Last Christmas at an ugly sweater party with a slew of islanders, we got caught up in a conversation about why an island man will not allow his wife to do certain things in bed.
I expressed that as a wife, my tendencies lean towards the submissive, and that if I have chosen and been chosen by my love, there is very little if anything that I am unwilling to do.
The dash of bleach that goes in pretty much everything including dishwashing water and my odd sentence construction and misplaced modifiers were two more.Now approaching marriage, as opposed to calming down, he was instead increasingly eager to satisfy curiosities he may have had. He offered up this explanation when asked, “Why if being cheated on hurts you so much, would you proceed to do the same” He shared that it’s “because it’s emotional for ‘u guys.” “If I could be sure that the sex was not emotional or that there was no risk of losing her, it would be far easier for me to move past it…when y’all cheat it’s normally the symptom of something much greater, the beginning of the end. Well it is something, like any other entity that requires a personal/individual approach. Everyone does not buy into the norms or fulfill the stereotypes.A few months later it was found that she cheated on him and called off their engagement. For us it’s a meaningless animal instinct…I’ve chosen you. That said stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason.54 years old) telling me, “this up and leaving your husband because he cheated business is something prominent only in your generation.
Every little thing you guys wanna get up and leave.” One of my close male friends (Jamaican) is presently going through a divorce.In fact they are quite reluctant to enter into such a scenario without much consideration.