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.
Instead of falling into the trap of thinking that unwanted sexual attention is a compliment, women must fight back. We cannot passively see ourselves as victims
Mi no understand wa mek it so hard fi Christian see seh man an woman supposen fi have di said same rights. / Mi no andastan wa mek it so aad fi Krischan si se man an uman supuozn fi av di sed siem raits. I don't understand why it's so hard for Christians to accept that men and woman are supposed to have equal rights.
weak dollar will attract foreign investors who will make a killing. We'll be so grateful for the jobs they bring, we'll work for next to nothing. Been there and done that! So we're not going back there if we can help it.
Gomes go because shi bex wid dem odder one inna Jamaicans for Justice. Dem mek mistake go seh dem sorry seh bandooloo sex education get weh pon di poor pikni dem./ Gomes went because she was vexed with the other members of the board of Jamaicans for Justice. They made the mistake of apologising for the unapproved sex education programme that the children were exposed to.
I have a lot of respect for MSM who don't bother with the fiction of getting married to a woman. Disdaining pretence, these courageous men just brazen it out. They don't hide under the frock tail of women.
The JLP equivalent of 'dutty Labourite' is 'classist PNP'. Unfortunately, in the tracing match of tribal politics, 'classist' just doesn't have the sting of 'dutty'.
Perhaps I’m expecting too much of Jamaican men. But I think a self-confident man could have acted far differently to the outing of Dwayne. A real man could have made a joke of it. He could have just said, “Bombo claat! Di bwoy good! Im ketch mi fi true!” And even though Dwyane didn’t have a bombo, the profanity would have been enough of a judgement.
The problem with applying the abomination rule to fashion is the indisputable fact that there is no universal standard of male and female dress. Gendered dress styles vary across cultures.