Senseisha: Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman

Senseisha Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman Senseisha is a collection of truly intimate non fiction stories written by Caribbean women From a girl s first period to the elation of a first orgasm Senseisha takes us on a journey of love lust

  • Title: Senseisha: Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman
  • Author: Shakirah Bourne Juliette Maughan Shivanee Ramlochan
  • ISBN: 9789769564923
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Senseisha is a collection of truly intimate, non fiction stories written by Caribbean women From a girl s first period to the elation of a first orgasm, Senseisha takes us on a journey of love, lust, pain and pleasure, and the ongoing internal conflict between love for God, and love for sex Here are the lives of every day Caribbean women, including a young woman who finaSenseisha is a collection of truly intimate, non fiction stories written by Caribbean women From a girl s first period to the elation of a first orgasm, Senseisha takes us on a journey of love, lust, pain and pleasure, and the ongoing internal conflict between love for God, and love for sex Here are the lives of every day Caribbean women, including a young woman who finally finds the confidence to express her love for women to her mother, a married woman whose delightful dessert helps to sweeten up her marriage, and a woman who finds herself caught up in an abusive m nage a trois Experience intimacy only shared between close friends, where female writers aren t afraid to describe who they are and how they feel These memoirs will make you giggle, laugh, cry, curse, coo and yes, climax

    One thought on “Senseisha: Memoirs of the Caribbean Woman”

    1. I have been reading this book for weeks Way too long but it has been a struggle. The inside of the book hardly captivates my interest like the back cover.Like all anthologies, you have to be prepared for the changing language and writing style with the start of every new story. Like most anthologies, this book finds itself mixed between poor plots and good stories. I am not in the mood to review each story individually and I wouldn't recommend any one story to you. If you picked up the book, rea [...]

    2. This books tackles the complexity of sexuality for people of Caribbean origin, by presenting the very human experiences of the Caribbean's daughters and mothers.

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