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Solange To Magazine: Don’t Touch My Hair

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She said it in her track however the Night Criterion really did not pay attention. Grace Baldridge, Mark Thompson, and also Simone Boyce, the hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Tell us what you assume in the comment section listed below. Join TYT:

" On the cover of the most recent issue of the Night Requirement Publication, the vocalist is seen putting on a white ruffled dress, strong pearl earrings and also a streamlined, knotted hairstyle.

Nonetheless, in the exact same photo published to her personal Instagram web page on Thursday (seen over), Solange is additionally shown wearing a beautiful knotted crown that didn't make an appearance on the magazine cover. She captioned her photo "dtmh," an acronym for "Do not Touch My Hair," the name of a track from her acclaimed newest cd. She also marked the Night Criterion Magazine's Instagram manage.

This motivated numerous individuals to leave comments below the publication's very own message, asking why editors changed her hair.

The tale itself– posted online Thursday with the heading "Solange: 'I Miss Out On Opportunities By Desiring Control Over My Body'"– concentrates heavily on the singer's freedom and also the relevance she positions on her imagery."

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24 comments

  1. Posted by Herb Bluntman, at Reply

    Shouldn’t this story be on Pop Triggered instead of TYT’s main show?

  2. Posted by The Judgemental Cat, at Reply

    Lol, I hate blaming SJWs, but this story is bullshit.
    Shut up tyt

  3. Posted by Heath Fletcher, at Reply

    Maybe people need to begin to open a dialogue face-to-face before boycotting or tweeting about something.

  4. Posted by mrjonhou, at Reply

    So a magazine photoshopped their cover page? No way.

  5. Posted by 01jaredg, at Reply

    I just want to point out. When people say “what it means to black woman to touch their hair”. I understand they get asked more often to have their hair touched. But people shouldn’t be touching any strangers hair, that’s weird. Quit being weird.

    • Posted by BestofNate, at Reply

      01jaredg not just black women anyone who is black that grows out there hair. I like to let my curles grow out and apparently thats an invitation for people I have just met to pet me like a dog.

  6. Posted by Kelvin Waters, at Reply

    How exactly were they to get all that on the cover, possibly a pop-up page? Lol

  7. Posted by Gravity Priest, at Reply

    Well she got plenty of fanfair from you three so I think she will be fine. She is famous because of her sister.

  8. Posted by jamiesj, at Reply

    Hire Simone full time.

  9. Posted by Reaper the rager, at Reply

    I have done digital editing and I can tell you this was for practical reasons. If they would have left the hair then her entire figure would have been pushed down effectively cropping out everything below her shoulders and it would have created too much “dead space” in the cover itself.

  10. Posted by msl 2015, at Reply

    Big deal.

  11. Posted by Wisakedjak Archetype, at Reply

    They’re just “wild cat’n”

  12. Posted by TheCyberwoman, at Reply

    Here’s the thing about this, while you can never divorce photo shopping African American hair from the complicated historical aspect, I think there is also women in general issue happening. Would they do this to Marilyn Manson, if he showed up with elaborate hair or a head piece. I don’t think they would. They would recognize him as a performer with a vision and an image. I think it’s so engrained in them to make women fit a certain definition of perfect on magazine covers that they changed it without a second thought.

  13. Posted by Darnell Underwood, at Reply

    Where can I get that TYT hat

  14. Posted by Greta J., at Reply

    Am i the only one who thinks it was photoshopped off because the hair didnt fit in the cover. Are the pictures inside the magazine showing her whole hair? That is what i would like to know.

  15. Posted by trancetunes, at Reply

    “don’t touch my blonde dyed hair”

  16. Posted by showlett33, at Reply

    Simone, as for “the uk might not be culturally there yet” do we need to slaughter black people in the streeet to catch up? Perhaps we should start a crippeling economic program and slash education funding in the inner cities and poor areas, so we can get them into our prison system, would we then have caught up? Please advise us in the UK of what cultural appropriation we should take from america to ensure that the UK gets on par with the US in its treatment of the black members of our community

    • Posted by jasonwaste, at Reply

      Nailed it.

  17. Posted by A54321, at Reply

    Another example of how TYT is not a news channel.

    • Posted by w5winston, at Reply

      Oh, please….

    • Posted by A54321, at Reply

      w5winston how is this news?

    • Posted by Matthew P., at Reply

      Agreed. Vapid commentary on non-issues. That’s what I’d call it.

  18. Posted by Keyhan Hadjari, at Reply

    Ohhhh that is the most important news ever.

  19. Posted by Neil Price, at Reply

    It was probably some dumbarse editor, or something.
    Someone who didn’t read the article, but edited the image JUST so it would fit the front page.
    Her braid was a rather large thing, to be honest, they could have “Talked” with Solange during the shoot to maybe have a slightly different hairstyle.
    Just so her hairstyle would fit easily onto the front page of the magazine.
    It wouldn’t be out of the ordinary for them to do this, women celebrities have their hair changed several times for the same photo shoot regularly.
    Call it out for being a dumb decision in photoshoping her braid out of the picture and move on!
    Why does every small problem have to be a “World Ending Event” now?