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Caribbean Entertainment – Opposition To Buju T&T Concert Comes Amid Ruling On Gay Sex

By NAN ET Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. 20, 2018: On the heels of the historic ruling that gave the ok to gay sex in Trinidad & Tobago, LGBT activists says they will now turn their attention to protesting the 2019 performance of reggae star Buju Banton there.

The jailed singer, who is set to be released in December this year, has been slated to give his first performance in T&T in April of 2019. However, on social media and locally, some LGBT activists are saying that the community in T&T is strongly objecting to the planned concert because of who the artist is and what he thinks he represents.

“There is no place for hate in Trinidad and no place for hatred in music. So I was somewhat disturbed by the announcement that Buju Banton will perform here next year,…

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This African country gives sex workers identification cards, here’s why

Many female sex workers in sub-Saharan Africa face discrimination, violence, and marginalization in the course of work.

With poor healthcare and anti-prostitution laws, many of these sex workers often risk contracting several sexually transmitted diseases including the deadly HIV/AIDS.

But in Senegal, the government has come up with distinctive ways to regulate the activities of sex workers to curtail such challenges.

According to a report by news site The Economist, the government gives these women identification cards to confirm them as sex workers and to enable them to have access to free healthcare, condoms, and education.

Under the country’s laws, a woman has the right to work in the sex trade if she is over 21.

She has to undergo mandatory health check-ups every month to ensure that…

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These African countries allow consensual sex with girls under 16

Late March, southern African country, Botswana, initiated a bill to raise the country’s age of consent from 16 to 18 years. The government said it put the bill to the legislature to address rising defilement and rape in the nation.

So for other African countries facing a similar issue, could low age of consent be to blame?

The age of consent varies around the world, including in Europe where Denmark and Austria’s age of consent is 14, France and Greece’s is 15, and Norway and Netherlands’ is 16.

The international community has not set a universal age of consent, only advising that the Convention on the Rights of the Child says that children have the right to be protected from all forms of sexual abuse and exploitation.

Below is a list of African countries with ages of consent below…

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Caribbean News – From Sex Worker To MP?

Natalie Nicole Shadica Harewood , a now former prostitute, wants to be a MP in Barbados. (Facebook image)


News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Mar. 23, 2018: A prostitute in the Caribbean island of Barbados says she is quitting the ‘game’ for politics.

Natalie Nicole Shadica Harewood announced on social media that she decided to give up her profession as a prostitute on the island to run for a seat in the Barbados Parliament.

On a flyer posted on her Facebook page, which still contains explicit photos of Harewood strutting her stuff, the candidate for MP states as her mission: “I want to help people, especially the poor and I’m not coming to be fake I’m coming real. Vote for Natalie Harewood City of Bridgetown.”

While no election data has been announced by Prime…

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Afrakan Child Scolds Society On Pedophilia


Child Scolds Us On Pedophilia

This child is refreshing to watch. She is smart, confident, and bold. Commendations must be given to her parents for encouraging her pursuit of wisdom at such an early age.

She hits all the points that pertain to the subject, specifically the main argument often given by Pedophiles that it’s a cultural tradition. She speaks for all women and girls who are fed up by letting men know that morality must trump tradition.

We know that although Pedophilia is universally outlawed, it still exists in most if not all countries. It is either practiced in secret as rape and abuse or as cultural and religious tradition. The main argument for Pedophilia in many parts of Afraka is that child marriage is a tradition.

We know that it is of critical importance to maintain our traditions, especially in this age of increasing exposure to foreign culture. We have become so easily manipulated by music, fashion, and movies that some of are even adapting the psychology of other races too.

Even so, Afrakans cannot maintain the excuse that sex between an adult and a child is an ethical practice once it is within the confines of a marriage. Girls need time to develop physically and hormonally so that they can become independently productive members of society.

Gone are the days when women were expected to stay in the home while their husbands went out to work to provide for the family. The male dominant conditions that produced dependent females are no longer present therefore; the need for child marriage is no longer relevant.

We have heard the argument about independent women being the downfall of society and we are not amused. That is also the excuse being used by unconscious people who rely on religion and culture to function.

If the unconscious among us had their way humanity would still by living in the Middle Ages. Women would still be blamed for enticing the desires of men and men would be still be trying to fulfill their desires by having sex with children.

We must fight the desires of life by heading to the moral advices, which are being generated by the Spiritual essence of the universe within us. Only then will a child not be able to reprimand our conscience.

Understanding Sexual Abuse


Women are saying they’re not surprised at the scope of the sexual abuse allegations being lobbied against numerous high profile celebrities. Women also say it’s about time as most men in positions of power act no different. These are troubling times but in order to understand the prevalence of sexual abuse in society we first need to Understand Life and its key mechanism; Desire.

Sexual abuse is much more than men acting badly. It’s also not a transgression that is perpetrated exclusively by men. Sexual abuse has to do with nature and the human ability and/or willingness to manage it. In other words, people who abuse others sexually are acting on their natural sexual inclinations; they just don’t care about the ethics of their actions.

Nature is Life and Life functions by mechanisms. The key Life mechanism in humans is Desire. Desire has too parts, the craving and the reward. Our cravings are our Triggers and our rewards are our Hormones that facilitate sensations of pleasure. Two common reward hormones are Dopamine and Serotonin. Important to know is that too much of anything will make you an addict, naturally and artificially.

A trigger ingredient in a substance is what causes artificial addiction. For example, the natural Trigger in Marijuana it THC. Once THC enters the Brain it triggers brain neurotransmitters to release Dopamine creating a sense of pleasure and euphoria. Addiction occurs when the neurotransmitters get damaged from too much triggering. They get stuck into calling for more THC until they are fulfilled over and over.

Natural addiction occurs when we become obsessed with a natural instinct such beauty or sex. In Sex addiction the trigger is the physical sensation of (touch), which released the pleasure hormone. Therefore we (desire) to experience the feeling over and over in an obsessive manner. So, if sex is natural how does it result in aggressive and abusive behavior? The problem is the result of a deficiency of Conscience.

Conscience is a mind force that is developed by consciously practicing three things in daily life; fairness, equity, and accountability. As one’s conscience develops so does one’s self discipline, willpower, ethics, and moral fortitude. The result is that when the natural inclinations of nature arise within us, we will have several tools to manage it.

People who engage in sexual abuse have weak consciences. They do not have enough self-discipline to control their sexual desires but they somehow manage by the fear of the consequences of the laws of society. However, in positions of power they become narcissistic and will take advantage of the vulnerabilities of their victims. They know that their victims will either fear the consequence of speaking out or will reluctantly trade sexual favor for personal gain.

Are you in a sexually abusive situation or have you been sexually abused in the past? Now that you understand the essence of sexual abuse it’s time to speak out. Summon up your courage and join the throngs of people who are saying “no” to sexual abuse. Speaking out will serve to raise the level of consciousness pertaining to all other unethical aspects of life on a whole.