The line up for the 2010 Chemical Music Festival in Rio has been released. The event will take place on September 25 at Marina da Glória, headlined by Joachim Garraud, Gustavo Bravetti, Stephan Bodzin, DJ Yoda, Kaskade, Claude VonStroke, and Azari & III.
Jesus Luz has signed with Record Entretenimento in Brazil to release his first album in April. The album will be called From The Light, and will be distributed by Warner Music.
ABGLT, the Brazilian Association of Gays, Lesbians, and Transgenders, has issued a statement about Big Brother Brazil's contestant Marcelo Dourado and his homophobic remarks on the show. According to ABLGT, Dourado's behavior on national television does nothing but contribute to the prejudice and discrimination against homosexuals, and reinforces the fact that in Brazil there is no punishment for the discrimination against gays, lesbians, and transgenders. Globo network has not yet addressed the issue, which makes me wonder: if a contestant in a show with an audience as massive as Big Brother were to get up from the dining table because he didn't want to hear about two black people kissing, what would the network do? And would it be okay for the same contestant to say that only black people get HIV? I don't think so. This should all serve as an incentive for the gay community in Brazil to get better organized and make sure the law that criminalizes homophobia is finally passed.
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