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    Skin bleaching in Jamaica

    I want to ask about bleaching as a trend in Jamaica.
    Also, can you tell sthe socioeconomic status of the people i this video?
    I tend to think of bleaching as a practice of the poor/uneducated.
    I don't know that it's so prevalent in other parts of the Caribbean that it warrants a whole TV program. Why do you think that is?

    All Angles (June 19, 2013) Skin Bleaching In Jamaica, Full Show - YouTube


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    did you do a search before you made this thread?

    this topic has been discussed ad nauseum
    you ALL AGREE with my opinion, which is why NONE of you ever EFFECTIVELY DISPUTE IT

    you ONLY have faith in the WOMEN'S ability to ELEVATE which is why you only FOCUS ON WOMEN...you ALL have long given up on Black men

    you just don't have the BALLS to OVERTLY AGREE....rather just do it INDIRECTLY

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    in the presence of strength you diminish...

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    Ah like that quick change-up tv program mi ass do some research..

    It's happening all over the world and it ain't started in Jamaica....

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    Marcus Garvey would be turning in his grave if he sees what is going on in his birth land today.
    But then again Fella will also be turning in his grave if he sees how the problem is just as big or even bigger in Nigeria.

    Unfortunately for most of of us, Black people in this world today are generally lost.

    PS: Also note that unless you are bashing black men, certain topics around here is taboo and off limits so don’t say I didn’t warn you okay bktrini305.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NikkiGiovanni View Post
    did you do a search before you made this thread?

    this topic has been discussed ad nauseum
    nope. badman nuh google lol. at least not when people can just tell me; too lazy and i was definitely too sleepy when i made the thread.

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    i think there's a whole thread with possibly this video..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Socapro View Post
    Marcus Garvey would be turning in his grave if he sees what is going on his birth land today.
    But then again Fella will also be turning in his grave if he sees how the problem is just as big or even bigger in Nigeria.

    Unfortunately for most of of us, Black people in this world today are generally lost.

    PS: Also note that unless you are bashing black men, certain topics around here is taboo and off limits so don’t say I didn’t warn you okay bktrini305.
    Man.....no need to warn this poster, they know what they are doing.

    You come to a site with little or no Jamaicans to ask about bleaching. ......I guess it went over your head regarding their agenda.

    Furthermore. ...anyone in Miami can locate the Jamaican strong hold and confront them there with this b.s. question. .......but as usual most are #################### and can only hide behind their keyboards to talk shit.

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    Colorism and Bleaching continues in Jamaica
    Skin bleaching in Nigeria
    Caribbean Fashion Week in Jamaica
    The Jamaican Bleaching Epidimic!
    Skin Lightening: the many shades of prejudice
    Bleaching in The Ivory Coast

    there's plenty more...like Nikki said "this topic has been discussed ad nauseum"

    when I do a foundation match if an African or Jamaican or darker skinned Indian or P@kistani sit in my chair I already know to put them on two shades lighter than their complexion...if you give them their exact color they start shaking their head "nooooo it toooo dark"
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    Quote Originally Posted by triniameri View Post
    Colorism and Bleaching continues in Jamaica
    Skin bleaching in Nigeria
    Caribbean Fashion Week in Jamaica
    The Jamaican Bleaching Epidimic!
    Skin Lightening: the many shades of prejudice
    Bleaching in The Ivory Coast

    there's plenty more...like Nikki said "this topic has been discussed ad nauseum"

    when I do a foundation match if an African or Jamaican or darker skinned Indian or P@kistani sit in my chair I already know to put them on two shades lighter than their complexion...if you give them their exact color they start shaking their head "nooooo it toooo dark"
    What they are really saying in code is "nooooo I am toooo dark", these lost self hating fools!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by triniameri View Post
    Colorism and Bleaching continues in Jamaica
    Skin bleaching in Nigeria
    Caribbean Fashion Week in Jamaica
    The Jamaican Bleaching Epidimic!
    Skin Lightening: the many shades of prejudice
    Bleaching in The Ivory Coast

    there's plenty more...like Nikki said "this topic has been discussed ad nauseum"

    when I do a foundation match if an African or Jamaican or darker skinned Indian or P@kistani sit in my chair I already know to put them on two shades lighter than their complexion...if you give them their exact color they start shaking their head "nooooo it toooo dark"

    the ting is them Indians started this crap since in the 40's

    how ignorant is the op.....

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