With pleasure, I present to you ‘Dating a Jamaican Man, 10 things American women need to know.’ Jamaican men and foreign women Jamaican men have a natural ability to meet and allure foreign women.
They are very good at telling women what they want to hear, and they further capture a woman’s heart with their love-making skills.
The definition of a sex tourist is an adult who travels in order to have legal consensual sexual relations with another adult, often for the exchange of money or presents.
We still assume that a sex tourist will be male - indeed many regard the relationship between beach boy and female tourist as harmless fun.
For the first time in years, she truly believes she is desirable. The woman is white, in her late 50s; the man, black, 18 - and paid for his attentions.
The scene - from the controversial new French film, Heading South, which opened this weekend, starring Charlotte Rampling, makes us confront uncomfortable truths about sexuality in a globalised world, and the legacy of colonialism.
Many foreign women who visit Jamaica, or who meet a Jamaican man in America, often fall head over heals in love with the Jamaican man, his sexy ways, and his culture, very quickly and very easily. I cannot say ‘all Jamaican men treat all women in “such and such a manner” because that wouldn’t be accurate.
However I can give you the break down of factors that can affect how a Jamaican treats a woman. Does he see her as being better than him in some way?
To a Jamaican man, doing a good Job in the bedroom, means taking the dominant role – Nothing more, nothing less.
I wanted to create a concise and honest e-book that would address their most important questions and concerns.
My hope is that women will feel that they have just had a window into the heart of the Jamaican man after reading this e-book.
In the film, an intelligent, provocative take on sex tourism in the late-1970s, Rampling plays Ellen, an American professor, who spends every summer at a private resort in Haiti, where beautiful, muscled black boys are available to the female clientele, mostly affluent single women in their forties, who despair of finding mates through more conventional means.
"More than sex, they are seeking a tenderness that the world is refusing them," the film's director, Laurence Cantet, explains.