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Cute New Sesame Street Video Encourages Kids to Love Their Curly Natural Hair

Sesame Street Encourages Girls to Love Their Hair

Just a few days after their great Smell Like a Monster skit starring my beloved Grover, Sesame Street has gone and melted my heart all over again. "I Love My Hair" is a sweet, adorable song encouraging kids with curls to love their natural texture. It's not the most complicated ditty, but given how much negative social pressure is put on people with curly hair, it's good to hear lines like "don't need a trip to the beauty shop, 'cause I love what I've got on top." Even if you're already old enough to know just how gorgeous natural hair is, watch the clip and smile.

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Jessiebanana Jessiebanana 5 years
Very cute! I love being positively brainwashed by Sesame Street :).
Tonii2010 Tonii2010 5 years
I love this I wish I would had have something like this when I was younger. I probably would not have been so obsessed with long straight hair
Miss-Infamous Miss-Infamous 5 years
This was obviously aimed at young black girls I think its a great message
prencesschris prencesschris 5 years
so cute, i had to show this to my lil cousins that have curly kinky hair they will love this !
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
I think this is fantastic!
Ms-Devi Ms-Devi 5 years
This might be a tad deeper than "negative social pressure is put on people with curly hair."
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 5 years
It is an empowering song for African-American girls to embrace their natural texture (the intended audience) and for others' to appreciate the natural texture. So, it's not about all people with curly hair; but, rather a very specific group and that's awesome.
tiabia tiabia 5 years
I am absolutely in love with this video!!! It put and instant smile on my face, and yes, I do love my (curly) hair :-)
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