Re: Monogamy and Rastas
Posted By: selassielive In Response To: Re: Monogamy and Rastas (queensuzie)
Date: Tuesday, 20 December 2005, at 1:09 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Monogamy and Rastas (queensuzie)
This is one problem I have with Rastafari livity, or should I say, some peoples Iception of Rastafari livity.
This is why there are far and few sistren in the livity compared to men.
In I opinion, you are being controlled by your man.
What makes his behavior any different from the Arab men who oppress their women in the middle east?
Some Rases play their women like fools.
They get with other women all in the name of "enlightening" them as if women are dumb and have no spiritual Innection with the Most High.
In these times, polygamy is all about the man being able to sex up multiple women without having to face repercussions.
If this was a few centuries earlier, then I can see how polygamy many be a benefit.
But now, it is a sham, especially in the west.
Do you allow your man to tell you when and where you can go out because you think he is supposed to?
To each his and her own but to Iman, Rastafari unions should be a companionship and not a dictatorship.
These are serious times.
Cant sleep around without regard.
I would hate for ya kingman to bring something home with him, if you know what I mean.
The black woman is the first god(dess) that man knows..she guides, protects, teaches, nurtures and nourishes.
The black woman deserves raspect and needs to start demanding raspect!
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