"We should all be proud of our hair. In my opinion, the first step is to accept what we naturally have on our heads. Your hair is unique and shouldn't be compared to anyone else's."
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"I am aware that as a white woman my hair might not be as strongly linked to identity than for women from other ethnicities. However, it's clear that this hair is part of me, I inherited it from my mother so it's essential for me to worship it and be as proud as I can of it."
"I think sometimes people think I can’t surf because I don’t fit that stereotype. There is a strong lack of representation in the surf world, of curls but also of women of colour in general."
"As a child I can't remember any moments when I heard positive comments about my texture. It's never been defined as good hair."