10 Reasons Why Black Men Should Visit Brazil


Brazil is one of the most exotic countries on the planet and we have all heard about the infamous beaches at Copacabana and the “Ipanema girl”.

But what else lies in Brazil?

For black men, Brazil is a hidden kept secret that is only experienced by a few adventurous travellers.

Frustrated: The Movie does a great job of showing what Brazil has to offer black men:

Although, Frustrated the Movie really opened a lot of people’s eyes and motivated them to visit Brazil for the first time.

I have been to Brazil twice and visited the following cities:

  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Salvador Bahia
  • Belo Horizonte

All of my reasons for visiting Brazil are based on personal experience having been there 2 times. Every Brazilian city has a different mix of people, different vibe, and a host of pros and cons.


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1. Black Men Have Options All Over the World

If you live in the United States, then you are probably familiar with the complete hatred and racism towards the black man in America. We are the target of hate crimes, discrimination, random killings, and a host of other awful problems. This is also followed by mistreatment via the black woman and her master, the elite rich white man (think Scandal the TV series).

It seems like ever since the 60’s, black women have abandoned the traditional black family to work for corporations and raise children without a father and a good home. The recent rise in thug culture also paints an ugly picture that acting thuggish is the key to a black woman’s heart.

Many good, hard working men go long periods without sex, love and companionship thus becoming a blunt end of the joke – “Nice guys finish last.”

BUT in countries like Brazil, Black men finish first and will have no shortage of attractive women who want to date, hook up or marry them.

I’m tired of hearing all the lies and BS about Brazilian women only wanting money or coming to the United States. I met dozens of women and can only remember 2 who wanted to live in the United States. It’s quite rare for a foreign woman to leave her family but men often travel to different countries in search of jobs, love, etc.

The point is Brazilian women dream of getting married and having children with a good man. Something that American women gave up almost 20 years ago.

The biggest problem in America is the disconnect between men who want families and women who want thugs aka human dildos. That’s why black men (and men of all colors) are finding it difficult to find the right woman in America.

Women no longer want families. They only want money and human dildos. If you want a traditional family structure, you need to go abroad for that.

2. You Gain All the Advantages that Local Brazilian Men Have

Let’s compare your options in America (aka the matrix) vs Abroad (places like Brazil):

American Man’s Options

  • Single and Celibate
  • Friends with Benefits (aka fuck buddies)
  • Stepfather of another man’s kids
  • Personal ATM to your Ex after divorce
  • Child support payments while your ex gets a new boyfriend
  • Happy marriage

As you can see, you are more likely to get screwed in the USA than end up in a happy marriage. There are too many negative variables here. It’s not the women’s fault. It’s the legal system that rewards stupid, short sighted behavior.

Brazilian Man’s Options

  • Single with casual hookups
  • Friends with Benefits
  • Married with a Girlfriend on the side
  • Married while visiting hookers on the side
  • Only visiting hookers
  • Divorce without paying alimony or child support
  • Happy Marriage

Clearly, Brazilian men have much more advantages than we will ever have. They can enter relationships without worrying about paying child support and alimony in case of divorce. I watched quite a few Brazilian men visit prostitutes while staying married with their wife. It is VERY common in their culture. A man doesn’t have to apologize for having a male sex drive.

Compare this to the epidemic of women cheating on their husbands, and I would say American women are very masculine compared to women in other countries. Brazilian women rarely get abortions and birth control is very uncommon. They are more feminine, unlike American women who have become baby killing, drugged up sluts.

3. More Black Women to Choose From

Another amazing benefit is the largest pool of Black women to choose from. Brazil is the 2nd largest population of African descent people on the planet behind Nigeria. 51% of all black people in the Americas live in Brazil while only 16% of black people live in the United States.

If you love black women, then you will love Brazil. The large number of African descendents means more lovely ladies to choose from. Unfortunately, America and other western nations have much fewer Afro ladies to pick. Chances are you will start going after Caucasian and Asian women if things don’t work out with the black girls.

You don’t have to date interracially. It’s completely unnecessary. I don’t believe in ignoring a complete group of women based on race. It’s silly. That’s why Brazil offers you more selection and more options.

You have black women that look like:

  • Rihanna
  • Serena Williams
  • Janet Jackson
  • Mariah Carey
  • Alicia Keys

Plus, you don’t need to be a millionaire or over 6 feet tall to hook up with them. I found myself staring at a different woman every 10 seconds on my first trip to Rio De Janeiro. The average woman looks SO attractive compared to the average American/Western female. It’s just crazy.

4. Lower Cost of Living

If you live in the USA, then you are very familiar with the crazy high cost of living. It’s insane. Although I’ve been to France and Japan, which felt even more expensive due to the exchange rate.


The Brazilian Realis is around 3.8 to 1 compared to the US Dollar ( USD/BSL exchange rate as of September 2015). That’s means each US Dollar is worth around 4 Realis. You actually almost triple your income by visiting Brazil due to a favorable exchange rate.

This gives you an advantage against locals because you earn your money in a stronger currency. It also makes everything seem way cheaper as well. You can buy dinner for $4 USD. Rent a hotel room in a safe neighborhood for only $30. Hop in a taxi cab for only $7.

After a few days of spending less money, you will also notice how much more relaxed you feel knowing you aren’t burning up your credit card or savings account. Living in America is so stressful at times when you calculate how much money you spend each money. Sometimes, I find myself at a loss for words. You deserve to experience a low cost of living to see if you prefer the USA rat race or a cheaper, less stressful lifestyle.

5. Fewer Guns

I personally understand that most Americans love their guns but this belief also increases stress levels for everyone living in the USA. Ever since 9/11, Americans in general have become well less trustful and more paranoid towards strangers.

What people don’t realize is that our high gun ownership contributes to lots of stress and anxiety in the United States. You don’t know when somebody is going to get upset and kill or just try to rob you.

More guns = More fear and anxiety.

On the other hand, most Brazilians don’t own a gun and the only mass shootings are between police and gang members. The worst thing a local Brazilian may do is pull a knife on you.

Your stress levels decrease because you don’t have to worry about thugs stealing your Jordan’s or random mass killings like Sandy Hook or George Sordini.

For me, Brazil overall was a HUGE stress reliever. I realized how scary the USA has become and it only got worse once I returned to ATL airport. America is full of gun touting thugs. It’s really sad.

6. More Sun Exposure

African-Americans aren’t really Americans in a traditional sense. Many of us had ancestors who were captured and brought to the Americas in slave ships. Not all of us have African descendents and some of us were never slaves.

The point I’m trying to make is that our DNA comes from a much warmer part of the world, mostly the land mass referred to as Africa.

I’ve been to Ghana and Nigeria. Let me tell you this: it is VERY humid and hot in those countries. We were meant to live in a much warmer climate than the United States or parts of Northern Europe. We need lots of sunlight to product Vitamin D and keep our pinal glands in tact.

Lack of sun exposure is why we suffer from high rates of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and many other ailments. Sunlight is so important to our health.

In Brazil, you get similar sun exposure to people living in central African countries like Angola. A lot of black people will experience feelings of euphoria and joy once landing in Brazil. This is mostly due to the increased sun exposure and your vitamin D levels soaring.

What naysayers don’t realize is that our bodies respond STRONGLY to light energy. Most Black Americans & Europeans don’t get enough sunlight. For a vitamin D deficient person, visiting Brazil for the first time will feel like you are being reborn. The sunlight rejuvenates your body and awakens your spirit.

Visiting Brazil is a spiritual awakening for most people that have never been. United States gets very little sun exposure compared to Brazil.

7. Legal Prostitution

Have you seen what happened to Greg Anthony and Warren Sapp when they tried to pay for sex?

America has problems with adult men paying adult women for sexual services and companionship. Men who visit hookers are treated like scumbags while women who get abortions are treated like queens. America is so misandric right now that it will make any advocate of equal rights truly disgusted.

However, prostitution is legal in Brazil (see this chart for proof). You won’t get arrested for paying for sex there. Brazilian men aren’t filling up the jails for wanting to meet and sex beautiful women. I’m 100% for adult prostitution. If it’s two adults, then I am for it. Why?

Because it’s the oldest profession in the world and many prostitutes use that money to take care of their children and sick, elderly family members.

The whole idea of women becoming slaves to corporations is a sick and twisted idea. Hookers operate similar to small business owners who serve a limited number of clients. I’ve been with Brazilian women in college and working girls. They were both very sweet, feminine, and knew how to have fun.

The problem with the United States is there is already tons of prostitution going on there – it’s called marriage.

Marriage is a joke in the USA and men have to continue financing women’s lives years after they had sex together. It’s like a sick dream where you pay your ex to sleep with her new boyfriend. That’s a prostitute I never want to visit nor see.

The Tiger Woods and Allen Iverson divorce stories explain clearly that most women in America marry for financial reasons and have an alterior motive. You are basically buying an expensive hooker in America because there is no love involved in most relationships now. It’s just all lust and sex. Ya know, all the lower, animalistic stuff.

In Brazil, what you see is what you get. You don’t have to pay for other men’s kids. You don’t have to pay alimony. You just pay a lovely lady for her time and sometimes she will like you so much you don’t have to pay anymore!

Compare this with the hellish prostitution scene in America where working women get killed and men go to jail for having a libido. No thanks. I’ll stick to Brazil!

8. You are a citizen of the Planet

Most people have no dreams of travelling because they supposedly have everything they already need. These same people called themselves:

  • Americans
  • Mexicans
  • Irish
  • Nigerian
  • etc

It’s great to be patriotic but it’s foolish to ignore this great planet we live on. It’s VERY large and would take a lifetime to see everything.


There’s so many cultures, languages, monuments, buildings, rivers, animals, grasslands, mountains and other amazing things that make this planet special.

We cannot go to another planet so I believe in seeing everything there is here. Travel will change your life forever. You will think as a global citizen and make better decisions.

Lots of ignorant people make terrible decisions because they lack travel experience.

You see that thug willing to die over that girl? yep, there’s 3 billion ladies on the planet.

You see that guy ready to beat up his boss? Buddy, you can get a US salary with accomodations and free airfare working abroad.

Can’t find a decent wife in America? There are hundreds of millions of women looking for American husbands in South America, Eastern Europe and Asia.

The point is that travel makes you think BIG. Thinking big leads to better decisions and a brighter future.

9. The Food in Brazil is Fresh and Healthy


When I returned from my 1st trip to Brazil, my parents kept talking about “how black my hair was.”

Americans waste billions on worthless hair care products when they should just go to Brazil and eat the natural foods there.

Brazilian food is organic, healthy and will help you lose weight and look younger. Everything from coconuts to Watermelon is available and cheap.

My favorite part about Rio de Janeiro is the fresh juice bars. Literally, you can buy fresh juice right next to the beach for as little as $1 USD.

The food in USA and most western countries tastes like crap. It’s heavily processed, lacks nutrients and will give you bad health or worse. American supermarkets import the majority of the produce because US farmers have destroyed the soils in this country. Worse of all, companies like Monsanto advocate through Congress to sell us GMO foods that give us cancer. US government is so corrupt and only cares about profits.

In Brazil, the government cares about health. There is no GMO foods or flouridated water. You will feel better and lose weight.

10. Black Brazilian Women are Waiting for Us

The fact is Black women in Brazil are waiting for us to visit them. They smile when they see you and want to get to know you.

In the United States, black women don’t care about us at all. When we tell them about Brazil, they say “good riddance” or wish hateful things happen to us.

How about Black women going to Jamaica to rent a dread? I’ve never heard a Black American man say anything bad about Black women having fun in the Carribean. They even made a movie about it called “How Stella Got Her Groove Back.”

My only conclusion is that black American women are controlled by an evil spirit. She is literally a monster, not her true self. We cannot keep waiting for a monster that threatens us and wishes us evil.

Black women in Brazil are the complete opposite because they lack the evil spirit controlling their minds. They love to smile, giggle and dance samba. They like being women. It’s quite a breathe of fresh air.

I knew a smart, educated Black Brazilian girl who spoke perfect English. She wanted to get married but I was only 25 and wasn’t ready to start a family. Just 2 years later, she was pregnant and happily married to her longtime boyfriend. She looked so happy as a mother. I wish her the best.

In Brazil, black women are more pure. American women are toxic and poisonous. It’s not their fault. If they left the USA, then they would experience the same liberation you feel when coming to Brazil. I think Black women should leave America too. America means them nothing but harm and evil thoughts.

Black Americans should seriously consider visiting countries outside of the USA and Brazil is a great start. You’ll enjoy great weather, good food, sunshine and cheaper cost of living. There are some drawbacks, and I will cover them in another article. For now, I just wanted to share 10 reasons to visit and I hope you visit Brazil and see for yourself.

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  1. Your stereotyping and over generalizations are wacky. How many black women have you actually known to come to the conclusion that all American black women are “toxic?” Allow me to over generalize and speak for ALL black American women when I say, please leave the US. We don’t want you anymore that you want us.

    • Not all american black women are toxic, I think that’s a drastic label to put 20MM+ women. However, it has become nearly impossible to even say a pleasant hello without at best being ignored or at worst being ridiculed or be on the receiving end of a nasty comment. Their is a reason brothers who really want to date sisters venture to places like Brazil. Too many times our women are conversing about material status. Too many have multiple children with multiple partners of which they were never married to and in some cases never lived with. I am not going to bash my sisters because my mother is black. But 30 years ago Ya’ll had it all and were pleasant to even greet. Now, its about thuggery, nice cars, fat wallets and ignorance and its gravitational pull. There are alot of decent black women in America, the problem is that they are overshadowed by the loud, the nasty, the quick tempered and bellicose sisters. Recently, there was an AKA convention here and I have to seeing such are large group of successful and on the road to success black women was refreshing. But the one common denominator they overwhelmingly possessed was a pleasant demeanor and found nothing wrong with saying hello or being greeting in a respectful manner. We are not all trying to holla but in fact are just acknowledging one another especially in a downtown financial district setting where you see so few of us.

  2. I encourage everyone to travel. Bravo for traveling! But…why must you generalize ALL black American women as being controlled by an evil spirit? This is where the encouragement to travel to Brazil makes a left turn. Enjoy Brazil, have a great time, but must you degrade black American women while you think about having fun? I hope you have a great time. Please treat our sisters in Brazil with respect.

  3. Honestly, with the state of Brazil, I would not advise anyone to visit or live in Brazil. Forget about dating either. The high inflation, corruption, crime, and aggressive racism is not a selling point for me. That alone make me cringe and not think of relocating to Brazil. And many of these women (not all) are looking for a green card from that cess pool. And knowing the culture and "Blanquemento", many Black Men are fooled by not knowing this and the "esperta" culture of dating. Dating "White" is dating up. You are only fooling yourselves thinking you can survive there on "I'm American" status. It's only a trump card…and not a good one to date a potential green card predator.

  4. I agree that women (not all but many) have become increasingly slutty, BUT in your article you are advicating for men to cheat on their wives and girlfriends!? So if a woman cheats= slut (which I agree with) but if a man cheats it should ALSO = slut! This article is so stupid. I’m a non-black woman, and I would not go even 10 metres near a man like this “author”.

  5. Ignorance at its best….You visit a country twice on a budget and you think you have figured it out…..Playing tourists is a national sport over there. Good luck if you listen to any of that non sense…..

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