suepap
 n.— «I see the power of the Amerindians here at home and their helplessness in Georgetown, where the men easily turn to drink as a response to the marginalization they feel. Where their women are routinely regarded as an easy piece by young black men who keep alive the myth that these women have something called “suepap,” flesh that instinctively tightens around the male organ. Enlightened people I know are only now beginning to regret denying their Amerindian grand- or great-grandmother.» —“Guyana Diary II: Journey to Lethem” by Velma Pollard in Guyana Jamaica Gleaner Ju;y 30, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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