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Jack
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Where are the women with the curls?
I'm not complaining fella's. Most of you that have been logging in and reading, know that I recently met this fine, fantastic, fabulous sista. Update, the past few weeks have been so relaxing and romantic for us. Last week, I had some folks over for a backyard gathering. She came out to help, didn't mark her territory like most would have done. She was so smooth and all smiles. She wore one of those hour-glass sun-dresses with a lot of flowers. I sat back and watched a lot of the guys gaze at her and look for ways to strike up conversation. It was so funny to see. But what was nice is that she let her hair out, full of boucy braid curls. And then I got to thinking, where are the women that wear curls? At this point I don't care if it is a weave. I'd just like to see more sista's with curls. I can't say that is idea is going to stop wars, but it can possibly be the cure for sore eyes.
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Curls huh? I can't say that a woman's hairstyle does a lot for me. I like 'em all! But beautiful (non greasy curls) are nice! Sounds like the new relationship is going pretty good though.

Have you noticed that single sistas tend to wear longer hairstyles than married women?
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LOL Come on now Jack... curls???

There was a time when I wore curls, but my hair has a natural curl to it anyway. Like a lot of sistas, I have a perm thang going, but no weave.
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I better sell my World of Curls stock
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Yes, a man wants a woman that looks softer than he is. Most of us do at least. Some are attracted as much to a rough woman as they would to a man. Some don't care, because they probably don't know any better. Their mom probably never dressed feminine. Not to say that only curls makes a woman feminine, but they sure help. Just like a LADY wants a man that can cover her, protect her, help her make decisions and give her a reason to want to give it up. I don't see anything wrong with a man giving his woman what she wants, and she giving him what he wants. This way everybody benefits.
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Hey man... I dont care about the hairstyle if the body is right! I know that is a little sexist but I do like nice hair. But like vickan said I do see more younger sistas who are unmarried, with longer hair. I think they know it attracts men more so they keep it long.
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I think that is easier for most black women to wear there hair straight either through a relaxer or a hot comb..I know I took some of ya'll way back with that one..lol. But on the real, our society upholds straight hair as the epitome of beauty. Just about every black actress, model, or TV celeb has a straight weave. I personally think it's sickening!!! We as black women really NEED to get away from those damn relaxers because it's thinning our hair and it has some of the same ingredients as Draino. But to answer your question Jack most hair breaks easier when it's curly and you must maintain daily moisture in order to combat that. Maybe if society's image of a beautiful black woman changes then you will see more CURLS. Till then the natural sistas will keep on holding down!!!
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Hair doesn't have to be straightened to curl. Natural hair that's curled with rods or conditioners or braids taken out. But let me clarify my question, please. Where are the women that enjoy looking feminine and don't feel that their looking weak because of it? You know, the cocoa brown sundress type of sista, legs shaven, polished toe-nails, lightly scented perfume, bright clear eyes, soft spoken voice. Power suits are ok, but what's wrong with going back to looking like a lady and enjoying it?
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As woman this is sensitive subject. I have very curly hair and when I wear my natural afro it looks nice but I draw a lot of attention. People want to touch, they surround around me like i was a zoo exhibit. The thing with curly that most men do not understand is that it's hard to maintain. Although i do not put any relaxer on my hair, i use a flat iron to keep it straight because it's easier. Women, we love our curls to, but often it's hard. Apart from it being hard, men tend to view as ethnic or foreign. Sometimes we just don't want to stand out.
Of course the curls depend on whether you are fully black or mix? Would that changed you desire to have a girl with “curls”?
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