It’s time we as black women redefine how we [think we] look when we wear our natural hair. Natural hair makes us look SO sexy, sensual, bold, ravishing, seductive, enchanting. . . I WILL go on. I’m just getting started, sister. #naturalhairissexy
My call to action does NOT require that we beautiful naturalistas show all the king’s jewels for the public to see. Please DO NOT UNDRESS THE GOODS IN PUBLIC ON MY BEHALF. I won’t. I am committed to the idea that the majority of my body is too special for anyone but my husband to see.
See, SEXUALITY does not require you to remove all your clothing. We sisters have to wrap our heads around that (and teach it, too). I am encouraging all my beautiful natural women,the sisterhood that share this natural hair journey with me, to recognize that you rocking your natural hair is ATTRACTIVE to our black men. You are DESIRABLE. You are SEXY. And you do not have to be embarrassed by it.
But you have to own your sex appeal.
The sad truth is that we have these incredibly sexy features: full lips, defined cheek bones, big booties, thick thighs, large breasts; but we are made to feel ashamed of it. But then we see women of other races emulate these same details – usually by “corrective” procedures, augmentation, or full implants – and WE glorify them by sharing pics and bragging on how amazing they look.
If you’re going to brag. Brag on the sisterhood. Brag on your sexy self.
Check out these downright gorgeous naturalistas, some sexy black women with natural hair, that are owning their sexuality. I am, too. Will you?