But it is not just her canny use of the Internet that has made Bruna, whose real name is Raquel Pacheco, a cultural phenomenon. By going public with her exploits, she has also upended convention and set off a vigorous debate about sexual values and practices, revealing a country that is not always as uninhibited as the world often assumes. Interviewed at the office of her publisher here, Pacheco, 21, said the blog that became her vehicle to notoriety emerged almost by accident. But once it started, she was quick to spot its commercial potential and its ability to transform her from just another program girl, as high-class prostitutes are called in Brazil, into an entrepreneur of the erotic. I thought that if I was curious about it, others would be too.
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The only person who loves Andressa Soares's butt more than Brazil's sun-soaked masses and us is Andressa Soares. She's really into it. And for good reason: Her ass has catapulted the charming Rio-born girl from bit parts in music videos into the pop-star spotlight as the overendowed Watermelon Woman. Devoted fans now flock to her concerts, paparazzi stalk her every move, and crazed men and woman paw at her whenever they are able.
Brasil: a country made by men who don’t love women
The experience of being a woman in Brasil often seems to be limited to a part in the cliche that it is the country of beautiful beaches, football and women. This cliche is not only used by the foreigners who travel to my country. It has also been promoted for decades by the Brazilian government, especially by its tourism departments. It is sexual tourism in its worst form, disguised as a party with caipirinhas and naturalised as something acceptable in Brasil. The perception of the Brazilian woman as sex object was born during the Catholic-Portuguese colonisation, pioneer on the continent.
With all due respect to Salt-N-Pepa, let's talk about Todd. Todd not his real name is a friend of a friend. He's a rare breed—a finance guy who lives in L.