Stereotypes About Light-Skinned Black Men That We Need To Put To An End

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They all have “good” hair.

If you still have the archaic state of mind that good hair falls on a scale of Eric Benet to Ginuwine, I have a rude awakening for you: Who can’t have good hair these days?  I hope we’re not still stuck in the grade school dream that if we snag some Evan Ross look-a-like, our future babies will emerge from the womb with golden curly tendrils.  Guess what?  There were probably a lot of broken combs and hair grease in light-skinned curly’s past before he discovered wave caps and texturizer.  For now, let’s try paying some more attention in biology before we try to use our talents as part-time geneticists to choose who we pro-create with.
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