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ladywell

ladywell

Did not think Oktoberfest in Trinidad would be such a cool lime ! www.newsday.co.tt/features/…

Music from a house fete filled the neighborhood recently.   To my horror a most disgusting song came on, it's hateful lyrics blasted across to my house making me angry.  What is the song? Why the anger?  The song was  "Kicke Een she back door" by Burning Flames. The lyrics essentially say, if a woman does not let you in her house, use violence to break down her back door.  This is a horrible poorly disguised euphemism for a violent physical act against a woman who does not want to partake in a sexual act.   Really? Is this what our...
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Growing up in Central Trinidad, meant that the sights, sounds and taste of Divali were all around. Exploding bamboo and the sounds of Indian music floating on the air were usually our first indicators that Divali time was upon us.   (There are some links below to learn more about Diwali.) We were always blessed to have wonderful friends in the area who would invite us to their homes to take part in their Divali traditions. As a child I remember the delight of helping to light deyas at a friends home, loving the tiny clay vessels and the smell of the...
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