Jamaica: Stereotyping

“Every Jamaican man lives in fear of a lie. It’s a lie that continues to wreak havoc on both sides of the racial and gender divide and is a frequent topic of pornography: the Black, male stud”: Jamaican diaspora blogger Geoffrey Philp examines the effects of the stereotype.

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  • NUNU

    Interesting…………..every group of people are trying to talk at once. Jamaican hype up more than the real reality on the Ground Lots of issues to deal.I wish they figure out,how to get at one percent of the vacation money to spend on the people there.I heard they say that no go without, compare to I What I saw ; it made me cry,It’s sad. I taught Haiti was bad watching on Tv that place was Hot Mess,Wow.DR was a Hot Mess Hot.It’s shocking to see places no one say anything is nightmare at 75% of those under class people………sad……….Tears flowing from my eye.

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