair, too,” Dawes explained. “At 35 years old I finally embraced my natural locks. It was liberating and empowering for me. I wish I would have done it sooner.”

Dawes said she never worried about her hair when she was competing as a gymnast. There was no time.

What’s weird about the Gabby controversy is that her hair seemed to be styled in the same fashion as the other contestants. I’m no expert, but her hair appeared to be pulled straight back and placed in a “bun” in the back. Many of the complainers on social media teased her for wearing too much gel.

This perfectly illustrates the problem for black women: They can’t win no matter what they do with their hair. Gabby Douglas looked like the cute little girl everyone would want as their daughter or little sister and she was still the butt of jokes.

“She’s gorgeous, Gabby Douglas is,” tennis star Serena Williams told my colleague Greg Couch. “Her hair is amazing. Doing great. And she’s freakin’ winning gold medals. She’s awesome.”

It's hair, people. Hair

Rational people don't care about their hair all that much, regardless of their cultural baggage.
Black folks need to grow the fuck up right now and start worrying about important things - like the dearth of black architects.

What do YOU see in the photos below? I see beautiful women who make me want to do stupid things while trying to impress them. [Any stupid thing they might want me to do whatsoever. Seriously. Anything.]

I DO NOT SEE women oppressed by the dominant white culture and it's enforcers, the news media and Hollyweird. I DO NOT SEE women filled with hate for their God-given physical characteristics. [See Missy Franklin's feet. Also here.]

I DO NOT SEE women who are repulsive because their hair is curlier than that of most women around me. I DO NOT SEE women enslaved by the hair of their ancestors.

If YOU see any of these things, you just might be a dumbass.





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