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I'm most certain that people are being
dumped across the globe this very moment,
and as vicious as it may sound, this tragic
scene will continue right up to the early hours
of the 8th and 9th February.
Sure, there's no good time to break up with
the woman or man in your life, but Carnival
does not make you exempt from heartbreak,
especially when your disgruntled partner
strategically sets a breakup date- conveniently
wanting to wait for Carnival to re-evaluate the
relationship and call it quits.
In this issue of WOW, we explore this phe-
nomenon that arises each Carnival and get
some perspective from both sexes on why they
deliberately sabotage their relationship.
• "It wasn't her, it was me. I just wanted to be
baggage free. I can't imagine spending Carnival
Monday and Tuesday on de road loved up with
the same gal. Nah, it not gonna work. I weigh
my options early and know being single go be
the best decision. By Ash Wednesday so, when
I sober up I go check her." Jamal, Diego Martin
• "My man doesn't celebrate Carnival and I'm
a Carnival baby. So yah know, we arguing since I
buy my costume. One thing led to another and
he tell me to pick, is either I stay home or I go
on the road. He made things easier for me; you
will see me on the road Monday and Tuesday. I
not beating myself up, cause its just for a two
days, after that he will calm down and we will
be back to normal. This is just a phase."
• "I wouldn't call it a break up. It's more of a
little time off, a vacation. You do what you
hadda do and I do what I hadda do. Just don't
come home with a belly or the Zika virus. Like
yuh self but know your limits. When Ash
Wednesday comes, we back to normal. Don't
ask me what I was doing for them two days,
cause most likely I can't remember. Simple."
• "Let the man stay where he leave to go,
don't come back."
• "I know of persons who don't necessarily
break up but have a mutual understanding
about what their Carnival would be like. After,
relationship is normal. They go same fetes but
not with one another."
In my online pursuit of some in-
gredients to stimulate arousal, al-
most everything under the sun
has been proclaimed as being an
aphrodisiac by some people or
The Oxford Dictionary defines an
aphrodisiac as a food, drink, or
other things that stimulates sexual
desire. It is derived from Aphrodite,
the Greek goddess of sex and
In addition to increasing sexual
consciousness orally, there are
many other factors that are be-
lieved to have sexually stimulating
In this WOW issue, we explore
three social agents, all which play a
major role in our Carnival experi-
ence- music, costuming and alco-
You may be astounded at the
aphrodisiac quality/power music;
specifically soca music has on a
People tend to forget that
human senses are powerful reac-
tors and can trigger emotions.
Imagine the last sad song you
heard and how it made you want
to cry. You probably felt depressed
Now, imagine the sweet sounds
of soca and pan. Doesn't it exude
happiness, manic energy and high
levels of sensuality?
You'll soon find out, Monday and
There is something liberating
about reveling in a colourful, elabo-
rate and exotic costume, confi-
dently displaying your figure in a
hyper- sexual Carnival atmosphere.
Costumes are a big part of our
Carnival celebrations and also pres-
ent a visual opportunity to turn up
the heat this season.
An eye- catching, erotic Carnival
ensemble, coupled with a boost in
confidence is the ultimate aphro-
disiac for any wandering eye.
Alcohol has long been touted as
a potent aphrodisiac and a power-
ful factor in social interactions,
serving as a cue for sexual behav-
iours in interpersonal exchanges.
Additionally, many users believe
in alcohol's power to induce and
For example, when we first take
a sip of booze, alcohol's initial ef-
fects begins to take hold- we feel
looser, more open and often, much
more relaxed. This is the liquid
courage we hear so much about.
At this initial stage, we feel more
confident to take a risk -- which in-
cludes talking to that attractive
gal/ man in your band section.
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YES OR NO?
• Do you feel "loose" vaginally since childbirth
• Do you feel dry during intercourse?
• Do you have trouble reaching orgasm?
• Do you occasionally dribble or leak when you
sneeze, cough or exercise?
• Have you ever "not quite made it" to the bathroom ?
• Have your intimate relationships suffered
due to these changes?
• Are you experiencing loss of self-confi-
dence? Loss of interest in sex?
YES AND KNOW!
• ...you don't have to trade motherhood for
sexuality. You can be Mommy and Sexy at
the same time.
• ...you don't have to trade the years in your
life for the life in your years. You can be over
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• ...vaginal delivery and menopause should not
cost you your sexual health..
• ...you're not the only woman thinking about
it. We're just not talking about it. So start
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