- The new 007 is a black woman – don't make her a Bond girl
- The 'Straight Outta Compton' Casting Call Is So Offensive It Will Make Your Jaw Drop
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The 'Straight Outta Compton' Casting Call Is So Offensive It Will Make Your Jaw Drop
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Now, more than 20 years later, and 10 years after adding its first and only Black princess to its roster, Disney is about to do it again. This marks the first time the studio has chosen a woman of color in a part that has been traditionally portrayed by a white woman. In addition to having a brown-skinned Black woman as the face of Ariel, Bailey's casting shatters stereotypes about Black hair, the myths about Black people and swimming — a product of segregated swimming pools — as well as narratives about the desirability of Black women as love interests. Bailey usually wears her hair in locs, rather than naturally curly or straightened to look more like white hair, also opening the dialogue for a discussion about Black hair. Locs or dreadlocks have a history stretching back to ancient Egyptian times. The locs — or rope-like strands of hair — are formed when afro-textured hair is coiled or matted together. However, even today, locs are still seen as unprofessional in school settings and in the workplace; California this week became the first state to ban rules that discriminate against Black people who chose to wear their hair in its natural state or in styles that compliment our hair textures, like locs.