There are two women in this panel, a white woman and a black woman. Both are smiling.
White woman: Your hair is so beautiful! Can I touch it?
Black woman: Thanks, but no.
This panel shows a different white woman, and the same black woman. The white woman is smiling, but the Black woman’s expression is now a little wary, and her arms are crossed.
White woman 2: How do you wash your hair? Does it smell? Can I touch it?
Black woman: I’d rather you didn’t.
A white man now appears, along with the same Black woman. He is smiling and reaching for her head; she is jerking back, holding up her hands protectively.
White man: What does that stuff feel like?
Black woman: Hey! Hands off, please.
A third white woman is in this panel, along with the same Black woman. The white woman is reaching out for the Black woman; the Black woman is yelling in frustration.
White woman 3: May I touch your-
Black woman: NOT A PETTING ZOO!
The Black woman has stormed off, leaving white woman 3 alone in the panel. She looks surprised, looking in the direction that the Black woman left.
White woman 3 now looks annoyed.
White woman 3 (thought): Why are black people so touchy?