Dyed my hair blueblack today. I may be a little excited about Wonder Woman.
Brian says: Did you dye it with the tears of men?
Romie: Sort of? I made my husband apply it and he was very stressed out by the fear he might (1) fail to dye my hair (2) accidentally dye several other surfaces (3) or both.
Brian: I’m just referring to the guys who are getting very upset about the all-women screenings of Wonder Woman.
Romie: I have been following the strategy of screening messages from those guys. I throw up blocks like they’re missle-deflecting gold bracelets.
Nic says: I used to do blue-black – kind of miss it.
Romie: It is one of very few colors my hair hasn’t previously been! I’m liking it.
Carrie says: Hoo boy just found out BDS Lebanon is boycotting, so my outfit is changing (adding my purple kafia). I realize this is not enough but my ticket is bought already and I do want to go.
Romie: When you’re a member of (or ally of) mutiple sometimes-overlapping oppressed populations, I suspect it’s somewhat revolutionary to be joyful when there is an opportunity to feel delight—to find hope in the community of other imperfect strivers.
I like the kafia idea.
Acevedo: [tosses back long dark locks] you were saying….?
Angie says: GREAT excuse for a selfie, tbh!!
Romie: INSTEAD I CRASH A MAN’S SELFIE
Angie: SO WOMAN, MUCH WONDER
Summer: Your clothes match. I’m agog.
Romie: Mine isn’t clothes; it’s a blanket. We match on many levels but “comfortable ambient temperature” is not one of them.
Angela says: My purple turned red; am considering spinning in place until am brunette and in satin tights myself.
Andrea: Totally thought about doing this, too!!! Solidarity cloaked in midnight blues!!!