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  1. I literally grew dreads because I couldn’t bare going to the homophobic barber shops in my neighborhood anymore. They all messed up my hairline my whole life, like since i was five, and I never understood the homophobia aspect of it until I got older and they got more aggressive and disrespectful. Like how to you violate a child like that? Anyway…I have been thinking about you getting a shape up lately (my dreads are dope, I’m keeping them lol) I was thinking of hitting up Dezisdope, who may be affiliated with this shop. But I’ll def check them out too

  2. I literally grew dreads because I couldn’t bare going to the homophobic barber shops in my neighborhood anymore. They all messed up my hairline my whole life, like since i was five, and I never understood the homophobia aspect of it until I got older and they got more aggressive and disrespectful. Like how to you violate a child like that? Anyway…I have been thinking about you getting a shape up lately (my dreads are dope, I’m keeping them lol) I was thinking of hitting up Dezisdope, who may be affiliated with this shop. But I’ll def check them out too

  3. Not Brooklyns culture. We’ve Brooklyn barbers are great. Don’t throw stones to get your name. Let your work speak for its self

  4. Not Brooklyns culture. We’ve Brooklyn barbers are great. Don’t throw stones to get your name. Let your work speak for its self

  5. Crusaders are out en masse triggered af with the usual anti social justice catchall argumentation. Why are y’all so obsessed with other peoples lived experiences?

  6. Inclusive spaces are cool. Don’t make stuff up about spaces with different philosophy though. In my experience few people talk about whom they sleep with. If you have too much social anxiety to insist on a certain haircut, that is of no relation to your sexual preferences, and i think conflating thus is not exactly an indicator of healthy thinking. I think the future is one of many spaces, some inclusive, others exclusive based on whatever different people believe, feel, and need.

  7. I swapped to a lady barber because she didn’t try and push her religion on me. That and she did her job & didn’t stop to talk to everyone every five minutes.

  8. tf is the point of this barbershop aren’t all barbershops accepting of genders and sexualitys.and wtf are they saying by they went to a barbershop and the barber just cut there hair in the wrong. what kind of barbershops are you going to where they dont cut your hair right or you dont get a say in what hair cut you want.

  9. Good for her and good for the community. Judging by the like/dislike ratio, it’s sadly clear why secure places like this are needed…

  10. Am I the only one who thinks it’s ironic that the LGBTQIA community advocates for equality and inclusiveness, yet completely ignores the other 19 letters of the alphabet?
    This joke used to use “LGBTQ” and “21 letters of the alphabet” just last year, but…PROGRESS! (yelled in an Oprah voice)

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