Aside from culture, there is no force as strong in unifying Jamaicans as sports. We found out just how much so when our national football team, the Reggae Boyz, qualified from the 1998 World Cup and the entire nation was overcome with emotions, especially as the next day was declared a public holiday.
A wise man once said “anyone can be a father but it takes an exceptional human being to be a dad”. Such is the general consensus our society shares of fatherhood that biology by itself is not the only determinant to being a great father.
Picture this. In 2011 you were dating Ronny but you broke up for several reasons in 2015, one of which is that his one eyed snake was always wondering off into foreign pum pum fields all hours of the night when he claimed to be working.
It may have started out simple enough but the universal culture of objectifying women and their body parts has finally drawn the backlash it deserves as women across the world are finally standing up and saying “no more”. The prevalence and popularity of the “Me Too” movement ignited in 2017 and has spread like a soul cleansing wildfire, with more than half a million women from all over the globe coming forward to share their story of being sexually harassed.