Sexploitation Film: European Women Travel to Rent a Dread/Rasta
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OUR EMPEROR SPEAKS…Take care not to spoil the good name of Ethiopia by acts which are worthy of the enemy. You are being watched by the nation and you should realize that you will satisfy it if you do good; but if, on the contrary, you do evil, it will lose its hope and its confidence in you.
RTV NOTICE: *MATURE VIDEO CONTENT. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED: It’s a big difference between “dreads”, “rasta” and the mystic Rastafari people who follow the teachings of His Imperial Majesty. Due to the influx of tourists and poverty, many mask under tall hair/locs posing as Rastafari people, but in actuality are charlatans and impostors.
Watch this controversial Jamaica documentary co-produced by cinepobre.com / 4th edition
When white women flock to Jamaica for a little fun in the sun, the R&R they’re often looking for is not “Rest and Relaxation” but to “Rent a Rasta” according to director J. Michael Seyfert. His eye-opening expose’ of the same name sheds light on a barely acknowledged form of sex tourism, namely, white women who visit the Caribbean Islands to get their groove back with the help of black locals. This documentary claims that, each year, as many as 80,000 females from a variety of relatively-wealthy Western nations descend on Jamaica alone.
All these guys are paying her attention, telling her she’s really beautiful, and they really want her. It is like a secret, a fantasy, and then you go home. While this glimpse into the ladies; rationale for their no-strings liaisons is certainly informative, the picture is actually far more grimacing when chronicling the history of Jamaica. Winding its way from the days of slavery, through the rise of the Rastafari ,to the present Jamaica has been at the mercy of colonialism and opressoin since it was first discovered.
Framed from this perspective, we suddenly see a persistent pattern of utter subjugation and economic inequality, with islanders providing service only to be the latest form of exploitation. Please share this film and its teachings on sexploitation, a subject, that is rarely touched.