8 responses

  1. Howie
    October 14, 2009

    http://www.snapvine.com/bp/XCOAurjAEd6twQAwSFxytA
    The PM’s clip

    I guess we don’t exist if the presnt JLP administration has its way.

    http://www.snapvine.com/bp/exu38rjkEd6GMAAwSFxx0g
    my ranting on the issue

    Feedback please

    http://gayjamaicawatch.blogspot.com/

  2. Jim
    October 14, 2009

    I feel the same way about Jamaica as I do about Uganda. I’d boycott Jamaica, but they don’t make any product I’d buy.

  3. V L Sceugga
    October 14, 2009

    Dear Homophobes

    We will never spend our money on your islamd.

  4. Duncan
    October 15, 2009

    That is “rein”, as in the bridle of a horse, not “reign”, which is the noun and verb of the reach of a government.
    It’s one of those mistakes that always annoy me. Sorry.

  5. Timothy Kincaid
    October 16, 2009

    Duncan,

    Yep. Corrected. Thanks

  6. Brina
    November 14, 2009

    This is just outlandish! You cannot simply say that just because some aspect of the Jamaican culture is against homosexualtiy, that it is an unsafe place to live. There a vicious acts carried out all over in the world but that does not make a place unsafe. In this time no one place is safer than the other. Do not be quick to come to a conclusion about a country based on mere principles, not even shared by everyone there.

  7. Timothy Kincaid
    November 15, 2009

    Sorry, Brina, but you are wrong.

    Some places are more violent than others. Some places have cultures of death and hatred. Some places have leaders in their government, church, popular music, and community that call for the murder of gay people and other places do not.

    The sad fact is that Jamaica has a culture of hatred and murder towards gay people. And that hatred and violence filters over to those whom they might suspect are gay, those who are supportive of gays, and pretty much anyone else they decide to hate and murder.

    It is an unsafe place to live. You are lying to yourself.

    Rather than defend the culture of hatred and violence, why don’t you do something to change it?

  8. dominique
    March 8, 2010

    no gay thing round here….

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