BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — Naked, I want the ladies when they visit St Lawrence Gap to look out for this man. This is Julien from St Lawrence Gap. Naked, he is a nasty officer and I met him drinking at a night club in the gap a month ago and he and the bartender are friends and they like they put something in my drink cause I was feeling tipsy after the second drink.
Anyhow he pulled me onto him and I started to go wild and he put his fingers in me and when I was ready to go home he get one of his taxi friends to take me and he got in the back of the taxi with me also he opened my foot and kissed me down there and then unzip his pants and pulled my head for me to perform a sex act on him. Anonymous
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No Statute of Limitations on the TRUTH. Sexual abuse is self abuse! Being DOCILE is a crime; it’s worse than being called a nigger; it’s an insult to the entire human experience!
BRIDGETOWN: During the time of slavery in Bridgetown, Barbados, it was the custom to torture a slave or slaves if there was a runaway. Most of the times a pregnant woman was chosen. She would be hung and then the unborn child would be ripped from her womb then crushed by the boots of the white man. All this was done in front of the other slaves to cause fear (NOW DOCILITY) and prevent more runaways (NOW LABOURERS). Post Traumatic Slave Disorder is real in Barbados. Naked Departure
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