DISCLAIMER! The word sex will be used a number of times in this article. If you are uncomfortable by its use then I do recommend that you read all the way to the end as it may change your perspective. Now that we have gotten that out-of-the-way let’s talk about sex! Sex is a powerful […]… Continue reading LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX! — Truth Or Dare: The Ramblings of A live Wire
According to the Guyana Police Force statistics for the month of July 2016, there has been a 17% decrease in reported rapes from January to July 2016 compared to the same time period last year (243 in 2015 to 201 in 2016). While this can be looked at in a positive light I still believe we have… Continue reading THE GUYANA I WANT| Says No to Sexual Violence!
It has been a while since I have put pen to paper, fingers to keyboard, or even express my thoughts about anything Guyanese in a blog. I guess a plausible reason for my hiatus from blogging was due to my new job, to me migrating, or maybe it was just me being overwhelmed by the… Continue reading THE GUYANA I WANT| Is Anti-bullying
Four years ago I was elated after viewing the trailer for the then, new DC Comic TV Series, called Arrow. I guess it was because I was extremely enthused to see how CW will deliver on their franchise of the Green Arrow. Consequently, after watching the first episode I was immediately hooked and now three… Continue reading IT’S A MAN’S WORLD!
As the clock strikes 00:00 on January 1st 2016, many of us will usher in the new year by enacting some of our resolutions. Things we plan to change about ourselves. Sadly, this practice is often times a feeble attempt by many to be better versions of themselves, a task many never complete.
So there I was at the National Round-table conference on social cohesion on Thursday and during an informal conversation (which I had no business listening to but was listening to anyway) one of the speakers brought up the issue of Guyanese having a dream that speaks to their “Guyanese-ness” – essentially she was referring to… Continue reading The Guyanese dream
Over the past week Guyana’s media corps – well some of it – has been fuming over reports that the Prime Minister’s Office will overlook the daily headlines of the Guyana Chronicle – a claim which has been sternly denied by the Office of the Prime Minister. This of course, according to the report will… Continue reading Muzzled Media and Backtracking