More respect?

Hi everyone, i'm new =]

I just had to post a topic because theres something thats been annoying me lately. I never used to wear my hair straight until I just decided to on a whim...and I noticed people seem to show me a lot more respect. I hate that!!! People have given me so much crap about my curly hair (although some people love it) and I just found it incredibly annoying that people suddenly decide to actually not treat me like im stupid!
anyone get this?
okay end of rant.
I haven't noticed getting more respect before, huh. I do get lots and lots of comments though, I guess because it is a surprise for people to see straight hair on a curly head!
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Yes, that's a frustrating thing about curly hair. There is an unfortunate perception that straight hair is more professional, more fashionable, more polished...Well, tough. My hair is curly, get over it.
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If your hair is curly, if you're halfway attractive, if you have bigger than a B cup.... then CLEARLY you are a complete idiot incapable of performing the simplest tasks.

Yup, I've been there too. I just tell myself that they're jealous and leave it at that. Not everyone can have gorgeous curls like us NC.com girls.
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