After listening to Solange's "don't touch my hair" and seeing a young white man read this book on a bus ride, I guess I had too high expectations for its content. The title of the book is highly captivating and provoking because its a statement that many women of color can relate to, either with their natural hair, kinky hair or dread locs. The title of the book speaks volume in that it commands respect.
However I am not too familiar with the content of the book as she made reference to many celebrities. Because I am not a big fan of celebrity news and all that she tried to explain from experience, I did not find the gist between the lines to be funny or fascinating.
She used the conversational/Op-Ed style of writing, similar to luvvie Ajayi's style (although I think that Luvvie executed it much better and hilariously in her book "I am judging you").
I read only a quarter of the book and I don't think it reflects what I thirst to read from a title like that.
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