And it’s priceless!
— Momo Pixel makes stuff (@MomoUhOh) November 15, 2017
For the longest time, Black women have been dealing with aggressions on their bodies in their day to day lives and one of their biggest frustrations are random people touching their hair. Whether waiting for a bus at a bus stop to running errands at a supermarket, we aren’t safe from the prying hands of strangers.
While you’d have to be polite when it comes to unwanted touching, the stares, and the comments, it’s not surprising that outlets have been used to voice outrage, a good example being Solange’s hit Don’t touch my hair.
And now, there’s a new game that encompasses the same struggle.
Check out this addictive game here