You may receive more emails as women come to grips with their personal relationships. All some women need is education and awareness. Our culture really did not equip most of them to deal with this much less identify it in their own lives. Some women are already questioning their relationships and there will always be some who are in denial.
The historical homophobic attitude of many Jamaicans has helped deceptive gay and bisexual men to fly under the radar for far too long. We need someone in Jamaica who is passionate and unafraid to step up to start something so these women can benefit. If you know anyone please have them contact me. I am ready to assist in whatever way I can. We need to have people get direct access to the website so they can begin their own education and awareness, even in secret like the secret gay men are doing through J-Flag.
I build websites so if needed I can build one to facilitate a 'Jamaican Straight Spouse Support Group and Outreach' as a sister to South Florida Connects, Inc. That way Jamaican women can have access to all the relevant info that our immigrant sisters have access to here. We have been working with the immigrants here but more needs to be done on the Jamaican front.
We need some women who have experience with this phenomenon to step forward to help those who are struggling with the shame and misunderstanding that this brings to the lives of the women affected by it.
Do you remember how strong, positive Jamaican women who are survivors of domestic violence and abuse, helped to break those barriers down and removed the stigma that kept people quiet in suffering, afraid to seek help? This is what I am doing here in Florida for straight spouses, so we want to do that in Jamaica too.
Kindness Ambassador Blessings to You;