I want to help you because by helping you I’m helping me and every other person in this beautiful world. There’s nothing wrong with that and by all means try your usual approach.
If your first reaction to this section is oblivious AF. Now, you’ve probably dated white chicks and I know they care about their hair too. The biggie, is that you need to know that the black hair experience is different from the white hair experience and what’s more, the most annoying thing about the black hair experience is that most white people have no idea that different. About me: I love music, movies, walks on the beach, traveling and reading.But sex is my all time favorite, I want to be teased and pleased.Generally speaking, a black woman’s hair can be either natural or processed. And for the most part, black people assume it and we deal with it.Natural means, no chemical and processed means it’s undergone a chemical process of some kind to make it do something different than it naturally does. I’m not saying you’re like KKK Nazi racist or anything but every white person has got a low grade level of racism. But go in knowing that you’re a little bit racist and own it.
As a guideline, it’s best not to ask a black woman if her hair is natural or if she has a weave. Again, you don’t need to know what we’ve done to our hair, we’re not looking for you to DO our hair. And then keep your eyes and ears open and listen to her when she shares with you when you do/say something racist. You can get through it, it could even draw you closer.