Hi, Once again my man and I are apart, and on one of our short visits together he decided to help me relax a little and give me a full body rub down.It was very nice massage, but he focused on a certain area!Trinidad and Tobago is a parliamentary democracy governed by a prime minister and a bicameral legislature, with a population of approximately 1.3 million.Tobago has a House of Assembly that has some administrative autonomy over local matters on that island.Authorities were investigating the police Repeat Offenders Program Task Force for allegations of misconduct, kidnapping, and murder made by members of the public.One allegation concerned Laventille resident Keon Glasgow, taken into custody in April and not accounted for since.Trinidad (but not Tobago) is ethnically heterogeneous.
Other transgenders treat her like a rock star, even traveling to Trinidad just to be around her.
The island was called Iere, meaning "the land of the hummingbird," by its native Amerindian inhabitants.
Tobago's name probably derived from tabaco (tobacco in Spanish).
Trinidadians of European ancestry are called "White" or "French Creole." There are a number of designations for those of black–white ancestry, including "Mixed," "Colored," "Brown," and "Red" among other terms.
The term Creole, from the Spanish criollo , meaning "of local origin," refers to Blacks, Whites, and mixed individuals who are presumed to share significant elements of a common culture as well as biogenetic properties because most claim these designations do not represent "pure races." The term Creole thus tends to relegate non-Creoles like East Indians to a somewhat foreign status. The term "French Creole" refers to white families of long standing whether their surname is French-derived or not.