Jamaica Gleaner Flair
Published: Monday Monday | March 16, 2009
Sara's 10 best looks
Miss Jamaica World 2006 Sara Lawrence is known for her charm and infectious smile. She also has a bubbly personality and a keen sense of fashion. Some days she may be in a colourful, flirty yet sexy dress and, on other occasions... Read More...Whither the feminist movement?
Barbara Ellington, Lifestyle EditorDr Jane S. Jaquette is Bertha Harton Orr professor of politics at Occidental College and Chair of diplomacy and world affairs. She joined Occidental faculty in 1969, received promotion to full professor in 1992, and was named to the Orr.. Read More...KELLY'S WORLD - Mek dem drive!
I've heard many comments about whether the hearing impaired and deaf should be allowed to drive. When the debate first came up, I thought it was a bad idea as well. What did not help matters was that the first time I heard it was when former senator... Read More...SINGULAR SUBJECTS - It's not OK!
Here we go again. Yes, we are revisiting the violence against women issue because it's not OK for men to beat women and it's not OK for women to stay and take it. God knows that here in Jamaica we need to speak out against violence, period.... Read More...ON MY MIND
Readers respond to 'I need a Romeo' Last week's Flair received numerous responses from readers about the return of On My Mind. Read More...FEMAIL-TIES - The gift of healing
In a few days, South African musicians will lead people from all walks of life in a day of reflection and prayer. The purpose? To use the power of song to invoke healing in us all. These are not gospel musicians on a crusade. They are musicians representing all genres of music ... Read More...LAWS OF EVE - Same-sex marriages are void ... even after a sex change
In last week's article I set out the grounds on which the Supreme Court could grant a decree of nullity of a marriage. One such ground is that "the parties to the marriage were, at the time of the marriage, of the same sex".... Read More...HEALTH AND FITNESS - Cleansing my colon
When Keisha Shakespeare-Blackmore did the piece on Debbie Cole, colon therapist/consultant at The Colon Place in the May 18, 2008 edition of Flair, we received numerous responses from readers. Read More...Why are educated women manless? Part 2
Last week's article about educated women being manless created quite a stir. Some men responded that educated women emasculate men. Women maintained that men are just intimidated by educated women. This week, Flair sought a professional view on the topic... Read More...SEX & RELATIONSHIP - Why women return to abusive relationships
With all the fuss about entertainers Chris Brown and Rihanna's alleged domestic violence dispute case and indications that they are maintaining the relationship, the question of why women return to abusive... Read More...BEAUTY - The perfect day look: 10 easy steps
Looking and feeling pretty does not necessarily mean applying layers of make-up. It is often said less is more and, depending on the occasion and the time of day, this is very true for make-up... Read More...