According to Jezebel, a landlord in Ohio posted a "White Only" sign by her property's swimming pool because she was worried that the hair products black people use would make the water cloudy. It has nothing to do with the color of one's skin, according to her, it's all about the hair products:
Jamie Hein owns a rental complex outside of Cincinnati. When she noticed that one of her tenants were being visited by their teenage daughter, who is black, she grew concerned about the fact of the pool water's clarity and posted a sign outside of the pool that read "White Only." It wasn't that the teen's presence in the water would render it unclean; just that the crazy haircare products she must be using were threatening the very molecules in the water and the subsequent swimming enjoyment of all the god-fearing whites who wanted to enjoy some blackless water.
I guess white people don't use hair products; I must be imagining all the commercials and all the products in the hair care aisle at various stores, right?
A complaint was filed with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission by the girl's parents and the family moved out of the complex. In September, the commission ruled against the landlord, but Hein still feels that her sign wasn't racist and she has requested that the Commission hear her case again.
“I’ve never said anything to that child,” Hein said. “If I have to stick up for my white rights, I have to stick up for my white rights. It goes both ways.”
According to ABC, the commission will come to a final decision on January 12.