Great example. Afros, twists, and braids did nothing to stop these meagerly-equipped guerilla fighters (men, women, and youths) from staving off significantly larger, Russian-backed military force from occupying their territory for over 30 years.
Didn't realize that curly hair had to be treated chemically, that's no fun. I dunno, I just figure if guys have to get a haircut every Friday/Sunday, females shouldn't get special treatment. Now that I think about it, female hair care is expensive. My the ex's saloon bill would be at least 60-100USD, paying that four times a month would be crazy. I'll just stick to my lane from now on.Have you ever seen black female hair that hasn't been chemically straightened? If you have you will know that it doesn't just work like more "fine-haired" women's hair. The best way for a black woman (probably) to get her hair within regulation would be something like this:
aka corn rows. Otherwise, without using chemicals it would be poofy and well out of regulation and "unprofessional".
If you think it's a cultural point on how black hair works and not science then I would love to see white women's hair magically go into an afro. Since it's just culture and all.
- There are plenty of black females whose hair can go into a regular bun and that's great. This rule seems to just acknowledge there are different hair types and this way helps keep the force looking professional.
The Sikhs are some of the fiercest warriors through history and they served proudly in India and the U.K. I'm glad to see this rule change.
I do have a deep appreciation of the Sikhs, having worked with a couple who where border guards & former Indian army officers. I hope you realize you dreams.