curly hair, exotic, feminine, kinky, natural hair, sex and the city, sexualized, wild
Lately, I have been full on embracing my hair in its naturally curly state. I mean big, curly hair which is the complete opposite of how I would have it styled when I lived in the U.S. which was flat ironed bone straight.
I’m a very attractive woman with Double Ds and shapely hips. Even before I started wearing my hair naturally curly/kinky, I had a come fuck me body. Everything about me can lead a man, and some women to easily, and comfortably, sexualize me. I part welcome it because it’s about the most sex-related attention I get. But it’s like damn, the looks and advances I get are like “whoa, let’s do it right here on the sidewalk, lady.” When I wear my hair big and natural, I feel like I’m a walking billboard for sex.
- sex object
- kinky (the word to describe my hair is synonymous with being “marked by unconventional sexual preferences or behavior, as fetishism, sadomasochism, or the like.” -dictionary.com)
- more like myself
Photos courtesy of Glenford Nunez/TYP Photography The Coiffure Project.
All right, maybe it’s more than just her hair. But even if she were fully clothed, with that hair, men would still be trying to hit that.
Solange Knowles with the sexy come hither look
She was never sexier than when she cut her hair for season 5, and she came back with baby boobs. ^.^
Yes, Kris. Whatever you say, Kris.
P.S. Back down memory lane…
Miranda: Yeah. But he can’t be with her because she’s too complicated, and she has wild curly hair.
Miranda: Yeah. So he leaves her and marries this…simple girl. With straight hair.
Tanisha Shulamit said:
I feel ya. I love my kinky wild curly hair because it makes me feel more sexy.
K. Witch said:
As it should. It’s the best thing to happen to a woman, being natural.