One of the hottest Jamaican pornographic material being circulated by DVD and on the Internet is a street dance held in a St Catherine community that has people having sex openly in front of other patrons.
The clip or DVD shows a couple having sex in the middle of the street. The dance, Go Go Jam, is held in Charlemont, St Catherine. The last dance is said to have been held in early December.
In the clip which is being circulated, the couple carries on in several sexual positions, and they are surrounded by the patrons who are either watching the sexual action or dancing to some of the latest songs. The music selector not only unleashes several hot songs but makes mention of at least one popular dance group that was said to be in the crowd.
But while to most persons this may seem to be a lewd and inappropriate act, the monthly dance has being going on for approximately two years and is well attended. The females involved in the act are said to be either exotic dancers or persons selected by the organisers.
So popular are these dances that, for the persons who missed out on the action, copies of the DVDs bearing the title are being sold in sections of Linstead and surrounding areas.
When THE STAR visited the St Catherine community recently, there were varied opinions from residents about the dance.
"When the film is from foreign everyone will buy it. However, if it is a local one then the problem start," said one resident, Marjorie.
Other persons agreed with her view, and pointed out that the dance did not bother them.
"It nuh badda mi and mi did go watch it about three weeks ago when it was on the front of the club. Nothing nuh wrong with it, a just a lickle outside thing," another female resident told THE STAR.
The reaction was, however, not the same from a businesswoman in the area.
"The whole thing is sad. The things that happen out there should be in the privacy of the bedroom," she said.
Head of the Linstead police, Inspector Michael Walker, said he was not aware of the event or its happenings, but promised to investigate.
Asked of the sanctions for such an event, Inspector Walker said, "Of course, they could not get a licence to have sex in public. It all depends on what we find out, persons could be slapped with charges, like wilfully exposing a person ... Like I said, it all depends on what we find."