A song created by R&B singer Solange Knowles, Beyonce's sister. The song symbolizes black struggles, from the usual invasion of privacy by touching an black person's hair usually without asking, to undermining black people's potential as a whole. The song demands respect of boundaries, due to the fact that asking to touch a black woman's hair is a microaggression masqueraded as a compliment.

The song can easily be used to say "don't touch my hair", or represent the meaning of the song.
by Killing the Mood, aaight? December 28, 2016
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