The LGBT Group of Brasília has organized an online campaign against the ban on gay blood donors. The current law in Brazil states that any man who has engaged in sex with another man in the 12 months prior to donating blood is prohibited to do so.
Check out pictures of the Transfer street art exhibit on display at Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo.
Keith Haring - Selected Works, featuring 94 works by the artist never before seen in Brazil, opens on July 31 at Caixa Cultural São Paulo. The exhibit is presented by Litmedia Productions, and runs until September 5. After that, the exhibit will move to Caixa Cultural Rio de Janeiro from September 28 to November 14.
Brazilian Day In New York will be taking place on Sunday, September 5th, with performances by Zezé Di Camargo and Luciano, Carlinhos Brown, and DJ Marlboro.
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