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Lauren Anderson December 9, 2017 Lol my friends grab my braids all the time and I’m just like NO STOP. Rego December 9, 2017 I don't get it? I like when people touch my hair Omelelelete December 9, 2017 MUH HAIR, DONT TOUCH MUH HAAAAAIIIR -2017 PROBLEMS Zefer Agcebedili Official December 9, 2017 salam Qarşılıqlı abunə olmaq isdəyən buyursun TheAshsmit3 December 9, 2017 If you looked at this video, and the only thing you took away is that the creator of the video is racist, or buzzfeed is racist, or the video is racist, then it just means you do not understand the meaning of the word racist. It really irked my nerves that people always feel entitled to tell someone that their story needs to be put in a form that is equal to all. The creator of the game CLEARLY said this game is for everybody to play. She never said oh well this is only a game that black women can play and others cannot. The lady created a game that told “HER” story, and how this effects her. If you have a similar story and want to express yourself, then create a game and express yourself. No one is telling you not too. But for this woman, she created a game from SCRATCH and told her story, and a lot of people can relate. Instead of people trying to say oh this is racist because this happens to me, how about try saying girl I can relate too, because people be touching my hair as well without my consent. Then that’s where the conversation can start about people invading other people space. People love to create issues where they’re not needed. Anyway shout out to the creator of this game, which is a woman! I’m here for it. Ek242427 L December 9, 2017 Racist babies Abby A December 9, 2017 To anyone who thinks that strangers don't do this well you're pretty oblivious to the world around you. I went to a work party once and 3 random old white people came up to me and started stroking my twists and sticking their hands in it and grabbing fistfuls even after I said to stop, that's just one occasion out of many. I'm 15 years old I seriously shouldn't be having to deal with such an easily avoidable problem. fool on the hill December 9, 2017 OH MY GOODNESS STOP WHINING Grey Stripe December 9, 2017 Alright so I am not black, but the whole hair grabbing thing has happened to me once or twice. The reason being that my hair is extremely soft, like, REALLY soft. I love that, but the hair touching thing was the most uncomfortable experience I’ve ever had. Someone walked up to me and grabbed my hair then walked away without even saying a word to me. I understand looking at a black woman’s hair and being curious, but the sheer discomfort of being randomly grabbed outweighs ANYONE’S curiosity. Boundaries exist, and we all have to respect them. This happens to real people and it sucks. I’ve only experienced this phenomenon myself once or twice, and always with people I knew, if only in passing. If I had to deal with this nonsense with random strangers? I would shave my head bald and never go outside. gosha euro 네덜란드 December 9, 2017 im white, and i milimeter my hair and all people do is touch my hair The Adventures Of MorningLily December 9, 2017 Who else finds this convenient that they didn’t bring on a white team member to share their opinion. But, as always, you must force your opinion and leftist viewpoints on others! The Adventures Of MorningLily December 9, 2017 Sorry to say, but this is not a problem that needed so much publicity. As a white woman, my hair gets grabbed all the time! But I don’t make a video telling people that these are the issues that are really affecting people in the 21st century. It’s hair. Panini Flowers December 9, 2017 I’m Hispanic and I’ve had some girls touch my hair cause it’s naturally really wavy but they never pull my hair or anything I don’t see the big dealIt’s not like their grabbing you and hurting you plus most white people don’t care about your hair lol my white boyfriend doesn’t go around touching Afros all day he could care less about your hair Margot idk December 9, 2017 I have curly hair and understand their struggle really feel them. Respect✌️ zøey December 9, 2017 y’all, as white individuals, who have never been racially oppressed in any way, do not have the right to decide what is and is not racist. the creator said it is for everyone to play, not just black people. white peoples hair gets touched too, but this is from her personal experiences and she’s trying to express how it bothers her and others. tangy tablets December 9, 2017 I honestly wonder why people are so compelled to touch a black persons hair? Jenn the alien December 9, 2017 I have really long hair and I'm not black but it gets just as annoying and stressful I hate it but I love my long hair babywisdom December 9, 2017 What i find funny is most people who have touched my hair is people of my own race like"Ohh your hair is so long . what products do you use ?" ellie December 9, 2017 In my whole life as a white person I have never had a desire to touch black peoples hair. I really can’t understand why some people do? Like weird af.