I cannot be the only one who has noticed those Afro-Caribbean women, who when its summer, bare their bodies in (what I consider to be) the most inappropriate manner. Most often, these sistren are overweight and of the Caribbean variety. They sport varying numbers of gold teeth and all manner of bling on their necks, their wrists and ankles, with brightly coloured talons for fingernails and tattoos across their backs and sometimes around their navel. These women are brash and speak loudly in unintelligible patois with each other or into a phone, or to some leery-eyed-gold-toothed brother who is shuffling along beside them. Sometimes they are seen pushing a child in a pram, with a slightly older toddler in tow, struggling to keep up..
Of course I see the tattoos, but only because the women insist on exposing their lower torso by wearing an undersized blouse that stops just below the bosoms. Then down below the (usually fat and lumpy) exposed stomach flesh is another garment, which is obviously intended to cover their womanhood, but which almost invariably leaves the lower half of their buttocks exposed for all the world to see..
And all of the above besides, these damsels will often crown their apparel (or the lack thereof) with a blonde wig on the head, or with hair extensions which they insist must be blonde, or brown at the very best. I have yet to come across any record in the history of black-African peoples, where blond hair was considered at any time to be a thing of beauty. Can we visualise a Caucasian woman wearing a thick black Afro wig and how preposterous that would look?
The bottom line for me is that these women look ridiculous! It may be slightly surprising, but I do appreciate feminine beauty and especially when it is well put together with dignity, sophistication, elegance and modesty. Yes, to be modest is classy, and classy these women are not! That said, considering the number of them that I see with young children, there must be some heterosexual men out there who find these women attractive..