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The Theory of Intersectionality: The less you resemble Shakespeare, Newton, or Einstein demographically, the more you are a Hidden Figure with genius insights that have been marginalized since 1619.

The Reality of Intersectionality: Black women talking about their hair:

 
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  1. The woman is a dolt in every way, on every level. She has NO idea why she’s there on The Hill. None.

    • LOL: donut
    • Replies: @Jake
    She knows exactly what her purpose is: to act so that eventually the Paradise Age is reached when all must bow to the Numinous Negro daily.
  2. Is there a direct line from “create space AND create community” (because that’s a different kind of “creation”) and “synonymous and conflated” (but not “synonymized, if conflated” or just “conflated”) going back to MLK talking about “the content of their character” and not, like, y’know, “their character”?

  3. She is a dolt in every way, on every level. She has no idea why she’s on the Hill. None.

  4. Mike Capuano’s replacement must hate the good lookin’ but dumb AOC with a passion.

    • Replies: @Nodwink
    I don't think she's attractive, but intellectually she'd run rings around 99% of Unz Review commenters.
  5. I saw Uncle John with bald-headed Ayanna
    She pulled down his pants and took him to Nirvana

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Whoa, oh, what I want to know-oh,
    is how does this song go?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EoQ3GkH4Zc
  6. Golly, is this another manifestation of The Curse of Trump? Will none of his political enemies be spared?

    • Replies: @Forbes
    Sailer must have let loose his iSteve Content Generator bot, World War Hair edition, on the interwebs. There is no other explanation for this.
  7. Dear iSteve readers,

    There will be a prayer vigil for Ayanna Pressley at the Holy Sacred Church of Black Women’s Hair.

    l know as fellow worshippers of Weave you will be joining me to mourn her loss.

    Please meet up in front of the Shrine to the Holy Wig of St Maxine of Waters.

  8. Anonymous[146] • Disclaimer says:

    DOWN WITH THE MATRIARCHY

    Women, as a group, are the lightweights of the human race.

    In a sane society women are allowed to lead other women — but never allowed to lead grown men.

    Foul feminism is a plague upon the earth. If it was a good idea then the historical record would be filled with brilliant examples of feminist societies and blossoming feminist civilizations.

    We live in a decadent, dying late stage empire that is filled with idiots and aliens and their rotten ideas.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman, BB753, Dtbb
  9. Also, the other members of her little club were getting WAAAAAYYYY more attention lately, so it makes sense that she would pull the hair card.

    Maybe she’ll start dressing more like Hirsi now and start wearing a towel thingee. Maybe Hirsi is already bald under there!

    Obviously, this makes her into the most effective and competent Congressman ever.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    Perhaps you meant more like fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar, who always has her head covered.

    Ayaan Hiri Ali doesn't usually have her head covered (in my experience).
    , @sayless
    One member of her little club is being investigated by the FBI and ICE for immigration fraud, student loan fraud, bigamy, and eight instances of perjury for lying on a federal form (Ihlan Omar).
    , @Pop Warner
    Ilhan and AOC are cuter than Tlaib and Pressley so they'll always get more press.
  10. Ike did pretty well twice, not even including his leading of the Allied force to victory over the Axis in WWII, yet he had some hair loss. This is why a) TV sucks and b) women shouldn’t be voting.

  11. Why does she always look like she’s on the verge of committing homicide?

    • Replies: @Bernie
    Cuz she is a baldy
  12. How ’bout some sympathy for us men?

    I had a “complicated relationship” with my hair too. It finally dumped me and left. I used to be Tom Petty without the talent. Now I’m Stefan Molyneux without the talent.

    • Replies: @JimB
    AOC should prove her commitment to wealth redistribution by donating some of her hair to make a wig for Pressley.
    , @MBlanc46
    I read your comments, Buzz. You’ve got at least as much talent as Molyneaux.
  13. At last! I thought I couldn’t get any diversity points. I wonder what reparations I am due from all the non-balding people

  14. Well, losing one’s hair would be pretty traumatic for most women I’m sure.

    That her previous “signature” hairstyle was a biologically impossible exaggeration (braids down to her butt )(accomplished with Indian hair presumably) might make her consider what kind of message she’s sending back into the African-American community… about Black hair.

  15. It’s the tight cornrow braids! “Permanent Traction alopecia”……that’s what got me!

  16. Her political future is not looking good: a case of ‘Hair today, gone tomorrow’…?

    • LOL: Cortes
  17. @Buzz Mohawk
    How 'bout some sympathy for us men?

    I had a "complicated relationship" with my hair too. It finally dumped me and left. I used to be Tom Petty without the talent. Now I'm Stefan Molyneux without the talent.

    http://theconsciousresistance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/The_Truth_About_Bitcoin_Stefan_Molyneux__FreeDomainRadio__15812-750x400.jpg

    AOC should prove her commitment to wealth redistribution by donating some of her hair to make a wig for Pressley.

  18. Omar and -Cortez both have some kind of wrong-hormone baldness, Tlaib on her best day looks like if Morton Feldman was in Bon Jovi, and now this.

    Bad Hair Life squad.

  19. I can’t even begin to understand how it feels to consider ones hair an important part of one’s core identity.

    For generations, non black women have oftentimes paid great attention to their hair, but it seems that the vast majority of them view their hair as a superficial attribute they tend to rather than a core aspect of their very selves.

    I am not sure if black women are deeply obsessed with their hair because they have some innate predisposition to be such or because they are constantly triggered into insecurity when faced with normal non African hair. I kind of suspect the latter because it doesn’t seem like the odd black woman with “good hair” fusses with their hair that much. I mean, most black women in my office get completely new wigs or weaves or elaborate braids every few weeks. But it seems like the occasional black women who appears to have good hair despite having substantial African ancestry basically leaves her hair alone.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    Note to self: Start crunching numbers to see if black oriented wig biz viable.
  20. Oh! The courage! Where does America find such women!

    • Replies: @Steve in Greensboro
    The oppression of follically-impaired Women of Color highlights an important but underreported front in the intersectional wars. This oppression has a long history, going back at least to Hound Dog Taylor's "Gimme Back My Wig".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3kKZM8Shv4

  21. An alopecia rant at The Root website.

  22. Bald guys everywhere are feeling triggered by the use of the word “transparency” with reference to hair loss.

  23. “This is a perfect example of why America is a dying civilisation. You have political leaders talking about their hair. Do you think you would ever see something like this in a rising power?”

    — somebody on Twitter

  24. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:

    It does sound awful, and yes, of course this kind of bad luck is more damaging for a woman, because yes, women are expected, because biologically equipped, to trade on their looks; but isn’t baldness categorically, well, not at all the same as what hackneyed “J’Accuse” writers were complaining? The Basic Bequisha type wants you to validate *her* hair, not to be dispatched to the western front to hold it down pending arrival of full-alopecia reinforcements (which I’d presumed included the loss of eyebrows too, famous case being John D. Rockefeller). Politics will be stranger and more nonsensical in a post-solidarity society.

  25. @JR Ewing 78
    Also, the other members of her little club were getting WAAAAAYYYY more attention lately, so it makes sense that she would pull the hair card.

    Maybe she'll start dressing more like Hirsi now and start wearing a towel thingee. Maybe Hirsi is already bald under there!

    Obviously, this makes her into the most effective and competent Congressman ever.

    Perhaps you meant more like fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar, who always has her head covered.

    Ayaan Hiri Ali doesn’t usually have her head covered (in my experience).

    • Replies: @JR Ewing 78
    Yeah, I screwed that up. I meant to call her (Omar) “Elmi” which was supposedly her real family name before she committed immigration fraud and claimed to be a member of an unrelated family in order to enter the US.

    Total self own.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Perhaps you meant more like fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar, who always has her head covered.

    Ayaan Hiri Ali doesn’t usually have her head covered (in my experience).
     
    Iman and Waris Dirie at times didn't have anything covered.
  26. The Root writers should shave their ugly heads in solidarity. Otherwise, they be raycist!

  27. @Ano
    Golly, is this another manifestation of The Curse of Trump? Will none of his political enemies be spared?

    Sailer must have let loose his iSteve Content Generator bot, World War Hair edition, on the interwebs. There is no other explanation for this.

  28. @Forbes
    Perhaps you meant more like fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar, who always has her head covered.

    Ayaan Hiri Ali doesn't usually have her head covered (in my experience).

    Yeah, I screwed that up. I meant to call her (Omar) “Elmi” which was supposedly her real family name before she committed immigration fraud and claimed to be a member of an unrelated family in order to enter the US.

    Total self own.

  29. There’s an AI text prediction program called gpt-2 that writes text to continue from a sample given. It would be awesome if someone would take the first paragraph of a WWH opinion piece and see what the programs spits out. Not me, though. I’m too lazy.

    • Replies: @Hail
    Input:

    Today, I am sharing my #hairloss journey to create space and to create community for those of us who have had complicated relationships with our hair. This was not easy, but vulnerability rarely is.
     
    Output:

    The very first step is realizing that you are a person whose hair has been changed in some way. Don't label it, don't apologize for it, don't try to explain it away. Accept the hard truth. Sit down and not only tell your hair story, but give us the space to tell ours.

    Let us talk about our growing up, all of our people experiences, and where we've been along the way. We don't have to relate to each other or feel comfortable doing so.
     


    I know we have all been told and believed that if we could just be beautiful enough, if we were thin enough, if we were thin enough, it would be enough to stop being ashamed of ourselves. But no one is healthy for life to be completely determined by weight, hair loss or no.

    The realization that our hair may not always look the same is not, in itself, evidence that we are unhealthy. It is the proof that we are unique. Because I hope that my experiences can have a place in the story of what beauty can mean.
     

    Pretty convincing. (These are the most coherent of about eight iterations.) Created via https://talktotransformer.com.
  30. • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    "We are from France."

    (Boy, it took me a while to even notice that she was a conehead.)
    , @Anonymous
    Didn't she die of AIDS?
  31. So she’s now the Black Sinead OConnor? She going to rip up a picture of the Pope on Saturday Night Live?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    I watched Sinbad do that live, Whiskey, well on TV that is. I wouldn't mind if this broad ripped up a picture of the current so-called Pope. I wouldn't mind if she actually ripped him a new one in person.
  32. @Forbes
    Perhaps you meant more like fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar, who always has her head covered.

    Ayaan Hiri Ali doesn't usually have her head covered (in my experience).

    Perhaps you meant more like fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar, who always has her head covered.

    Ayaan Hiri Ali doesn’t usually have her head covered (in my experience).

    Iman and Waris Dirie at times didn’t have anything covered.

  33. ”My twists have become such a synonymous & a conflated part of not only my personal identity & how I show up in the world, but my political brand.”

    That didn’t translate well from the original Klingon.

  34. Could you even fill a high school football stadium with the people in this country who seriously think this is a thing?

    I am sorry for Ms. Pressley’s hair loss because that is way worse for a woman than a man…but I think 95% of society’s problems have been adequately handled when members of our national legislature can position themselves as brave or inspiring over an issue like this.

  35. So now Pressley is officially a bald head stooge. Probably years of doing crazy things to her hair made it fall out. Also bad juju for being so anti-Trump and look at his mounds of glorious hair. DA style, as in duck’s ass woz what we called it

    • Replies: @Hail

    Probably years of doing crazy things to her hair made it fall out
     
    What might these be? For example.

    The condition they are attributing the baldness to is Alopecia.

    The condition [Alopecia] affects 0.1%–0.2% of the population,[25] and occurs equally in both males and females.
     
    They are saying many cases are hereditary.
  36. Anon[286] • Disclaimer says:

    Is she trying to co-opt alopecia as some black-specific affliction? Palo Alto-born, Nashville-based, 27-year-old, white-as-white-can-be, bluegrass musician Molly Tuttle lost her hair to alopecia when she was 3 years old.

    https://www.mollytuttlemusic.com/alopeciaareata

    It’s thought to be an autoimmune condition. Molly wore cloche hats through roughly her tweens and then switched to wigs in her teens, during which time she and her dad appeared twice on A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.

    Tully has always made appearances at events for kids with alopecia, and there has always been the occasional candid shot from the road of her bald head, but she recently did more of a formal coming out and went bald in her latest music video. Here’s another video on Facebook that has her removing a wig right at the beginning before performing.

    We’re live for #alopeciaawarenessmonth! Put your song requests and your questions about alopecia below! Support the National Alopecia Areata Foundation: support.naaf.org/mollytuttle18Buy the alopecia awareness shirt here: https://stores.portmerch.com/mollytuttle/featured-products/alopecia-awareness-t.html

    Posted by Molly Tuttle on Wednesday, September 19, 2018

    Her guitar playing, close up, in the video below.

    Same song, even faster:

    Dad is a prominent Palo Alto guitar/mandolin/etc. teacher, $50 for a thirty minute lesson. Molly’s banjo chops are also good, and her younger brothers are quite talented.

    • Replies: @sayless
    If Molly Tuttle can share a stage with Tommy Emmanuel she’s got to be good.
  37. @Rob
    There’s an AI text prediction program called gpt-2 that writes text to continue from a sample given. It would be awesome if someone would take the first paragraph of a WWH opinion piece and see what the programs spits out. Not me, though. I’m too lazy.

    Input:

    Today, I am sharing my #hairloss journey to create space and to create community for those of us who have had complicated relationships with our hair. This was not easy, but vulnerability rarely is.

    Output:

    The very first step is realizing that you are a person whose hair has been changed in some way. Don’t label it, don’t apologize for it, don’t try to explain it away. Accept the hard truth. Sit down and not only tell your hair story, but give us the space to tell ours.

    Let us talk about our growing up, all of our people experiences, and where we’ve been along the way. We don’t have to relate to each other or feel comfortable doing so.

    I know we have all been told and believed that if we could just be beautiful enough, if we were thin enough, if we were thin enough, it would be enough to stop being ashamed of ourselves. But no one is healthy for life to be completely determined by weight, hair loss or no.

    The realization that our hair may not always look the same is not, in itself, evidence that we are unhealthy. It is the proof that we are unique. Because I hope that my experiences can have a place in the story of what beauty can mean.

    Pretty convincing. (These are the most coherent of about eight iterations.) Created via https://talktotransformer.com.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Are those 4 paragraphs real or fake? I'm guessing fake due to lack of resentment and jargon.
    , @Rob
    Not gpt-2, but pretty good. Thanks.
  38. @the one they call Desanex
    I saw Uncle John with bald-headed Ayanna
    She pulled down his pants and took him to Nirvana

    Whoa, oh, what I want to know-oh,
    is how does this song go?

  39. @Clyde
    So now Pressley is officially a bald head stooge. Probably years of doing crazy things to her hair made it fall out. Also bad juju for being so anti-Trump and look at his mounds of glorious hair. DA style, as in duck's ass woz what we called it

    Probably years of doing crazy things to her hair made it fall out

    What might these be? For example.

    The condition they are attributing the baldness to is Alopecia.

    The condition [Alopecia] affects 0.1%–0.2% of the population,[25] and occurs equally in both males and females.

    They are saying many cases are hereditary.

    • Replies: @Homeschooling Mom in NY
    It’s called traction alopecia, caused by corn rows and weaves being too tight.
  40. @Reg Cæsar
    Where is Persis Khambatta when you need her?


    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-V2R_F6Wp0F4/TrDNo3SWKGI/AAAAAAAAEzs/E5yTgy1SwJE/s1600/PersisKhambatta.jpg


    Oh...

    https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/obituary-persis-khambatta-1172804.html

    “We are from France.”

    (Boy, it took me a while to even notice that she was a conehead.)

  41. @Whiskey
    So she's now the Black Sinead OConnor? She going to rip up a picture of the Pope on Saturday Night Live?

    I watched Sinbad do that live, Whiskey, well on TV that is. I wouldn’t mind if this broad ripped up a picture of the current so-called Pope. I wouldn’t mind if she actually ripped him a new one in person.

  42. Luxuriant dark hair is a side effect of taking prostate supplements. I have been accused of dying my hair but it’s natural.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    Hmm... you're saying that you've found a cure for baldness and a cure for greying hair at the same time? Wouldn't need any financial backers by any chance? I have some spare cash just sitting here waiting for a purpose.

    PS: Thomas Dolby lyric


    I buy her all the right clothes / and pretty jewels to wear.
    My friends say she's a dumb blonde / But they don't know she dyes her hair
     
  43. Black women’s hair has never looked worse.

    When I was young (80s, 90s), black girls’ hair looked normal to me. It was usually about chin length and it was natural looking. It looked fine to me.

    Now, they all have wigs and twists and braids which look awful. Sometimes they’re dyed in ugly colors (bronze, blue, etc.) I have a colleague who is otherwise well dressed who has these twists. You can see where her natural hair joins with the fake twists. Her hair is nasty, and I don’t like to look at it.

    In sum, black women’s hair previously looked *much* better than it does now.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    Yep, it's truly horrifying the number of young black women I've seen with "Predator" type dreadlocks. The fact that they think it looks appealing is mind boggling.

    http://monstermandan.homestead.com/Full_Pred2.jpg

  44. Pressley’s personal story of hair loss is sad. I wonder how much of the baldness is due to wearing her hair in braids for years. Doesn’t that cause baldness in women?

    But the way she conflates it with the impeachment of Trump is ludicrous. And overall making it out to be a political issue is also terrible. She says that people affirmed her for her braids.

  45. After years of relaxing and dying their hair, of wearing braids, waives, and trying to tame their unruly but beautiful African hair in countless ways, numerous black women go bald and have to wear expensive wigs. Even Beyonce! Perhaps half of the black female population suffers severe if not complete hair loss.
    This a national tragedy which should be addressed by Congress and the current administration. I can’t think of any other issue as vital to the nation as the preservation and care of holy African hair, our greatest resource.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    Ya wanna touch it, don't you white boy.
  46. The shampoo and hair conditioner companies could make a killing of this…

  47. @Buzz Mohawk
    How 'bout some sympathy for us men?

    I had a "complicated relationship" with my hair too. It finally dumped me and left. I used to be Tom Petty without the talent. Now I'm Stefan Molyneux without the talent.

    http://theconsciousresistance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/The_Truth_About_Bitcoin_Stefan_Molyneux__FreeDomainRadio__15812-750x400.jpg

    I read your comments, Buzz. You’ve got at least as much talent as Molyneaux.

    • Agree: David
  48. @Hail
    Input:

    Today, I am sharing my #hairloss journey to create space and to create community for those of us who have had complicated relationships with our hair. This was not easy, but vulnerability rarely is.
     
    Output:

    The very first step is realizing that you are a person whose hair has been changed in some way. Don't label it, don't apologize for it, don't try to explain it away. Accept the hard truth. Sit down and not only tell your hair story, but give us the space to tell ours.

    Let us talk about our growing up, all of our people experiences, and where we've been along the way. We don't have to relate to each other or feel comfortable doing so.
     


    I know we have all been told and believed that if we could just be beautiful enough, if we were thin enough, if we were thin enough, it would be enough to stop being ashamed of ourselves. But no one is healthy for life to be completely determined by weight, hair loss or no.

    The realization that our hair may not always look the same is not, in itself, evidence that we are unhealthy. It is the proof that we are unique. Because I hope that my experiences can have a place in the story of what beauty can mean.
     

    Pretty convincing. (These are the most coherent of about eight iterations.) Created via https://talktotransformer.com.

    Are those 4 paragraphs real or fake? I’m guessing fake due to lack of resentment and jargon.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    The output is recognizably "AI" because free AI content generators alway take these Indian-suggesting emptily-pushy inappropriately-dramatic Let Me Tell You Something tones. That's interesting because there's plenty of internet content (the source of their shuffled phrases) which doesn't (or can't) read like that, and it's very different from many groups (I've never seen free AI content generators do black twitter speech). There could easily be a clickbaity decision to select for pseudo-commands or apparent drama, to capture attention.
    , @Hail
    The four paragraphs are created by algorithm (TalkToTransformer), lightly overseen by a human hand (mine, in selecting ones that were most plausible as an article and made some sense together).

    I suspect the first half of the 2020s will see some entirely-created-by-machine opinion columns surreptitiously published in some major outlet, as a social experiment to gauge reaction. Or are we already there?

    Cf. "How Soon Until Woke AI Replaces Grievance Studies Interns in the Media?" (iSteve, June 26, 2019)

  49. All women of all races must STFU about their fucking hair – no one cares, because, fuck you all, hair is very much a part of your personal DNA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    So, I am losing my Becky hair, every day, and it is noticeable in the shower strain. My husband, being the good guy he is, never makes comments about cleaning the shower drain (more like sweeping with a paper towel) when he notices build-up. At this point, who cares, right?

    People of all races need to STFU about their fucking hair. If they have hair on their scalp, they should be taxed ( 😀 ) over the poor people who are bald or are losing their hair….every…single…time. I am so tired of black/Latino/Jewish women over their hair obsessions………….I have had thin. blonde hair since the 70’s…and all of those women, all of them, took pity on me…they all thought I was a freak because I could not be out in the sun 11a.m.-4pm.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    1. Have you ever considered cleaning up after yourself, and giving your poor, long-suffering husband a break?

    2. Would you please wash out your mouth while you're at it? Language!

    3. Rosie's already tried to turn iSteve into her personal hair blog. Didn't stick.

    , @Spangel
    Just shave your head and get a wig and be done with it. It’s what my mother did. Maybe my mother is odd but she hardly seemed angsty about her decision to just go with wigs by her 50s.
  50. @as
    Black women's hair has never looked worse.

    When I was young (80s, 90s), black girls' hair looked normal to me. It was usually about chin length and it was natural looking. It looked fine to me.

    Now, they all have wigs and twists and braids which look awful. Sometimes they're dyed in ugly colors (bronze, blue, etc.) I have a colleague who is otherwise well dressed who has these twists. You can see where her natural hair joins with the fake twists. Her hair is nasty, and I don't like to look at it.

    In sum, black women's hair previously looked *much* better than it does now.

    Yep, it’s truly horrifying the number of young black women I’ve seen with “Predator” type dreadlocks. The fact that they think it looks appealing is mind boggling.

  51. @Reg Cæsar
    Where is Persis Khambatta when you need her?


    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-V2R_F6Wp0F4/TrDNo3SWKGI/AAAAAAAAEzs/E5yTgy1SwJE/s1600/PersisKhambatta.jpg


    Oh...

    https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/obituary-persis-khambatta-1172804.html

    Didn’t she die of AIDS?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    Massive heart attack. Fifteen years after bypass surgery.

    That seems weird for a skinny Parsi girl from Bombay. I don't know where she'd get AIDS from, other than transfusion .I don't think HIV can survive raw sewage. Too much ammonia in the urine.

  52. @Spangel
    I can’t even begin to understand how it feels to consider ones hair an important part of one’s core identity.

    For generations, non black women have oftentimes paid great attention to their hair, but it seems that the vast majority of them view their hair as a superficial attribute they tend to rather than a core aspect of their very selves.

    I am not sure if black women are deeply obsessed with their hair because they have some innate predisposition to be such or because they are constantly triggered into insecurity when faced with normal non African hair. I kind of suspect the latter because it doesn’t seem like the odd black woman with “good hair” fusses with their hair that much. I mean, most black women in my office get completely new wigs or weaves or elaborate braids every few weeks. But it seems like the occasional black women who appears to have good hair despite having substantial African ancestry basically leaves her hair alone.

    Note to self: Start crunching numbers to see if black oriented wig biz viable.

  53. @Elmer T. Jones
    Luxuriant dark hair is a side effect of taking prostate supplements. I have been accused of dying my hair but it's natural.

    Hmm… you’re saying that you’ve found a cure for baldness and a cure for greying hair at the same time? Wouldn’t need any financial backers by any chance? I have some spare cash just sitting here waiting for a purpose.

    PS: Thomas Dolby lyric

    I buy her all the right clothes / and pretty jewels to wear.
    My friends say she’s a dumb blonde / But they don’t know she dyes her hair

  54. @Coemgen
    Mike Capuano's replacement must hate the good lookin' but dumb AOC with a passion.

    I don’t think she’s attractive, but intellectually she’d run rings around 99% of Unz Review commenters.

    • LOL: Bumpkin
  55. @BB753
    After years of relaxing and dying their hair, of wearing braids, waives, and trying to tame their unruly but beautiful African hair in countless ways, numerous black women go bald and have to wear expensive wigs. Even Beyonce! Perhaps half of the black female population suffers severe if not complete hair loss.
    This a national tragedy which should be addressed by Congress and the current administration. I can't think of any other issue as vital to the nation as the preservation and care of holy African hair, our greatest resource.

    Ya wanna touch it, don’t you white boy.

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @BB753
    I admit it took me years of repressing my tentation to touch holy African hair before I finally summoned up the courage to make a possibly risky move. My first and only break occurred one day when I met a black family I was vaguely acquainted with. It was Junior's birthday, so while congratulating him, I casually stroked his hair, a shortish afro. Luckily, the kid was too young to mind, though his parents did give me a funny look, as if I had committed some kind of blasphemy. In retrospect, I was not worthy of touching the Holy Capilary Grail, and I had no right to feel the wooly soft African hair of an unsuspecting child, victim of my white privilege.
  56. @Lagertha
    All women of all races must STFU about their fucking hair - no one cares, because, fuck you all, hair is very much a part of your personal DNA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    So, I am losing my Becky hair, every day, and it is noticeable in the shower strain. My husband, being the good guy he is, never makes comments about cleaning the shower drain (more like sweeping with a paper towel) when he notices build-up. At this point, who cares, right?

    People of all races need to STFU about their fucking hair. If they have hair on their scalp, they should be taxed ( :D ) over the poor people who are bald or are losing their hair....every...single...time. I am so tired of black/Latino/Jewish women over their hair obsessions.............I have had thin. blonde hair since the 70's...and all of those women, all of them, took pity on me...they all thought I was a freak because I could not be out in the sun 11a.m.-4pm.

    1. Have you ever considered cleaning up after yourself, and giving your poor, long-suffering husband a break?

    2. Would you please wash out your mouth while you’re at it? Language!

    3. Rosie’s already tried to turn iSteve into her personal hair blog. Didn’t stick.

  57. @Lagertha
    All women of all races must STFU about their fucking hair - no one cares, because, fuck you all, hair is very much a part of your personal DNA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    So, I am losing my Becky hair, every day, and it is noticeable in the shower strain. My husband, being the good guy he is, never makes comments about cleaning the shower drain (more like sweeping with a paper towel) when he notices build-up. At this point, who cares, right?

    People of all races need to STFU about their fucking hair. If they have hair on their scalp, they should be taxed ( :D ) over the poor people who are bald or are losing their hair....every...single...time. I am so tired of black/Latino/Jewish women over their hair obsessions.............I have had thin. blonde hair since the 70's...and all of those women, all of them, took pity on me...they all thought I was a freak because I could not be out in the sun 11a.m.-4pm.

    Just shave your head and get a wig and be done with it. It’s what my mother did. Maybe my mother is odd but she hardly seemed angsty about her decision to just go with wigs by her 50s.

  58. @Jim Christian
    The woman is a dolt in every way, on every level. She has NO idea why she's there on The Hill. None.

    She knows exactly what her purpose is: to act so that eventually the Paradise Age is reached when all must bow to the Numinous Negro daily.

  59. • Replies: @duncsbaby
    Blackness must be cherished, whiteness must be abolished.
    , @MEH 0910
    Look at those dark roots. Is Nikole Hannah-Jones starting to grow out her clown-colored hair?

    https://twitter.com/nhannahjones/status/1219290210942451713

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EOvJ9qRX0AA9UzD.jpg
  60. The fake eyelashes and the blinking are even worse than the baldness.

  61. She can still be a big wig.

  62. @Steve Sailer
    Are those 4 paragraphs real or fake? I'm guessing fake due to lack of resentment and jargon.

    The output is recognizably “AI” because free AI content generators alway take these Indian-suggesting emptily-pushy inappropriately-dramatic Let Me Tell You Something tones. That’s interesting because there’s plenty of internet content (the source of their shuffled phrases) which doesn’t (or can’t) read like that, and it’s very different from many groups (I’ve never seen free AI content generators do black twitter speech). There could easily be a clickbaity decision to select for pseudo-commands or apparent drama, to capture attention.

    • Thanks: Hail
  63. @JR Ewing 78
    Also, the other members of her little club were getting WAAAAAYYYY more attention lately, so it makes sense that she would pull the hair card.

    Maybe she'll start dressing more like Hirsi now and start wearing a towel thingee. Maybe Hirsi is already bald under there!

    Obviously, this makes her into the most effective and competent Congressman ever.

    One member of her little club is being investigated by the FBI and ICE for immigration fraud, student loan fraud, bigamy, and eight instances of perjury for lying on a federal form (Ihlan Omar).

  64. @Anon
    Is she trying to co-opt alopecia as some black-specific affliction? Palo Alto-born, Nashville-based, 27-year-old, white-as-white-can-be, bluegrass musician Molly Tuttle lost her hair to alopecia when she was 3 years old.

    https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/5b512e61cef372a4b6567cff/1561405661067-30FP4T461S6WMVJSOA5E/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kAri14iiavW3aKj6C2JYNqB7gQa3H78H3Y0txjaiv_0fDoOvxcdMmMKkDsyUqMSsMWxHk725yiiHCCLfrh8O1z4YTzHvnKhyp6Da-NYroOW3ZGjoBKy3azqku80C789l0jRb3i7UjwNNySrgFE_nWauGYxqSbey1ds3PS8eQlLRJJkcKb2Wyql_DkimmpZyvzQ/DSC08067.jpg

    https://www.mollytuttlemusic.com/alopeciaareata

    It's thought to be an autoimmune condition. Molly wore cloche hats through roughly her tweens and then switched to wigs in her teens, during which time she and her dad appeared twice on A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.

    Tully has always made appearances at events for kids with alopecia, and there has always been the occasional candid shot from the road of her bald head, but she recently did more of a formal coming out and went bald in her latest music video. Here's another video on Facebook that has her removing a wig right at the beginning before performing.

    https://www.facebook.com/mollytuttlemusic/videos/319630525464946/

    Her guitar playing, close up, in the video below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awFeDMNiKX4

    Same song, even faster:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUqrfXjJuJU

    Dad is a prominent Palo Alto guitar/mandolin/etc. teacher, $50 for a thirty minute lesson. Molly's banjo chops are also good, and her younger brothers are quite talented.

    If Molly Tuttle can share a stage with Tommy Emmanuel she’s got to be good.

  65. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nhannahjones/status/1217973684670996485

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFa5WIvW4AICKdF.jpg

    Blackness must be cherished, whiteness must be abolished.

  66. @Hail

    Probably years of doing crazy things to her hair made it fall out
     
    What might these be? For example.

    The condition they are attributing the baldness to is Alopecia.

    The condition [Alopecia] affects 0.1%–0.2% of the population,[25] and occurs equally in both males and females.
     
    They are saying many cases are hereditary.

    It’s called traction alopecia, caused by corn rows and weaves being too tight.

    • Replies: @Cortes
    Superb!

    Thanks!

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traction_alopecia
    , @vhrm
    Sure, but traction alopecia doesn't cause complete hairloss. The Rep says she has Alopecia Areata which is the auto-immune kind.

    I wonder if the years of perming and braids and extensions can induce the auto-immune response (some form of sensitization), but didn't see any mention of that online.
  67. @Steve in Greensboro
    Oh! The courage! Where does America find such women!

    The oppression of follically-impaired Women of Color highlights an important but underreported front in the intersectional wars. This oppression has a long history, going back at least to Hound Dog Taylor’s “Gimme Back My Wig”.

    • Replies: @Steve in Greensboro
    And the immortal Bobby King and Terry Evans "Bald Head".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_-utqqfnlw
  68. @Steve in Greensboro
    The oppression of follically-impaired Women of Color highlights an important but underreported front in the intersectional wars. This oppression has a long history, going back at least to Hound Dog Taylor's "Gimme Back My Wig".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3kKZM8Shv4

    And the immortal Bobby King and Terry Evans “Bald Head”.

  69. @Hail
    Input:

    Today, I am sharing my #hairloss journey to create space and to create community for those of us who have had complicated relationships with our hair. This was not easy, but vulnerability rarely is.
     
    Output:

    The very first step is realizing that you are a person whose hair has been changed in some way. Don't label it, don't apologize for it, don't try to explain it away. Accept the hard truth. Sit down and not only tell your hair story, but give us the space to tell ours.

    Let us talk about our growing up, all of our people experiences, and where we've been along the way. We don't have to relate to each other or feel comfortable doing so.
     


    I know we have all been told and believed that if we could just be beautiful enough, if we were thin enough, if we were thin enough, it would be enough to stop being ashamed of ourselves. But no one is healthy for life to be completely determined by weight, hair loss or no.

    The realization that our hair may not always look the same is not, in itself, evidence that we are unhealthy. It is the proof that we are unique. Because I hope that my experiences can have a place in the story of what beauty can mean.
     

    Pretty convincing. (These are the most coherent of about eight iterations.) Created via https://talktotransformer.com.

    Not gpt-2, but pretty good. Thanks.

  70. @Steve Sailer
    Are those 4 paragraphs real or fake? I'm guessing fake due to lack of resentment and jargon.

    The four paragraphs are created by algorithm (TalkToTransformer), lightly overseen by a human hand (mine, in selecting ones that were most plausible as an article and made some sense together).

    I suspect the first half of the 2020s will see some entirely-created-by-machine opinion columns surreptitiously published in some major outlet, as a social experiment to gauge reaction. Or are we already there?

    Cf. “How Soon Until Woke AI Replaces Grievance Studies Interns in the Media?” (iSteve, June 26, 2019)

    • Replies: @Spangel
    Man we are getting into some deep doo doo in the future. Here we were fantasizing about militaristic machine races like in terminator or from the matrix. Turns out the impending AI apocalypse will come from programmed social justice machine warriors whose aim will be to whine and censor humanity with exponentially increasing wokeness.
    , @Jack D
    There already has been some success with AI writing jargon filled social science journal articles - they are such gobbledy gook already that no one can tell the difference between the real garbage and the fake garbage. Even a few years ago the AI was convincing enough to get some articles published in 3rd rate journals. The quality of opinion writing is rapidly descending toward these levels so the AI shouldn't have too much trouble. As you can see, it's already pretty close.

    A serious practical application for AI (one that will make even more reporters unemployed) is doing things like taking box scores from local sporting events and converting them into sports stories or radio reports. Likewise weather reports. These stories follow a structured format and it's not that hard to convert the data to a human-like narrative.

    In fact in the old days, this is what radio baseball announcers used to do for games in distant cities. A full audio link was not economical so they would communicate the scores by means of a ticker tape telegraph that would send the bare bones details in some coded form. The announcer had to fill in all the imaginary details. "It's a hot day in Chicago today but the fans are in good spirits. Smith is mopping his brow. He steps up to the plate. It's a swing and a miss. Strike 1." Etc. (On the tape all it says is "9 S", Smith being #9). Ronald Reagan had this job as a young man.

  71. @Kevin O'Keeffe
    Why does she always look like she's on the verge of committing homicide?

    Cuz she is a baldy

  72. @Hail
    The four paragraphs are created by algorithm (TalkToTransformer), lightly overseen by a human hand (mine, in selecting ones that were most plausible as an article and made some sense together).

    I suspect the first half of the 2020s will see some entirely-created-by-machine opinion columns surreptitiously published in some major outlet, as a social experiment to gauge reaction. Or are we already there?

    Cf. "How Soon Until Woke AI Replaces Grievance Studies Interns in the Media?" (iSteve, June 26, 2019)

    Man we are getting into some deep doo doo in the future. Here we were fantasizing about militaristic machine races like in terminator or from the matrix. Turns out the impending AI apocalypse will come from programmed social justice machine warriors whose aim will be to whine and censor humanity with exponentially increasing wokeness.

    • LOL: Hail
    • Replies: @Jack D
    Supposedly a high % of Twitter users are already bots. The ultimate will be when the humans all go home and the bots argue with each other. It's like those "KKK meetings" where the FBI informant tries to entrap the ATF informant into committing a crime and there are no actual KKK members at all.
  73. @JR Ewing 78
    Also, the other members of her little club were getting WAAAAAYYYY more attention lately, so it makes sense that she would pull the hair card.

    Maybe she'll start dressing more like Hirsi now and start wearing a towel thingee. Maybe Hirsi is already bald under there!

    Obviously, this makes her into the most effective and competent Congressman ever.

    Ilhan and AOC are cuter than Tlaib and Pressley so they’ll always get more press.

  74. @Homeschooling Mom in NY
    It’s called traction alopecia, caused by corn rows and weaves being too tight.
  75. @Hail
    The four paragraphs are created by algorithm (TalkToTransformer), lightly overseen by a human hand (mine, in selecting ones that were most plausible as an article and made some sense together).

    I suspect the first half of the 2020s will see some entirely-created-by-machine opinion columns surreptitiously published in some major outlet, as a social experiment to gauge reaction. Or are we already there?

    Cf. "How Soon Until Woke AI Replaces Grievance Studies Interns in the Media?" (iSteve, June 26, 2019)

    There already has been some success with AI writing jargon filled social science journal articles – they are such gobbledy gook already that no one can tell the difference between the real garbage and the fake garbage. Even a few years ago the AI was convincing enough to get some articles published in 3rd rate journals. The quality of opinion writing is rapidly descending toward these levels so the AI shouldn’t have too much trouble. As you can see, it’s already pretty close.

    A serious practical application for AI (one that will make even more reporters unemployed) is doing things like taking box scores from local sporting events and converting them into sports stories or radio reports. Likewise weather reports. These stories follow a structured format and it’s not that hard to convert the data to a human-like narrative.

    In fact in the old days, this is what radio baseball announcers used to do for games in distant cities. A full audio link was not economical so they would communicate the scores by means of a ticker tape telegraph that would send the bare bones details in some coded form. The announcer had to fill in all the imaginary details. “It’s a hot day in Chicago today but the fans are in good spirits. Smith is mopping his brow. He steps up to the plate. It’s a swing and a miss. Strike 1.” Etc. (On the tape all it says is “9 S”, Smith being #9). Ronald Reagan had this job as a young man.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    It's already been happening for news reporting in various forms for years.

    I first remember hearing about it with financial "news". "Energy is up, but transportation is down as investors anticipate the inflation numbers to be released Friday" and such.

    But apparently it's been more widespread:
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicolemartin1/2019/02/08/did-a-robot-write-this-how-ai-is-impacting-journalism/#133734fc7795
  76. @Spangel
    Man we are getting into some deep doo doo in the future. Here we were fantasizing about militaristic machine races like in terminator or from the matrix. Turns out the impending AI apocalypse will come from programmed social justice machine warriors whose aim will be to whine and censor humanity with exponentially increasing wokeness.

    Supposedly a high % of Twitter users are already bots. The ultimate will be when the humans all go home and the bots argue with each other. It’s like those “KKK meetings” where the FBI informant tries to entrap the ATF informant into committing a crime and there are no actual KKK members at all.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
  77. @Homeschooling Mom in NY
    It’s called traction alopecia, caused by corn rows and weaves being too tight.

    Sure, but traction alopecia doesn’t cause complete hairloss. The Rep says she has Alopecia Areata which is the auto-immune kind.

    I wonder if the years of perming and braids and extensions can induce the auto-immune response (some form of sensitization), but didn’t see any mention of that online.

  78. @Jack D
    There already has been some success with AI writing jargon filled social science journal articles - they are such gobbledy gook already that no one can tell the difference between the real garbage and the fake garbage. Even a few years ago the AI was convincing enough to get some articles published in 3rd rate journals. The quality of opinion writing is rapidly descending toward these levels so the AI shouldn't have too much trouble. As you can see, it's already pretty close.

    A serious practical application for AI (one that will make even more reporters unemployed) is doing things like taking box scores from local sporting events and converting them into sports stories or radio reports. Likewise weather reports. These stories follow a structured format and it's not that hard to convert the data to a human-like narrative.

    In fact in the old days, this is what radio baseball announcers used to do for games in distant cities. A full audio link was not economical so they would communicate the scores by means of a ticker tape telegraph that would send the bare bones details in some coded form. The announcer had to fill in all the imaginary details. "It's a hot day in Chicago today but the fans are in good spirits. Smith is mopping his brow. He steps up to the plate. It's a swing and a miss. Strike 1." Etc. (On the tape all it says is "9 S", Smith being #9). Ronald Reagan had this job as a young man.

    It’s already been happening for news reporting in various forms for years.

    I first remember hearing about it with financial “news”. “Energy is up, but transportation is down as investors anticipate the inflation numbers to be released Friday” and such.

    But apparently it’s been more widespread:
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicolemartin1/2019/02/08/did-a-robot-write-this-how-ai-is-impacting-journalism/#133734fc7795

  79. It was a fine affair,
    But now it’s over.
    And though I used to care,
    I need the open air.
    You’re better off without me,
    Mine Hair.

  80. I’m sorry, Steve, but I can never force myself to pay attention to anything beyond the comma after the phrase “As a Black woman,” but I noticed a couple of words peripherally – is this a story about one of Ayanna’s home girls, Alopecia (Alop$sha?)? Wow, these black girl names are pretty strange sometimes.

  81. All these public ‘hair confessions’ seem more likely to deepen any existing inferiority complex rather than alleviate it.

  82. @Anonymous
    Didn't she die of AIDS?

    Massive heart attack. Fifteen years after bypass surgery.

    That seems weird for a skinny Parsi girl from Bombay. I don’t know where she’d get AIDS from, other than transfusion .I don’t think HIV can survive raw sewage. Too much ammonia in the urine.

  83. OK,this is just crazy. Pressley lives in Boston. You know who she’s married to?? A well known Boston native..Conan O’Brien!!
    This could explain his crazy Haiti adventure,he must be very woke.

  84. Anon[200] • Disclaimer says:

    I am sorry for Ms. Pressley’s hair loss because that is way worse for a woman than a man

    It’s absolutely not worse for a woman. A bald woman receives sympathy and support. Nobody says “boo” about her wearing a wig.

    A bald man (especially before a certain age) is mocked, ridiculed and systematically excluded from many endeavors in favor of the hirsute. Any attempt to cover his baldness with combover or toupee is also met with mockery and derision. When he finally shaves his head in desperation, people are quick to point out that they can tell the difference between a bald head and shaved head by choice.

    There is no question society is kinder to a bald woman.

    • Replies: @BB753
    Yeah, there's no stigma attached to a woman wearing a wig, but a man with a wig is subject to ridicule and rejection.
    For the record, I once met a young woman with severe alopecia, of the areata kind: strangely she had chosen to ink atrocious tattoos on her scalp because she didn't really hide her condition, other than by occasionally wearing caps, or wigs when she was looking for nightly sexual action. On the surface, she'd learned to accept her baldness, but obviously she had hidden issues. Nevertheless, you could tell she was not lacking attention from males, as most men have low standards, and she was otherwise cute on the hotness scale. Yeah, I did make a pass at her. She was young, fit, available and I was a desperate middle-aged man on the rebound from a recent bad break-up with a divorcee. Too bad it didn't pan out. Please, don't judge me, lol!
  85. Would love to see david frum and the Atlantic host a forum on the intersection of race, gender, and, hair loss. Molly Tuttle and Ayanna pressley could be the speakers and Jemele Hill could moderate.

  86. @Mr McKenna
    Ya wanna touch it, don't you white boy.

    I admit it took me years of repressing my tentation to touch holy African hair before I finally summoned up the courage to make a possibly risky move. My first and only break occurred one day when I met a black family I was vaguely acquainted with. It was Junior’s birthday, so while congratulating him, I casually stroked his hair, a shortish afro. Luckily, the kid was too young to mind, though his parents did give me a funny look, as if I had committed some kind of blasphemy. In retrospect, I was not worthy of touching the Holy Capilary Grail, and I had no right to feel the wooly soft African hair of an unsuspecting child, victim of my white privilege.

    • Replies: @BB753
    Correction: "temptation", not tentation. I tend to blame presbyopia.
    https://youtu.be/xWwtMrDX2o8
  87. @Anon

    I am sorry for Ms. Pressley’s hair loss because that is way worse for a woman than a man
     
    It's absolutely not worse for a woman. A bald woman receives sympathy and support. Nobody says "boo" about her wearing a wig.

    A bald man (especially before a certain age) is mocked, ridiculed and systematically excluded from many endeavors in favor of the hirsute. Any attempt to cover his baldness with combover or toupee is also met with mockery and derision. When he finally shaves his head in desperation, people are quick to point out that they can tell the difference between a bald head and shaved head by choice.

    There is no question society is kinder to a bald woman.

    Yeah, there’s no stigma attached to a woman wearing a wig, but a man with a wig is subject to ridicule and rejection.
    For the record, I once met a young woman with severe alopecia, of the areata kind: strangely she had chosen to ink atrocious tattoos on her scalp because she didn’t really hide her condition, other than by occasionally wearing caps, or wigs when she was looking for nightly sexual action. On the surface, she’d learned to accept her baldness, but obviously she had hidden issues. Nevertheless, you could tell she was not lacking attention from males, as most men have low standards, and she was otherwise cute on the hotness scale. Yeah, I did make a pass at her. She was young, fit, available and I was a desperate middle-aged man on the rebound from a recent bad break-up with a divorcee. Too bad it didn’t pan out. Please, don’t judge me, lol!

  88. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nhannahjones/status/1217973684670996485

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFa5WIvW4AICKdF.jpg

    Look at those dark roots. Is Nikole Hannah-Jones starting to grow out her clown-colored hair?

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    Nope, she dyed her roots clown-colored again:

    https://twitter.com/TheDailyShow/status/1225275931541069824

    https://twitter.com/nhannahjones/status/1225407082213576704

    Ida Bae Wells Retweeted:
    https://twitter.com/clayfilms/status/1225418721189036034
  89. @BB753
    I admit it took me years of repressing my tentation to touch holy African hair before I finally summoned up the courage to make a possibly risky move. My first and only break occurred one day when I met a black family I was vaguely acquainted with. It was Junior's birthday, so while congratulating him, I casually stroked his hair, a shortish afro. Luckily, the kid was too young to mind, though his parents did give me a funny look, as if I had committed some kind of blasphemy. In retrospect, I was not worthy of touching the Holy Capilary Grail, and I had no right to feel the wooly soft African hair of an unsuspecting child, victim of my white privilege.

    Correction: “temptation”, not tentation. I tend to blame presbyopia.

  90. @MEH 0910
    Look at those dark roots. Is Nikole Hannah-Jones starting to grow out her clown-colored hair?

    https://twitter.com/nhannahjones/status/1219290210942451713

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EOvJ9qRX0AA9UzD.jpg

    Nope, she dyed her roots clown-colored again:

    Ida Bae Wells Retweeted:

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