sufferers of melanism at war with sufferers of albinism

halle took her her ex to court because he was trying to make their daughter "look white." funny. he's white, she's half white, so the daughter is mostly a white kid.

what the hell is wrong with hollywood? the judge actually ruled in her favor! yes. it is now against court order for her ex to dress their daughter in "white" clothes or straighten her hair.

those rascally white people and their white ways!

as far as i recall, the most dangerous of the white people that i've ever seen were those two albino ghosts from the matrix, with the weird dredlocks and swords. that was crazy! white people sure can be scary!

thanks to the good lord that i'm not white! whew. what a horror that would be.

but hey, on a serious note, albinism is nothing to be scoffed or mocked.

here is the report from TMZ

Halle Berry just took Gabriel Aubry to court ... claiming he's trying to make their 6-year-old daughter white.

Halle was furious Gabriel was straightening Nahla's naturally-curly hair, lightening it with highlights and she is convinced it's because he does not want the girl to appear to be African American.

Halle didn't show in court Monday morning, but her lawyer Steve Kolodny did, along with Gabriel and after a lot of arguing the judge ruled NEITHER Halle nor Gabriel could change Nahla's look from its natural state.

So the judge is allowing Nahla's hair to grow back naturally.

here is the report from dailymail

Oscar winner Halle Berry's ex made 'completely and totally unacceptable' racial slurs against the actress - and dyed their six-year-old daughter's hair blonde, it was revealed in court today.

The star took her former love, Gabriel Aubry, to court, accusing him of straightening their little girl Nahla's naturally curly hair and lightening it over the past year in a bid to deny her African-American heritage.

As a result, Halle said in court documents, Aubry had caused Nahla 'potential psychological and physical damage' - and could cause her to wonder 'why her natural appearance is not good enough'.

A judge ruled today that neither Halle nor Aubry can now change Nahla's hair, while court records obtained by MailOnline show that Aubry has made shocking racist remarks against the star.

In a note included on Halle's testimony to the court about her ex's 'reprehensible' actions, she referred to the findings of Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas, who presided over their recent custody case.

He said: 'The racial epithet made by Petitioner was and is completely and totally unacceptable.

'Nahla is a child of both of these parents, making this sort of comment about Respondent affect the very core and being of Nahla.

'And when Petitioner attacked Respondent for what she is and who she is, he was attacking Nahla because Nahla is part Respondent. And Nahla is part Petitioner. So when Petitioner did those things, that does serious damage to Nahla because he is attacking her core being, who she is.'

Today, a source close to Halle told MailOnline Gabriel had used racially abusive language to Halle - claiming he called her the N word - but said: 'Halle is a great mom, she wants to keep Nahla on an even keel.'Describing Halle's fears over Nahla's hair, the source said: 'Halle kept asking and asking Gabriel about Nahla's hair and he kept denying it.

'What does this say to a six year old who’s half black? Her father is denying her identity.

'Halle then filed the court papers and Nahla's curls came back.'

In her testimony, Halle said: 'I strongly feel that Gabriel's same underlying attitude is at the root in the changes which only he could have been causing to our daughter's hair.'

She told how she had secured scientific evidence to prove she is not 'delusional', as Gabriel had called her, 'about the extensive damage and the changes to the texture and color of Nahla's hair that were observed by me. I was not willing to allow this to be a 'he said-she said' dispute.'

The actress told how she had collected Nahla's hair with a new brush and sent the strands from June 28, 2014, to a laboratory.