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Re: Too Sexy for The Classroom?
« Reply #150 on: March 12, 2015, 10:31:22 PM »
lord fadda...them lil boys ent learning a ting ;D
Not just the lil boys, the bog boys too!  :P
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Man Rapes Cow in India
« Reply #151 on: March 13, 2015, 01:45:38 PM »
India: Man has Sex with Injured Cow Using Coconut Oil as Lubricant

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/india-rape-animal-sex-cow-blue-cross-510141

An Indian man has been arrested for having sex with an injured cow using coconut oil as lubricant, IBTimes UK understands.

Muthu, aged between 50 and 55, was seen with the animal, which was lying injured on a railway track in southern India. The incident took place in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Speaking to IBTimes UK, local police officer Jayavelu confirmed Muthu, who goes by only one name, has been arrested under the unnatural sexual offence act.

Muthu has confessed to the crime and is in police custody.

The episode was seen by representatives of Blue Cross of India (BCI), an NGO working for animal welfare.

Officials at the BCI received a complaint about the injured mammal and approached the scene. Its volunteers were initially confused when they saw Muthu alongside the cow.

Dawn Williams of the BCI told IBTimes UK: "We were initially unsure of what the man was doing to the cow. When we went further and took a closer look, we realised this man was inserting his penis into cow's vagina. There was a bottle of coconut oil kept beside him, which he used as a lubricant."

Williams said the offender attempted to flee the scene and was apprehended by the volunteers. Later, Muthu is said to have asked to be pardoned for the act.

The cow was sent for medical examination and the veterinary hospital has confirmed the animal had been abused. The animal later died in the hospital due to injuries caused in the accident.

The cow is generally considered holy in India and is worshipped in several parts of the country.



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Re: Man Rapes Cow in India
« Reply #152 on: March 13, 2015, 02:34:06 PM »
Could have been consensual.  Anybody ask the cow?

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Re: Man Rapes Cow in India
« Reply #153 on: March 13, 2015, 05:15:31 PM »
Aren't cows not meant to be sacred in most parts of India?  ???
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Re: Man Rapes Cow in India
« Reply #154 on: March 13, 2015, 05:50:48 PM »
Look the man take a sacred "bull" lol wait until he get a whole clap of " mad cow disease" worse yet what if he pregnant the cow lol
But people we have all kinda important threads pertaining to the bs in TnT and we go start this?
What about Politics Rhetoris and propaganda
What about corruption in TnT
What about being rich in TNT?

Like come nah people leh we keep the big issues at the forefront
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T&T's sexual exploitation of the Latin Americans
« Reply #156 on: October 08, 2016, 01:40:30 AM »
T&T's sexual exploitation of the Latin Americans
By Michelle Loubon (Express).


...Venezuelan, Colombia, Dominican Republic among the human trafficking countries

Venezuela, Colombia and Dominican Republic are three of the six major countries from which people are trafficked to Trinidad and Tobago.

Alana Wheeler, Director Counter Human Trafficking Unit, Ministry of National Security, shared this information at the 37th Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference at Hilton Trinidad, St Ann's yesterday.

Wheeler also said it was important to apply the four Ps-Prevention, Protection, Prosecution and Partnerships in the fight against human trafficking. Among those present were President Crime Stoppers International Alexander MacDonald and Deputy Director, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNOC) Gillian Murray. The theme was Anonymous Reporting In The Digital Age.

Wheeler spoke during sesssion six which looked at the work of various organisations and discussed areas of collaboration in order to achieve greater impact with regard to reduction of human trafficking. She also said it was important not to “lump Trinidad and Tobago with the rest of Latin America, and, to consider its subtle cultural differences.” Wheeler identified Icacos, Cedros, as one of the main ports of entry.

The audience was also treated to snatches of a skit “Trafficked” and a movie “Moving Parts” which aimed at sensitising people to human trafficking.

Wheeler said: “ Some of the victims are from six countries Venezuela, Colombia, Dominican Republic and the second largest group are from Guyana. We have noticed a number of Colombians are coming in. A lot of the Guyanese are in domestic servitude. We get a lot of people being trafficked from Latin America. Those from Latin America face a lot of sexual exploitation. There isn't a one size fit. It depends on the region and the cultural differences. Trinidad and Tobago's situation is quite unique to the region.”

Apply the Four Ps

Then Wheeler made reference to the four Ps-prevention, protection, prosecution and partnerships.

Wheeler said: “If you go to a brothel and you find people there illegally, you tend to charge all the women as prostitutes. Nobody is taking the time to ask the Colombian women why and how then ended up there. Not all of them are there by choice. Prosecution is not always the solution. Restoration and reintegration are necessary for the survivors. If there is not attempt at restoration they remain with the “victim mentality.”

Wheeler said it was necessary to have a spiritual intervention as part of the healing process.

“If restoration is not addressed, they could end up being the victim of another type of crime. Many communities lack resources. They do not have the resources to deal with the four Ps.”

Wheeler lauded the work of Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) who are able to reach the victims, better than law enforcement officials.

“It is important to protect the rights of the victims, their families, and their cases,” she said.

She also said there was legislation to convict corrupt police officers and sentence them to 25 years imprisonment.

Wheeler said: “It (corrupt police officers) is the “elephant in the room.” But it needs to be addressed.

Moving to the issue of partnerships, she said: “We have partnered with Venezuela, Colombia and the United Kingdom. Due to the work we have been doing, we have been able to get it sensitised. Deal with it at the source. Disrupt the supply. We have signed the MOU with Crime Stoppers.”

Wheeler said it was important to raise public awareness by targeting users of commercial sex.

She offered a word of advice to the participants. She said: “If by chance someone in the hotel offers you a “massage,” know you could be facilitating commercial sex, and, possibly encouraging human trafficking. Wheeler also said it was necessary to have public education in schools.

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Re: T&T's sexual exploitation of the Latin Americans
« Reply #157 on: October 09, 2016, 11:14:59 AM »
T&T's sexual exploitation of the Latin Americans? Nah.
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Re: T&T's sexual exploitation of the Latin Americans
« Reply #158 on: November 05, 2016, 04:02:08 PM »
Shouldn't that be, "Latin Americans sexual exploitation of the T&T"?
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Latino sex ring in T&T.
« Reply #159 on: May 07, 2018, 03:43:31 AM »
Latino sex ring in T&T.
By Rhondor Dowlat (Guardian).


Immigration officers accused of facilitating...

Police are being asked to probe a Latino prostitution ring which is allegedly being facilitated by immigration officers and a private school in South Trinidad. The officers are reportedly allowing Latino prostitutes into the country by organising student visas for them.

However, there is a twist to the story. The request for the probe is coming from the wives of businessmen who are complaining that these Latino sex workers are stealing their husbands away from them.

The T&T Guardian was told by an Immigration Division source, who requested strict anonymity, that the Latino women, who come from Venezuela, Columbia, Brazil, Peru and the Dominican Republic, pay as much as US$1,500 to acquire a student visa for a stay up to six months in the country. The women pay a further US$1,000 for any extensions of the visas and some US$2,000 for an extension of their “normal visitor” stay in T&T.

The wives of some businessmen in South Trinidad claim their husbands are spending their hard earned money, up to US$30,000 a month, to fund lifestyles of infidelity with these women.

“These Spanish women coming here and taking away our men with their nastiness and the Government and the police need to seriously send them all back,” said one woman who has been married for the past 25 years.

The woman, who wanted her name noted only as Lilly, said she noticed signs of infidelity in her marriage when funds in their bank accounts started depleting by the tens of thousands a month. She said she was told on many occasions that her husband was also seen frequenting a popular bar in south where the Latino women allegedly operate.

“I don’t know what these women have but they bringing their nasty habits and ruining our sacred marriages and blighting our beds,” the frustrated wife said.

Lilly added that in recent times her health has worsened due to increasing stress levels.

“However they are coming in and being allowed in the country, only God alone knows how, but they have to be caught and sent away for good. They are breaking up our families,” Lilly said.

Other women in similar situations even provided the T&T Guardian with photos of their spouses with the Latino women at various locations, which they say they intend to use should their marriages end as a result of these adulterous relationships.

An employee at a business located in close proximity to a privately-owned school in South Trinidad told the T&T Guardian that “young, shapely” Venezuelan women frequent the school’ compound and many high-end vehicles are also seen “stopping by to pick up these women.”

“Nobody not stupid you know. We see these girls getting into these cars, driven by well-known people in South. It’s a big prostitution ring operation and even some police and Immigration officers are involved because they are the ones being paid big money to turn blind eyes,” the employee added.

The employee also questioned whether or not private schools are registered by the Ministry of Education.

“If so, what is the ministry doing about this? How are they monitoring them? Are the owners and principals properly qualified to operate these schools, because on what basis are these schools accredited, because certificates and diplomas are being offered?”

A senior Immigration officer told the T&T Guardian that the relevant authorities have been monitoring officers’ actions over a period of time and admitted an investigation has already been launched.

“It is just a matter of time that we move in and make the necessary arrests,” the senior Immigration officer said.

Contacted yesterday on the allegations, the principal of the school expressed shock over the claims. The principal said the students enrolled there are either married to business people or are their fiancés. Other students, the principal noted, are already professionals—including engineers, attorneys and doctors—and can fun their own studies. The principal also assured that all students have to produce all necessary documents, including marriage certificates, for enrolment.

“Everything is done legally and according to T&T law,” the principal, before pointing out that based on the allegations being made, the school’s lawyers would be consulted today (Monday).

Contacted yesterday, Southern Division’s Snr Supt Zamsheed Mohammed said he could not speak as he was busy and advised the T&T Guardian to call him back later on. However, calls to his phone went unanswered thereafter.

Efforts to reach the Minister of National Security, Edmund Dillon and the Chief Immigration Officer, Charmaine Ghandi-Andrews on the issue proved futile as all messages and calls either went straight to voicemail or unanswered.

PROSTITUTION LINKED TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Venezuela’s Ministry of Health and Social Development (Ministerio de Salud y Desarrollo Social) requires that women working as sex workers in nightclubs get a free monthly health check. The check includes a gynaecological exam and a syphilis screening. HIV tests are required every six months. Sex workers are not screened for infections caused by the hepatitis B or C viruses.

The US Department of State’s 2016 Trafficking in Persons Report on T&T lists this country as a destination, transit, and source country for adults and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labour.

It said women and girls from the Dominican Republic, Guyana, Venezuela and Colombia are subjected to sex trafficking in brothels and clubs, often lured by offers of legitimate employment, with young women from Venezuela especially vulnerable. The report said new brothels continue to open across the country, particularly in the east where they are incorporated into small bars and rum shops and are difficult to detect.

“NGO and police sources note that both prostitution and trafficking are historically dependent on police corruption. Law enforcement and civil society organisations reported some police and immigration officers facilitate trafficking and some law enforcement officials exploit sex trafficking victims,” the report said.

The report recommended that T&T implement procedures to guide front-line officials in the identification and referral of potential sex and labour trafficking victims, especially among foreign women in prostitution, migrant workers, and children … further expand training and outreach to educate officials about the manifestations of trafficking in the country to aid in the effective investigation of sex and labour cases and prosecution and conviction of traffickers; raise public awareness, especially among the migrant population, about forced labour; and continue implementing the national action plan.

THE TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS ACT

The Trafficking in Persons Act of 2011 prohibits both sex trafficking and forced labour and prescribes penalties of 15 years to life imprisonment and fines. The Children Act (2012), which entered into force in May 2015, prescribes penalties of 10 years’ to life imprisonment for subjecting a child to prostitution.

These are sufficiently stringent and commensurate with penalties prescribed for other serious crimes, such as rape.

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Re: Latino sex ring in T&T.
« Reply #160 on: May 07, 2018, 07:59:39 AM »
Deportation by infidelity? Hmmm. "Nasty habits" and "nastiness"? As in sex ...? Hmmm. Stormy Daniels or Stormy Daniela, any difference?

What would be the recourse sought, if the women were not foreigners but Trini? Hmmm.

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Re: Latino sex ring in T&T.
« Reply #161 on: May 07, 2018, 10:02:12 AM »
should I laugh or cry? definitely not crying

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Re: Latino sex ring in T&T.
« Reply #162 on: May 08, 2018, 04:20:45 PM »
Hos have the right to study.
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Sex Island names T&T as secret location for x-rated party
« Reply #163 on: December 11, 2018, 01:43:16 AM »
Sex Island names T&T as secret location for x-rated party
T&T Newsday Reports.


The organisers of a four-day, three-night "sex-travaganza", called Sex Island, has named an island off the coast of TT as the location for its next event.

The NY Post's website reported today that a representative from the company said the event, which promises its patrons drugs and prostitutes, and costs between US$4,500 and US$6,000 per person, had been given the "go-ahead" by local authorities.

Newsday contacted Police Commissioner Gary Griffith who said he knew nothing about the event and had seen no documentation related to it.

An official at the Ministry of Tourism, similarly said he had never heard of the event and added that the ministry would not be interested in any event that offends the laws of T&T.

The event's website claims there are only three tickets left, and they had catered for 50 guests.

According to the website, included in the cost is "unlimited sex with two girls per day (switching girls with other guests is permitted), all meals and snacks, all the alcohol you desire, airport pickup and drop-off, yacht parties, bedrooms with showers, large closets, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and unlimited condoms."

The NY Post report says that in addition to the women, "guests have easy access to drugs, with Sex Island staff members acting as liaisons between dealers and partygoers. Cocaine is far and away the most popular drug requested by guests."

The event is carded for December 14 to 17.

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Re: Sex Island names T&T as secret location for x-rated party
« Reply #164 on: December 14, 2018, 06:12:24 AM »
Sex Island reveals secret location of coke-fueled bash
By Michael Blaustein


The hooker- and drug-fueled Sex Island will be hosted at a swanky resort on a private island off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago, a representative from the company told The Post.

The four-day, three-night sex-travaganza originally cost $6,000 per person, but that dropped to $4,500 as part of a Black Friday promotion that is still in effect, according to the company’s website.

For their money, the 50 guests will each have two prostitutes available to them and receive unlimited food and drinks. Most of the women hail from Colombia, Brazil, Puerto Rico and other South American countries. A few American and Canadian girls are also slated to attend.

Besides the women, guests have easy access to drugs, with Sex Island staff members acting as liaisons between dealers and partygoers. Cocaine is far and away the most popular drug requested by guests.

While the exact location of the resort and private island remain a secret, a representative for Sex Island says the company’s gotten the go-ahead from the authorities in Trinidad and Tobago.
However, when contacted by The Post, Trinidad and Tobago’s Ministry of Tourism said they’d never heard of the event. They also said that both prostitution and drugs are illegal in the island nation.

Sex Island is the brainchild of five hard-partying friends who regularly host and attend sex parties around the world. The men, who are in their 30s and 40s, “sort of think of themselves as Robin Hood,” because they bring the everyman into their world, which, they claim, is filled with rock stars, prostitutes and drugs.

The five men, including two New Yorkers and a brothel owner from Colombia, are so passionate about their burgeoning business that they’ve turned it into a mini-empire.

Besides the annual blowout Sex Island event that is designed for the public, they set up bespoke events for wealthy clients who pay upward of $10,000 per person to have private and customizable sex vacations.

Sex Island’s Dec. 14-17 event, however, is the company’s second attempt at creating the ultimate sexual tourism experience for the masses.

Last year, the five owners planned to host the event in Colombia, but when authorities in the South American country caught wind of it, they effectively shut it down.

Sex Island eventually found the island in Trinidad and Tobago that has become their home base.

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Re: Sex Island names T&T as secret location for x-rated party
« Reply #165 on: December 14, 2018, 07:11:09 PM »
 ???. So TT so big they can't find out where this party keeping. Or is this all fake news?

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Re: Sex Island names T&T as secret location for x-rated party
« Reply #166 on: December 14, 2018, 09:36:19 PM »
???. So TT so big they can't find out where this party keeping. Or is this all fake news?

It was held in Margarita, not T&T.
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Re: Sex Island names T&T as secret location for x-rated party
« Reply #167 on: December 16, 2018, 12:16:27 AM »
Gary woulda find that, bust the party wid he handkuffs ;D

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Re: Sex Thread
« Reply #168 on: March 30, 2020, 03:58:35 PM »
Steady rise in sale of sex toys
ByJoel Julien (Guardian).


Since the arrival of COVID-19 on our shores, there has been a steady rise in the sales of sex toys locally, culminating in a massive climax last week, sex therapist Giriraj “Dr Raj” Ramnanan has revealed.

Ramnanan said rechargeable vibrators, penis pumps, and toys that could be enjoyed by couples have been the top sellers.

“What I have noticed because of this virus and is that a lot of people have to be by themselves and of course people have their needs and wants when it comes to their sexual health,” Ramnanan said.

But because in this country a “deputy” is considered essential as per the calypso by Seadley “Penguin” Joseph, Ramnanan said things were affected when this country recorded its first positive COVID-19 case.

“Remember a lot of Trinidadians have what you call a deputy or they have extra sexual activities taking place, for example, visiting houses of ill-repute all that has started to cut down about three weeks ago,” Ramnanan said.

“People don’t want to interact so the only way that they could really be satisfied in whatever exploits they may have is to self indulge which is masturbation or indulge with their partner at home in a particular way that may spice things up,” he said.

This has resulted in an increase in sales he said.

“So over the last two weeks, there was a steady increase in sales with people coming to buy all their enhancers and their toys and some who are regulars in buying toys they would look for something new, something more exciting,” Ramnanan said.

“Sales increased about 10 to 20 per cent in the first week of this thing happening and within the last week there was a tremendous spike of about a hundred per cent,” he said.

“That goes to show that people want to take care of their sexual health they want to make sure that they enjoy themselves while being under this lockdown and it is nothing to be frowned upon because sexual health is very important to individuals both psychologically and physically,” Ramnanan said.

Ramnanan said he believes the call for people to stay home will help couples currently experiencing problems in their relationship.

“You have individuals who will have to spend a little more time with their partner this is going to strengthen a lot of relationships this is going to help persons to overcome the little difficulties that they may have had in the past with their partner in terms of sexual compatibility and whatnot,” he said.

He said the sales figures showed that.

“There were very little selfish toys being sold there were more toys that partners could work with,” he said.

Ramnanan said while he personally has no issue with staying home he believes he offers an “essential service” for hundreds.

“I agree with the shutdown I’m just saying that something could have been done because of the clients that we have out there who need their sexual health. I am happy to stay at home and isolate myself and that’s fine because I am abiding by the law but I also have to think about my clients that I know that are in the hundreds who have a problem,” he said.

“It’s like a Catch 22, damned if you do, damned if you don’t,” Ramnanan said.

Ramnanan said he has been doing consultations via telephone and Skype.

He said his clinics stepped up their sanitisation measures to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

“Two weeks ago we were sanitizing our clinics, we were making sure that every client that came in were sanitised, we use alcohol-based wipes, even the money handed to us we sprayed going into the draw and sprayed coming out of the draw so we did a lot of internal sanitising because of the nature of the business also because we deal with health, whether it is sexual health or other health we deal with health. So we took it upon ourselves to be responsible,” he said.

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