Male Prostitute Poses as Female Shocks Sex Buyer, Another Senseless Student Kills Another over Bullshit, Hilarious-Ity & Fancy Show Pokes Fun @ Portia (Video)

Another senseless murder in Jamaica’s schools, in this news report a student from Marcus Garvey High  stabbed and killed A student from Ferncourt High.

This has become such a common occurrence I don’t know why I am even blogging about it. I guess it’s just sad to see things like these happening all the time. I heard some people asking the question whether the parents should be held accountable for their children’s action.

To some degree yes, but in other cases no. It’s a very thin line. After all some parents might beg and plead and do everything possible to make sure their children does not end up on the fringe of society but the task must be daunting especially in an environment that is pulling in the opposite direction of good values.

I guess we should just accept the fact that Jamaica is a murderous blood loving place. We can all carrying on with our lives not really caring anymore because we believe there is nothing we can do, the bloody gore is no where near us- yet?

What is to be made of one child stabbing the other to the point of death?. What was the dispute about? did it really warrant such drastic action?

Then again we have all seen on TV and on youtube how a rasta man maliciously chopped a taxi driver repeatedly for a measly $20 change or was it $20 for loading the car with passengers. (it was interesting to see the newscaster several nights later making a 5 min public apology for showing the gross video, it was ordered by the broadcasting commission.

HeeHee

I guess some people found the video offensive and complained. I heard about it and watched it on youtube. I think I remember the front part of a parked car blocking the actual chops inflicted upon the poor taxi driver who was on the ground. I don’t remember seeing any blood but it was still kind of horrifying.

Anyway I am rambling about something totally unrelated to what this post is about.

What is going on? Why we are so angry, so short tempered. I think it might be our general situation. Life is full of challenges, financial, personal relationships wise, the whole paradise can seem like hell and even if you are “Okay” relative to others you can not escape the harsh realities of our national dilemma, what affect other people. We also have a general culture to kill plain and simple.

There was man in Montego Bay who stabbed his girlfriend repeatedly then drown himself after finding out she has been cheating on him and gave him AIDS.

***blogger,sigh-shaking his head

That’s a hard, hard pill to swallow. Just imagine the shock, the anger, the rage. Then to know she has been hiding it from him for years and knowingly infected him and maybe others. The deception and betrayal is beyond computation.

Oh my god.

Question is where is the justice in that. What were his other course of action could such a person have taken in a situation like that? He saw just one way out sadly. The truth is that there are no real systems in place to address this in a precise and fair manner.

Do you see a justice system, counseling system or other wise?

There have been at least two other similar murder-suicides in the last week or so of a men killing his wife/spouse then killing himself. One man in St Mary killed his girlfriend after she broke it off and went to stay with her mother. He followed her killed her, he also murdered his girlfriend’s mother and father then committed suicide. In the news cast last night another man killed his ex-girlfriend at her place of employment then killed himself.

Talk about “can’t live without you” or “till death do us part”

Jamaicans, or Jamaican men, or men, or people in general in Jamaica don’t believe in talking about their problems, maybe that was too broad a statement. We all know what our issues are as it relates to crime whether domestic, gangs, political or otherwise, but its either too complex a task for government, the community or otherwise to solve. A part from being scared out of our wits if it doesn’t affect you directly why should you care.

Here I was talking about the Ferncourt – Marcus Garvey High stabbing and I peered off about a bunch of other issues. In more ways than one it’s all related. Truth is it feels like no one is in charge so everyone will take matters into their own hands. Maybe whoever is in charge don’t really care or don’t know what to do.

There are a few questions that I would like to ask. The safe school initiative is not working obviously and no system is perfect, so how can it be tweaked to really save lives in school? What was the conflict about? The last couple of killings, fights I heard about it was about cellphones, girl or just a simple t-square. What other avenues were available to resolve the disputes at school. What could have the parent do to prevent this from happening? Who intervene to stop school fights?

Male Prostitute Poses as Female Shocks Sex Buyer

There is never a dull day in Jamaica. I scarcely get a chance to see the news on television (yes sometimes I go under the rock involuntarily) I have been the dummy in various discussions about local events so I decided to watch news at 10 on TVJ to get up to speed a little. The TV was mute as I was talking on the phone but the images showed an individual in short jeans and silver high heels shoes walking around. Curious I  unmutted the television- it turn out that this was a man posing as a woman.

I have to say I was fooled in the first instance jist looking  at the images. If you were to watch this video muted without any graphics displaying what the story was about would you think this person is a man or a woman?

If you watch video close enough you might notice that although the individual dresses like a female, walk like a female and sit like a female she really is a man.

Some how what I just said doesn’t sound right. I can see how the alleged sex buyer might have been fooled. On closer examination however the softer feminine features of a woman are absent and the masculine features are clearly present-What we in Jamaica might say the “toughness” shows. There is no universal physical truth about how a person might look in terms of their sex especially with the recent saga with that athlete from South Africa. This is different; it’s just a man trying to look like a woman. He is prostituting in the streets of May Pen picking up men.

The male cross desser prostitute is posing as a woman was picked up by the sex buyer. Imagine the surprise and shock when the alleged sex buyer-why am I saying “alleged sex buyer”.

Anyway the buyer found out this girl had a penis in stead of the usual vagina-don’t laugh. According to the news report there was an apparent struggle-fight in the car and the police intervened. They were taken to the May Pen police station but I didn’t hear of any one being charged for anything but I have to say this was hilarious.

There were no pictures of the sex buyer in the report and they censored the face of the cross dresser male-female prostitute. The reporter didn’t even seem to have attempted to interview the prostitute who pranced about the police station as if on fashion week but instead the camera-person was just mostly taping the lower body of the prostitute. She/he was obviously strutting for the camera that was present.

There are always unanswered questions in theses reports.

Why would someone do something so bold  knowing how many Jamaicans feel about this behavior? Is it economic, fantasy or he is just a homosexual, is it regular practice for this to happen and it don’t make the news? Maybe men in the dark of night do engage in these arrangements in this exact kind of senario, Is the story even true, maybe the sex buyer knew what he was getting into and there was a conflict about money or something else? Prostitution is a crime, homosexuality is a crime in Jamaica whether you agree with it or not. Was it really necessary for this to be the leading story for news @ 10?.

Talk about not getting what you paid for. Imagine ordering chicken and getting FISH, buyer beware indeed, classic bait and switch.

The boldness of cross dressing

With all the challenges of life on the rock  it is refreshing for programs like The Ity & Fancy Show. I have been hearing about this show a lot and still have not gotten a chance to watch a full episode. I catch a little part this past Friday when they were making fun of the who Gaza-Gully situation, Yes laughter is good. Here they use the debates from the last general election with then Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller-Enjoy.

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~ by RB on October 24, 2009.

7 Responses to “Male Prostitute Poses as Female Shocks Sex Buyer, Another Senseless Student Kills Another over Bullshit, Hilarious-Ity & Fancy Show Pokes Fun @ Portia (Video)”

  1. I totally love the Ity and Fancy Cat video here but someone should have played Portia’s part instead of playing the recording. But it was funny nonetheless.

    The cross dresser story is just something else.

    Violence in Jamaican schools
    This was something waiting to happen. How can you expect a violent country to practice the horrendous acts they commit and the young kids don’t act on it. Jamaica is gonna become a violent place with the children taking over the harsh acts on each other. It is a pity and I hope the powers that be will take action. Please, the education minister cannot do a thing….he’s crap.

  2. RB, I think it was the Marcus Garvy High student that/who killed the Ferncourt High student, as oppose to the Ferncourt student committing the homocide against the Marcus Garvey student.Nuff respect!!

  3. Corve glad you enjoyed the video-Ity and Fancy is a kind of show we actually need in Jamaica. We need to laugh more. When are they going to do the part for our current PM.

    ESTEBAN-Thank you for that correction. I changed it. Long time no see. How is everything.

  4. RB, Bwoy mi inna di struggle. Mi a tri fi survive. Nuff respect, Star !!

  5. Nuff respect Esteban,keep the fight on

  6. The violence in our schools, like the violence in our wider society, is on the increase… children live what they learn… and the learn from what the hear and see.

    That cross dresser took the cake, lol!

  7. Very Informative and nice site for pumps shoes.. Good Job

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