Some might be thinking, “It’s just hair.” As a black African girl who grew up having to relax her hair every few months, suffered chemical burns pretty much each time, wore a hat to cover her hair to hide it when it had “growth”, and wished that she, too, could flip her hair (or that it could blow in the wind), AND is now natural (although my decision wasn’t made based on all this), I have come to realize that it’s NOT just hair. It is political, it is a gender issue, and it’s a conversation I’m glad more people are joining! I love all my sisters, relaxed or kinky (do you), but I was SO happy to watch this. You go girl!!