When I first moved to New York, I lived with a Jamaican/Trinidadian family.
And like I said, the family was close, the daughter who had just gotten married, lived next door to her mother and father.
But let’s be real, what ethnic group of men can we not say that about?
Just like anybody else there are the good and the bad. But I also know Jamaican men, both inside and outside of my family, who treat their partners like queens.
Rumor has it that they’re misogynistic, controlling and philanderers.And another young lady may show up at the next one.And since he’s so close to his family, don’t be surprised if his mother’s opinion holds more weight than you’re accustomed to.But the American side of me knew there were people who would cringe at such a “crass” conversation.Another time, my male cousin came out of the bathroom holding his pants up around his waist because he didn’t have a belt. I can’t be completely honest about this subject without addressing the notion that Jamaican men just can’t seem to keep it at home.
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