"I am ready to go into therapy to learn how to surrender the patriarchal entitlement I’ve enjoyed for so long as a man living in Jamaica."
Men and women should be able to compliment each other courteously. We have to start with the children, teaching them how to treat each other with affection and respect.
Some a dem outa order old man better mind dem owna business an stop tell people how fi live dem life.
Som a dem outa aada uol man beta main dem uona bizniz an stap tel piipl ou fi liv dem laif.
Some of those officious old men should mind their own business and stop telling other people how to live and love.
No matter how religiously some of us deny it, gay Jamaicans are us: mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, cousins - not-so-distant relatives.
We must take the shame out of sexuality in all its variations. My edgy column on the male-only dinner was an opportunity to seriously consider the taboo topic of sex at school. In and out of the water closet!
The ratings of the Government are so low, Lisa's lovely legs were let loose in cyberspace as a deliberate distraction. It was a lust for power, a plot to keep us talking about foolishness instead of important social and political issues.
These old boys have become big men, in theory. They have big jobs, big houses, big cars and big debts to prove it. But many of these big men are still just little boys dressed up in adult clothing. They long for the good old days on North Street when being a KC boy promised to make life so easy. It entitled you to an eternity of privilege.
Garvey's second wife decidedly embellished his life. But even she had cause to complain about Garvey's commitment to his first love, The UNIA.