Seeking Dread Families
Dreads in the Family
I just sent my email address to yourinbox. Thanks for helping out
Susanne Gorman said:
Hi Kerry...been trying to message you withour info but for some reason can't send it. May I email you directly?
I'm working on an article about families who wear dreadlocks. It's for a new publication. Overall, I'd like to know why the family decided to wear locks, what this represents to the family, what are the thoughts on their children...are locks required as part of their religion/lifestyle or do the children decide if they want locks or not.
Kingston Leblon said:
I would like , to know mor about this .
Thank you for the invitation .
Just sent you a friend request. Would love to get your thoughts on you and your son wearing locks.
Susanne Gorman said:
My son and I both have locks. He started his June 2010 and I started in August 2010. We are having fun growing our locks together and would be happy to participate:)
I just sent a friend request in order to email you. Thanks so much for responding. Can you please be sure it's okay with your parents since I may want to include your name in the article. Overall, I just want to know what it means to you as a child growing up in a familywho wearsdreadlocks, how you think that makes you different and if you felt pressure from your parents to wear locks or if it was your choice. Thanks
Hello. I am 15 years old and had dreadlocks from the time that I was a baby until I was seven years old. About a year ago I began my second dreadlock journey. Both my parents have dreadlocks. They are divorced now, and my step mother has dreads and also my step father had dreads but cut them off a few years ago. I also have seven siblings ranging from the age of 18 months to 18 years old who all have dreadlocks or have had them in the past. I'm not sure who in the family would be willing to be a part of this interview but I definitely would!
i convinced my mom of letting me get locks in 2009 or 2008 with the condition that i be successful and happy, that i would keep them clean and all that as well. finally 2011 i decide its the right time and... success! my mom actually likes them and interested in how they evolve and the minimal upkeep for great looking locks.
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I am a Mom (times three) with dreds. My children do not have dreds, but I would completely support them if they wanted to. I have added you as a friend so I can pm you my email address. I would love to participate and answer these questions.
Hello!!! We are a family of dreadlocks. My husband and I have been dreading for about 14 years. We have 4 kids and all of them have dreads in fsome form. My 10 year old boy has locks down his back. We would love to help. Also check out: www.rastafamx6.blogspot.com Thank you Jana Vallone
PS. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Loc Lava,
It's for a new magazine launching in late June called DreadSetterz. It'll provide readers with resources for hairstyles, salons, hair care maintenance, education and history of locks.
I'd love for you to answer a few questions, if possible (10 total).
Thanks in advance.
Loc Lava said:
Can you provide more information about the magazine? Both me and my partner have locs, none of our kids do. 2 want them and 2 dont.
Looking to profile a family (parents and children) with locks for an upcoming article in a new magazine about dreads. Anyone fit the profile?
Why was this the decision made? What do they represent to your family? Why was the decision made to lock the children's hair? Also looking for a family where the parents have locks but have chosen to allow their child(ren) to decide whether or not to have locks.
Please provide your email address if you're able to help. Interviews can be handled via email.
Thanks in advance!