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But I think it's worth considering what sort of precedent could be set here if more bloggers embrace an inclusive approach to natural hair.

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So when the sacred sanctity of Black Girl Space was violated via the inclusion of a White woman on a natural hair blog, it should come as no surprise that a number of people were disappointed. of seeing Black women embracing the concept of natural hair by the droves.The idea that Sarah’s hair journey would provide her entry to what seemed like a safe place for Black women, under the tag “natural hair icon” is almost comical (her journey to accepting her hair texture basically involved her going from wearing a bun to wearing her hair down), and certainly sad.Her response to critics on Twitter makes it even clearer that she really needn’t sit with us: is obviously not a Black woman’s space and it’s not my job to tell its creator that it has to be one (nor does that mean that it can’t be a source of affirmation for Black women.) However, I think we all need to consider the need for us to have places that we go to that are exclusive, be they physical, via technology or otherwise.However, I’ve had some conflicted feelings about the natural hair movement for quite some time and this recent feature on Nikki Walton's wildly-popular site highlighting the hair journey of a White woman brings my biggest complaint about so much of what has come to define this cultural phenomenon to light.I’ve been surprised and disappointed to see how much of the natural hair movement has centered on “curly” hair, when that isn’t hardly the most common hair type among our people.Research on this remains so stunted (and outpaced by studies on male sexuality) that there’s still debate on what defines a female orgasm or what the g-spot is.

Most advice for women or their partners on how to have mind-blowing sex, as well as basic data, like what percentage of women regularly orgasm during intercourse, is based on tiny, inherently biased surveys at best, and cherry-picked anecdotes at worst.

We often confuse integration with equality and acceptance, when we are so often the ones who find ourselves left out in the cold.

I assure you that a White woman with silky, curly hair will be just fine if we’d rather keep our hair chatter to ourselves.

It’s important information for anyone who cares about female pleasure.

But it can be difficult for laypeople to figure out what it means for them.

Just 19 percent said the duration of sex often led to a better orgasm.