Allegedly homosexual Jamaicans have and continue to reach the highest levels of the Jamaican society.
UWI lecturer Karen Carpenter indicates that Jamaicans are not homophobic, i.e neurotic as it relates to homosexuality but rather are homo-negative. They think that homosexual behaviour is unhealthy and immoral.
UTech is to start a tolerance and diversity training programme.
Is UTech asking its students to be tolerant of homosexual behaviour ?
Also known as anilingus.
- on the left side (wants to rim)
- on the right side (wants to be rimmed)
What is rimming?
Rimming is exploring someone’s arse with your tongue, including licking the arse hole and maybe pushing the tongue inside. A ‘rimming stool’ is a specially made chair that lets someone sit with their bare arse accessible to the rimmer, who lies underneath the seat.
What’s the attraction?
As a warm-up for fucking, rimming can relax or tease the arse hole, getting it used to being probed before it takes a finger or cock.
With lots of nerve endings in the arse hole, being rimmed is a treat for many and rimming can be a signal of intense closeness. Part of the thrill is breaking the taboo we’re brought up with that says the arse is dirty and shouldn’t be played with, let alone licked. Rimming, and the breaking of such strong taboos, plays with the power dynamics of degradation and submission: “kiss my arse” is a powerful way of calling for someone’s humiliation.
Although some men prefer a freshly washed arse to rim, others find the taste and smell of a sweaty arse crack adds to the thrill.
What is felching?
Felching is sucking (usually your own) cum out of someone’s arse, possibly with a straw. It may then include passing the spunk from mouth to mouth.
What’s the attraction?
Many of us are drawn towards tasting or swallowing cum (our own or others). It can mean taking into the body something seen as valued and potent.
Felching can also signify the end of the sex act. This meaning is even stronger if the cum’s been inside the other man as it’s a strong sign of two men joining together in a very intimate, ‘no limits’ way.
A strong, ‘piggy’ erotic charge comes from breaking the taboos around cleanliness and health that come with taking into your mouth something that’s been up another man’s arse.
From: UTech Broadcaster
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2013 12:04 PM
Subject: UTech launches Respect and Tolerance InitiativeUTech launches Respect and Tolerance InitiativeHer Excellency Ambassador Paola Amadei (left), Head, Delegation of the European Union and Prof. the Hon. Errol Mo rrison, OJ, President, UTech sign an agreement under the EU’s programme for the promotion of democracy and human rights which will partially fund the UTech Respect and Tolerance initiative. Looking on is Prof. Rosalea Hamilton, Vice President, Development and Community Service, UTech.
The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) in collaboration with the European Union (EU) on Thursday, February 7, 2013 launched a “Project to Expand the Limits of Respect and Tolerance” at its Papine campus. The Project was established following the abuse of two male students on the campus last November.
The project will be implemented across all UTech campuses and seeks to raise the visibility of issues related to respect, tolerance and diversity among university students and facul ty as well as the wider Jamaican society.
Du ring the launch ceremony, UTech’s President, Prof. the Hon. Errol Morrison, OJ and Her Excellency Ambassador Paola Amadei, Head, Delegation of the European Union signed an Agreement under the EU’s programme for the promotion of democracy and human rights which will partially fund the UTech initiative.A working group comprising UTech colleges, faculties, divisions and the student body are initiating and managing a number of special activities. The working group is being led by Prof. Rosalea Hamilton, Vice President, Development and Community Service, UTech.The set of activities planned for January to December 2013 were detailed by Dr. Ellen Campbell-Grizzle, Dean, College of Health Sciences during the launch ceremony. These include a review of student policy, sensitization sessions, focus groups, essay, poster, mural and sculpture competitions, public