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· January, 2011

Stories about Guyana from January, 2011

Guyana: End of Relationship, Not End of Life

The Guyana Groove is concerned about “the extremely high rate” of domestic violence, especially “in those cases in which one or both of the partners left the relationship.”

Guyana: “real” men

The Signifyin’ Woman contemplates Caribbean homophobia and notions of what it means to be a “real” man vs an “anti” man.

Guyana: The Need to Go Green

“I wonder if it is true, that there is a link between Styrofoam and cancer. And if there is, then why we still using it in green land of Guyana?”:...

Guyana: Adopt-a-Turtle

Guyana-Gyal considers adopting a turtle – but there's a deal-breaker.

Guyana, St. Lucia, Haiti: Where Did The Money Go?

Regional bloggers are reblogging posts that ask where all the Haiti relief money went, given that the country appears to be not much better off a year after the earthquake.

Guyana: Woman of the Year

The Guyana Groove explains why her choice “for Woman of the Year 2010 is Varshnie Singh.”

Guyana: More Than Abstinence

“The sooner we recognize that our teens are having sex, the sooner we can start acting like conscientious parents”: The Guyana Groove thinks that “where abstinence alone teaching has failed…learning...

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