Do women need aggression to survive in the Jamaican society
Do women need aggression to survive in the Jamaican society?
ANSWER: by Wellesley Gayle December 08, 2009
This a a very broad question with multiple possible interpretations.
For example, what do you mean by "survive"? Or "aggression"? Or even "society"?
Generally though I think, the answer is yes - to some extent, but I don't think it is unique to Jamaica.
People who get ahead almost always has to take an aggressive approach setting their goals, implementing it and following through, the same is true for Jamaican women.
Times have changed a lot relative to what we have learned about the past - even the recent past. We all have to take a more active approach in our lives in order to achieve or objectives.
Read more in facts about Jamaica and Jamaica's culture.
I hope that helps. I welcome other views from my fellow Jamaicans though.
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