When I was a little girl, I had thick, nappy, long black hair. Some of my family members did not like my hair because I always wore it in cornrows (or braids). At the age of six, I got my first relaxer. My mother was tired ofstraightening my hair with the hot comb; and I was tired of getting my… Read more →
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