Jamaican-Canadian Writer fascinates Barbadian Literary society with wry view on Femininity; “Whose Vagina Is It Anyway?”

Sandy Daley left Jamaica as a teenager, and she grew up real fast in Canada – by the time she was approaching her early 20’s she was the mother of 2 sons now studying at prominent Universities. Somehow, despite her looks which are maintained via fitness regimen, she claims to remain single not altogether by choice?

Author in Centre with publicist Gerry Allen at extreme left and Author's sister Nasia Daley-Cadogan at Right

Speaking at the luxurious hideaway of Shades Villas & Apartments in Layne’s Road, St James – she recalls the trip from Teens to Adult was not an easy ride, Sandy told the audience it was a bumpy path filled with so many detours she decided to collect them and produce a slim compendium of essays and gave it the unusual title which she says females emulate with everywhere {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Ms Dasley related to the audience when she was heading for barbados how a female Customs Officer in Canada was grilling her until she learned about the book, then she wanted an autographed copy!

Author with Popular Social Media Activist ūüėČ

In the video, you will learn where¬†part of the inspiration for the title emerged…¬†It’s a well-constructed book which examines how some men seek to impose their mores on women and yet her scrutiny does not make males uncomfortable reading the publication, they do not feel they are trapped in another male-bashing treatise – in fact, since there’s been such a hearty response from most guys?

Gerry Allen & Sandy Denny pose with volunteer for Focus group on proposed sequel "Whose Penis is it Really?" (this dude claims he knows a rich 20 year old girl in Portmore who supports a 60 year old man - this got many laughs that nite but he swears it's true)

Sandy plans to create “WHOSE PENIS IS IT REALLY?” to be written by the end of 2011 and published the following year. She is currently considering interviews of focus groups as samples for the sequel. Available at the Book Den, 8th Avenue, Belleville, St Michael – discussions are ongoing for Cave¬†Shepherd’s¬†Pages to carry the book as well…

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