Case Study: Black American Women vs Black Brazilian Women


It’s a common question among men and women in the black community:

Why do Black Men Travel to Brazil?

Seriously, what is exactly so special about it? I could go on and on about the many advantages of Brazil for men, but you can read about those in my previous post: 10 Reasons Why Black Men Should Visit Brazil.

In this post, I’m going to SHOW you exactly why brothas run to the airport every chance they get.

Case Study Participants

In this case study, you will watch two groups of black women: American and Brazilian.

Exhibit A: The Black Brazilian Woman (Brazil)


Exhibit B: The Black American Woman (United States)


Our Experiment

Using real life video footage, I will attempt to explain the major differences between Black American women vs Black Brazilian women.

In order to conduct a fair experiment, I will show you 3rd party video footage that is not edited nor tampered with. The footage was taken by a friend of Charles Tyler, the leader in the Black man’s movement to Brazil.

Sit back and watch firsthand the key differences then you tell me: Are brothas crazy for leaving the matrix USA or should they put up with it?

Watch the Video

The video is 18 minutes long but I want to present this video to you in the middle of the action.

Starting at 11:00, you are listening to exhibit B arguing with Charles Tyler (the man in the Steelers jersey) and another escaped Matrix USA survivor about why Black men should put up with the hell in the United States.

Suddenly, you will see Exhibit A grab Charles Tyler’s attention and hand him what appears to be a caprihina. She is very slim and beautiful. Charles Tyler cannot help but interact with this beautiful Brazilian lady as she shows off her feminine energy while playing touching and flirting with Charles.

Meanwhile, you notice Exhibit B’s appearance. She is argumentative, dyes her hair red, and refuses to make peace with her Black American brother.

After a few magical moments, Charles Tyler and Exhibit A finish talking and she walks off gracefully to another part of the beach. You notice Charles Tyler’s demeanor change in an instant as he rejoins the energy draining argument about why black men should shut up and stay in the United States where Black American women want them to remain.

Case Study Results

Here’s a few takeaways from this experiment.

Black American Women are (not all but mostly):

  • Bossy
  • Argumentative
  • Controlling
  • Disrespectful
  • Loud
  • Angry
  • Wanna be men

Black Brazilian women are (not all but mostly):

  • Kind
  • Attentive
  • Submissive
  • Feminine
  • Peaceful
  • Happy
  • Women as God’s created them

There you have it folks!

What more do I need to say? Watch the video yourself and you know exactly why Black men travel to brazil. If it’s not clear, then I will spell it out for you.

Black Brazilian Women are REAL women who love being women!

Most Brazilian women love showing off their feminine nature and cater to black men like kings.

Meanwhile in the United States, I see black women treating black men like slaves, servants, sperm donors, human dildos, and a walking wallet.

The difference is like day and night.

If you are a black man and are sick and tired of the BS in Matrix USA, then come to Brazil brotha!

Here’s a few steps you can take:

  1. Get your passport!
  2. Join Charles Tyler’s Brazil Facebook Group to connect with your peers.
  3. Read my guide to making money and finances in Brazil
  4. Start with a 7 day trip. Get your feet wet first.
  5. Buy my Rio de Janeiro for Beginners guide at Amazon for only $3!
  6. Book your plane ticket and rent an apartment by the beach using Rio Rentals for Less.
  7. Enjoy your trip.

It’s that simple, brothas. I want to make things easy for you.

If you have any questions, let me know in the comments or send an email to:

Your friend,



  1. Tarik, you should also check out my newest release – “Black American Men and Brazilian Women” on It is receiving rave reviews. Also, I post regularly to Charles Tyler’s group concerning cross-cultural relationships.

  2. what's crazy to me is women in the US who act like the women in rio are called whores and slut-shamed.double standrds…

  3. I have never replied to anything before; however, this time is a must. Black women have to be strong and have to be in control. Unfortunately, Black women have to be this way because we (most) of the time…are the bread winners, the backbone, the foundation, the peace, the motivator. Why? It is because of our history, and what we have to do in the present. The lack of strong Black fathers, who have either left before the child was born or during. Those who have cheated, and decide to leave one family and start a new one. We have to endure for our families. I give credit for the beautiful, strong, Black family men out there, who are putting it down. Please, believe you need to check your facts a little more.

  4. woowww instead of uplifting us like we always do for yall this is what we get. black women in brazil and america are beautiful. they are both black, you will see black women who are bossy in brazil and women who are submissive in america. these were based off stereotypes and a few women you have met. smh. brazil is cool but the police brutality out there is wayyy worse than in America .

  5. The Black American women that are shown are fully clothed and married but the Black Brazilian women are single and wearing bikinis. The Black American women must be doing something right since they are married; although the American women featured aren’t the best examples to use.

    • Once again, a series of broad-sweeping, culturally intolerant generalizations. A comparison of “fully clothed” vs. “wearing bikinis,” as though that is some indication of moral status. What must be understood is that different cultures have different standards for dress. American women have been indoctrinated to accept and practice Victorian values handed down from Great Britain. On the other hand, Brasilian women have been socialized to accept and practice Portuguese values handed down from Europe. Another interesting difference that impacts this practice is the climate. For the most part, the climate in the U.S. is cold, wet, damp except for California (by the way, many women can been seen in Bikinis in Southern California in stores, malls, in just about all of the beach cities) and the climate in Portugal is warm and close to the sea, scenic, almost tropical. The same is true for Brasil (especially the beach cities). Further, you don’t see Brasilian women running around in Bikinis in places like São Paulo, Gramada, or cities in Southern Brasil where it is cold and where there is snow. In my opinion, this is not something that reflects a very good comparison.

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