Family comes first, above work or other responsibilities. They play a big part in all domestic duties and are most excellent care givers. Haitian women appreciate their rich cultural heritage and are very religious and spiritual.
They are on the average very dark skinned and have African features, though you can meet Haitian women who have more fair skin and straighter hair. Despite all the ethnic differences, they mostly are gorgeous.
Women in Haiti are very communicative and have very friendly personalities; they tend to express their emotions with dramatic body gestures. My husband is Haitian but he was born in the Bahamas. I don't know what to say about dating Haitian men because by nature that has always been my preference.
I guess I can say they are more prone to getting married and staying married. They will end up with seven outside families but still be married to the one wife. This will not be me, though. I am half American, which means I will have half the mind to throw acid on hubby's balls if he gets some broad pregnant! I dated one Haitian American man for a period when me and my fiance broke up. He was sweet and attentive. He was a momma's boy so that was a problem for me.
He expected too much too fast and was ready to jump ship. I enjoyed the food and his mom was really nice, a bit too demanding though. We lasted for five months but I don't have anything bad to say about Haitian people. They are cool too me. I would date one again. The other one was dark skin and she also was all right. I was suprised the first one was haitian because she was lighter than dominicans, even; complexion similar to RhiRhi on a pale day. I know skin color doesn't determine a persons origin but It was news to me to find out her background; thought she was American.
Both were really Americanized on the surface but really true to their culture.
My bff is hatitian so was my ex and the latest dude in my life. I know alot my area is saturated with them. Some are cool some think they are still in Haiti actin like animals and fighting all the time. The ones who have been America longer are more my type.
The ones that just arrived My very first experience with a Haitian man was exquisite. He treated me like a queen for two months.
I thought he was the one. His job then took him overseas. We still talk but he will be there for a while. I then began started meeting other Haitian men after and it was the complete and total opposite. Nothing like the first. Thought I was supposed to worship the ground they walked on.
I will not be dating any other Haitians unless my friend comes back. All the others left a bad taste in my mouth. I did recognize one difference.
The others I met migrated from Haiti as children or young adults. So I do believe that may have had something to do with it. There are a lot of mulattos in Haiti. They are usually the elite and they favor the creoles of NO. I wish I knew Creole. I speak a little French and even less Creole. Haitians always come at me like, what kind of Haitian are you? Makes me feel so bad. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: According to the Constitution of Haiti , a Haitian citizen is:.
The Haitian Constitution of re-legalizes dual citizenship, allowing for Haitians living abroad to own land and run for Haitian political office except for offices of president, prime minister, senator or member of the lower house of Parliament. The official languages of Haiti are French and Haitian Creole. Traditionally, the two languages served different functions, with Haitian Creole the informal everyday language of all the people, regardless of social class, and French the language of formal situations: However, because the vast majority of Haitians speak only Creole, there have been efforts in recent years to expand its use.
In , a law was passed that permitted Creole to be the language of instruction, and the Constitution of gave Creole the status of a national language. However, it was only in that the Constitution granted official status to Creole. Haitian art, known for its vibrant color work and expressive design, is a complex tradition, reflecting strong African roots with Indigenous American and European aesthetic and religious influences.
It is a very important representation of Haitian culture and history. Haitian art is distinctive, particularly in painting and sculpture where brilliant colors, naive perspective and sly humor characterize it.
Frequent subjects in Haitian art include big, delectable foods, lush landscapes, market activities, jungle animals, rituals, dances, and gods. Artists frequently paint in fables. The music of Haiti combines a wide range of influences drawn from the many people who have settled on this Caribbean island. It reflects French, African rhythms, Spanish elements and others who have inhabited the island of Hispaniola and minor native Taino influences.
Youth attend parties at nightclubs called discos , pronounced "deece-ko" , and attend Bal. This term is the French word for ball, as in a formal dance. Compas, short for compas direct , is a complex, ever-changing music that arose from African rhythms and European ballroom dancing, mixed with Haiti's bourgeois culture. It is commonly spelled as it is pronounced as kompa. Until , Haiti had no recorded music, until Jazz Guignard was recorded non-commercially.
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One of the most celebrated Haitian artists today is Wyclef Jean. Wyclef Jean, however, left the country before his teenage years and began the Fugees with Laury Hill and Peas, who together went on to become the biggest selling hip hop group of all time with The Score released in