It’s 2020. Why Haven’t You Gone Natural Yet?

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1: Natural hair isn’t for me

2: Being natural is hard

3: Jobs won’t hire me if my hair is in an Afro

4: I won’t be able to style it

5: What if my hair isn’t curly like hers?

6: What if people judge me?

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For starters, writing is the golden ratio. For the ending, I write about all my secrets, feelings, and poetry.

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