Foreign Women and the Jamaican man (part 4)

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Foreign Women & the Jamaican Man

Do Jamaican men use White women?

The answer to this question is “Yes! Some Jamaican men do use some white women.” However this is more prevalent in Jamaica. Not all Jamaican men use every white woman. Don’t misunderstand. There are Jamaican men, and white women, who are involved in very loving, healthy long-term, and happy relationships. Then there are those whose relationships are based on other things.

White women are known in Jamaica for giving the men money….these are just some ideas why they may be doing it.
I believe there are many ways to look at this.

  • Perhaps some white women are a little more generous with money while on vacation than women of other cultural backgrounds and therefore have built up a reputation, in Jamaica of being “easy to get money from.”
  • Perhaps some white women who give Jamaican men money are just trying to be helpful. They understand that there aren’t many jobs in Jamaica.
  • Perhaps some white women want a Jamaican man so badly that they are willing to give him money to have him stick around. I empathize with this because in western society, I know it can be somewhat difficult just to strike up a conversation with someone, whereas when you go to Jamaica, you can easily have 5 beautiful men by your side, as a woman from abroad, at any given time.
  • Perhaps some white women who visit Jamaica have the money and don’t mind sharing their wealth with their Jamaican Man.

If White women are giving Jamaican men money, it is not my affair; If they are happy together and enjoying life, then they are just a like any other happy couple to me.
Do Jamaican Men use Black Women too?

Do Jamaican men use Black Women too? The answer is yes of course they do! If a Jamaican man wants to, “he can charm the birds out of the trees.” Jamaican men using women does not only apply to white women.

How women from abroad are seen by men in Jamaica

As money Bags…
Some Jamaicans see women from abroad as having a ton of money. This is probably due to the fact that when many women from Abroad visit Jamaica they are spending money that has been saved for the trip to Jamaica. So maybe foreign women are seen as money bags just because they have a lot of money to spend when on vacation.

Seen As something Exotic…
Some Jamaican men living  in Jamaica see foreign women as something exotic. I guess it makes sense. Just the same as when an English man visits the United States, many women will find his accent sexy. Women from abroad have a different way of thinking. Perhaps expressing herself and with a foreign accent; may be quite sexually appealing, to a Jamaican man.

As Sex Crazed!
Again Sex tourism is a Reality in Jamaica. Many women visit Jamaica to have sex with Jamaican men, can you blame them? So, many of the men in Jamaica just assume that many foreign women are “easy to get into bed” because so many of them who visit Jamaica are easy to get into bed! If you are a foreign woman who visits Jamaica not looking for sex, you will soon become one before your trip has ended, believe me.

As Special…
I told one guy I was getting to know, when I was down in Jamaica, that he only wanted to talk to me because I was different from him. He immediately corrected me by saying, “no special.” Hey, if Jamaican men want to call me “special”, I’ll take it!

White Women Worshiped?
I am told that white women from abroad are worshiped by the black men in Jamaica. I could see how it could be true. Living in North America, I do come across a lot of Jamaican black men, involved in long term relationships with White women.


 

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3 Things a Jamaican man must have (part 3)

 

3 Things a Jamaican man must have!

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A Jamaican man will need these things to a greater or lesser degree, but generally speaking these are 3 things every Jamaican man needs. If he doesn’t have these things…he might become irritated and irrational.

#1 Good Jamaican Food to eat for his body

Good Healthy Jamaican Food is a very important part of a Jamaican man’s best jamaican foodhappiness and health. Without his home cooked Jamaican fuel, He may become cranky and complain of feeling “weak.”. A Jamaican man operates best when he can rest assured he can hang with the other men and know he’s got the strength and stamina that he should as a true Jamaican Warrior. To keep his health at its prime he will need to regularly eat healthy hearty good Jamaican Food.

#2 Intimate time with his woman

jamaican loveGood Healthy Intimate time is at the top of the List for any virile Jamaican man. A Jamaican man likes to feel that he can make a woman happy with his manhood. He also needs to have s*x to balance his mind and make him feel relaxed. Many Jamaican men need to have lots of (relatively speaking) s*x because he somehow feels that having s*x validates him as a man. Not only that, Jamaican men and a woman are like “hand in glove.” A Jamaican man loves the attention and affections of females. This may be the reason why it is so commonly known that many Jamaican men (who live in Jamaica) tend to have “a woman on the side.”

#3 Time with buddies for laughter and reasoning

Many Jamaican men love their time with their male friends. They like to play jamaican men with friendsdominos, sip on some Guinness or some Heineken, and just shoot the breeze. If you want your Jamaican man to be happy, to spend time with his buddies is a must. He may come home late, and “red out” from smoking some good Marijuana, or drunk from all the drinking, but just know, his behavior is normal. The truth is, many Jamaican men, really are just a ” little boy” at heart.

21 things about dating a jamaican man

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10 Rules for Dating a Jamaican man (part 2)


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21 Things About Dating a Jamaican Man (the book)

things jamaican men like in a womanWhen it comes to dating, it is important to begin at a slow pace. Otherwise you two may have to take some steps back. These rules were designed to help you get to know your Jamaican man and to help you get to know what he is all about before you involve your heart. However these “rules are just a guideline” everyone must do what they feel is best for them at any given moment.

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Rule #1 Don’t Show Weakness of Any kind

The Jamaican Culture prides its self on strength and endurance. Your man may expect you to show strength even at times when you don’t feel so strong. Show your Jamaican man who you can handle anything that comes your way. Some situations call for you to hold your head up high, some call for you to stand up for yourself. Some call for you to just keep smiling. Particularly in cases involving other individuals. If at any time you feel weak, don’t show it in public. Wait till you are behind closed doors.

Rule #2 Always have a clean Hoo ha

Everybody knows sometimes hoo has can get a little funky, due to sweat etc. A Jamaican man expects his woman to keep her self clean and fresh at all times. Cleanliness is of the utmost importance in the Jamaican Culture. A poor stinky woman can mean a harsh talking to from your Jamaican King. That time of the month is no excuse either, for a sour smelly “poom poom”. Keep the “poom poom” fresh at all times no matter what. Carry baby wipes in your purse. This makes maintaining a clean and fresh “poom poom” “on the go” a breeze.

Rule #3 Always have fresh breath

A woman with bad breath is pretty yucky. Could you imagine a woman looking pretty from head to toe and she opens her mouth to speak and you want to run away. Don’t let this be you. Hygiene is very important in Jamaican Culture. Bad Breath is a big time “no no.” I carry gum with me at all times.

Rule #4 Don’t let him Mouth off to you

A Jamaican man who mouths off to you is not treating you with the all import “respect,” and he knows it. If your Jamaican man talks to you in a disrespectful manner or tone, don’t say anything back. Remember Jamaicans are “action” oriented people. You can just stay silent and see what he does, or you can abruptly end the conversation you two are engaged in, right in that moment, by abruptly walking away. If he loves you, he will say or do something to try to improve the situation. If he doesn’t care he won’t acknowledge your mood change at all in which case you are better off letting him find another woman to talk down to.

Rule #5 Leave pregnancies for later

Some Jamaican men like to get their girlfriends pregnant very early in to the relationship. If you are just dating, pregnancy should not be a topic of discussion. Take time in getting to know him, and what his plans are for the future, and then decide if the timing and resources for having a baby are right and available.

Rule #6 Tell him what you want

If you want your Jamaican man to do something, or not do something specific, you must tell him plain as day what you want. Don’t worry about him resenting you for your honesty, we Jamaicans don’t believe in that. Make sure he is facing you and looking into your eyes when you are telling him. Some Jamaican men can be a little absent-minded at times, pretending to be engaged in the conversation when they are really thinking of something else at the time. Don’t mince your words with your Jamaican King; tell him very clearly, and specifically, exactly what it is that you want.

Rule #7 Don’t Argue with him or disrespect him in front of others

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So, let’s say you are the type of woman who tends to lose her temper every now and then. Whatever you do, do not argue with your Jamaican man in front of others, and do not disrespect him in front of others either. These are two really big no nos. What would happen, you might be wondering? Just trust me, don’t do it. You don’t want to know. If you feel yourself losing your cool over something he did or something he said, go outside for a good scream and come back. That should help to alleviate some of the anger.

Rule #8 Show Respect to his family

In Jamaican Culture it is extremely important to show respect to his family when you are just getting to know him and when you enter their home. This means saying Hi and smiling politely, to his Mom and Dad, or Auntie and Uncle, whoever he is introducing you to. In doing so you are saying, I respect your Seniority, I acknowledge your presence, and I understand that I am your guest, I am happy to meet you. Always seem polite and friendly, and easy-going. If you don’t do this, they will never let you live it down, and you will be forever known as “the rude one.”

Rule #9 Don’t be too affectionate or clingy

Don’t be too affectionate or clingy with your Jamaican man around others or in public unless he initiates it. This is especially true around his family members. Showing affection to your man around his family members can be seen as disrespect. Jamaicans tend not to be so publicly affectionate, or sometimes not so privately affectionate. Many Jamaicans prefer to save affection for behind closed doors. Just something to keep in mind.

Rule #10 Always practice Safe Intimacy

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As you may already know, many Jamaican men like to have more than one woman. This is more common in Jamaica than it is Abroad. It is important when dating any man to, practice safe intimacy. Just because you are dating, doesn’t mean you are bound to have a long-term relationship. Sometimes couples break up after 3 – 4 dates. this way if he is sleeping with someone else, you will not get any unexpected “gifts”, from one of his other partners…Im just saying.

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Jamaican People & Culture

Jamaican Culture is known all around the world. The Jamaican Culture, has become “Pop Culture”, and inspires many tourists to visit the Caribbean Island of Jamaica, year after year. Jamaican Culture has many components that make up its uniqueness. The Jamaican people, Jamaican music (Reggae) and Jamaican food are at the top of the list.

More components of Jamaican culture include the influence of Rastafari, The Religion of Christianity, some deeply rooted Jamaican Values, and African Culture and Tradition. All in all Jamaica is one of the most, if not the, most popular Island of the Caribbean.

Rastafari on Jamaican Culture

Rastafari is everywhere in Jamaica. Figuratively and literally. It is unfortunate that Jamaican friends of mine tell me that Rastafari is not highly regarded in Jamaica. I believe it comes down to the individual. When I visited Jamaica in February 2012, I felt respected as a Rastafari woman, as if my presence was appreciated. So everyone has his own opinion.

Rastafari has influenced…

• Reggae Music
• Jamaican Culture
• Jamaican Tourism

What is Rastafari?

Rastafari is a spirituality. It is an inborn concept. A way of life and set of principles that surround cleanliness and a love of The Almighty. For one reason or another Jah (God) has chosen to make his presence strongly known among the Jamaican people.

Rastafari has popularized Reggae music, and Jamaica, worldwide. We know this is true because Bob Marley, who was the biggest musician out of Jamaica, and one of the biggest musicians of the world, was Rastafari.

In Jamaica you will find much Red yellow and green wall murals, clothing, Flags, Street Signs, even cars. Red for the blood Shed of the African (Black) People, green for the agriculture of the African Land, and yellow for the sunshine that falls all over the Beautiful Continent of Africa. This combination is representative of The Spiritual Way of life Ras-Tafari. Rastafari and Jamaica run synonymous. Rastafari is Jamaica, Jamaica is Rastafari.

The Influence of Christianity

Many Jamaican men and women will tell you that they grew up as Christian. Going to Church on Sunday Morning is a common thing in Jamaican Households. Many Jamaicans can recite quotes from the Christian bible. Many Jamaican people are very devout Christians. Reading the bible each morning and each night. I know this is true for me. I truly believe that I found Ras Tafari through my devotion to Christianity. Therefor Christianity and Rastafari are viewed as related by some, but still entirely different, by others. Christianity has been an instrument of self-discipline, strength and love in the homes of many Jamaican families.

Show of Respect

Many people of Jamaica are very warm and Kind. Many of us put up a tough exterior, but many of us are very sweet and kind once you get to know us. Jamaicans like to deal with each other and others in a respectful, easy going, upfront way. Respect is such a big deal in Jamaican Culture, that this word on its own is often used in Salutation and Greetings. When dealing with Jamaicans, show respect, especially towards the elders. It is expected. The next paragraph explains how.

Saying “Hi”

Saying “hi” is a big deal in Jamaican Culture. The reason? The implications of not saying hi are all negative. If a person does not say “hi” They may be seen as
· Disrespectful
· Rude
· Putting their nose in the air

The consequences can be “out of this world.” I have lived it. For your own comfort, just be sure to great each and every single Jamaican person that you pass by on the street, with a “hello”, a “good morning”, a “good evening”, or “good afternoon.” If you do this, they will think of you in a bright beautiful light of love and kindness. If you don’t do this, you have just screwed yourself harder than you can imagine.

Keep Clean

Jamaicans are some of the cleanest people. Many Jamaicans shower daily, but some shower 2 times daily. When I am in Jamaica, I tend to shower twice daily, as well, just because it gets so hot.

· When it comes to cleanliness, Jamaicans take pride in…
· A clean and organized home and yard
· Proper and Regular Hygiene for the and body
· Clean and wrinkle free (ironed) clothes
· Clean home

I have met many Jamaican people whose homes smelled like cleaning supplies, so much so to the point where, they could be out away from their home, and they would have the scent of household cleaning products on their clothes.

Proper hygiene

Proper and regular hygiene habits are of the utmost importance if you want to get along with Jamaican people, especially your Jamaican man’s Mother. This means…

· Showering daily (and hand washing your underwear in the shower)
· Brushing your teeth after each meal, maintaining fresh breath, so as not to be offensive
· Changing your bed sheets once a week

Please wash your panty!

If you are a woman who does not hand wash her underwear by hand while she is in the shower, and then hang it up to dry for everybody else within the household to see it, once they have entered the bathroom, you may be called “nasty.” Jamaicans have the mindset that a woman’s underwear is a very personal undergarment, which is full of sweat and vaginal fluids. Many of us feel that such an item must not be left sitting to “simmer” for any length of time, and that not washing your underwear the same time you take it off is just “laziness” and “nastiness” on the woman’s part. Please wash your panty the minute you take it off. It sounds silly but Jamaicans take this very seriously.

Make sure your clothes are clean

Wearing clean clothes is a very important part of Jamaican culture. It sounds silly that I mention it right. Well, Jamaicans take this very seriously. The way they handle a person who they feel is not wearing clean clothes is not to tell the person themselves, but to gossip about the person behind their back instead. So, it is very important when dating a Jamaican man, to wear clean clothes. If all your clothes are dirty, and the one item you have left that’s clean is your ugliest outfit from the 80s that you use to wear to go clubbing… put it on! Do not put on the dirty one.

Space and Privacy

cropped-jamaica.pngIn Jamaican Culture it is very important to give all family members, their own space and privacy. Sometimes a person needs time to think or to clear the mind. Nobody wants somebody nagging them when they need some time alone, especially a Jamaican man. A Jamaican man needs time alone from his woman to do the things that he feels he needs to do at that time. Respect his space and for goodness sakes respect his privacy too. This means don’t go sneaking through his stuff behind his back. We Jamaicans don’t appreciate that type of behavior at all.