caribny posted:Iguana posted:caribny posted:
I hope that this is no longer acceptable but growing up in Guyana in the 70s I remember hearing some women say "if he don' beat me dat mean he don' love me". So both genders were enabling domestic abuse.
Again - our culture. It was even captured in a song by Sparrow
black up dey eye,
bruise up deh knee,
den dey love you eternally
Generations raised on this mindset. The chickens have come home to roost.
And I remember as a little kid singing that loudly, not knowing the significance of it.
Same here. All these kicking dust at house party.