Forget about the Playboy Channel

For_man_31032005Cable provider Globosat premieres tonight For Man, the first ever all-Brazilian erotic gay channel. For Man will offer a selection of national and foreign gay porn available through pay-per-view or monthly packages, as well as a weekly show about entertainment and happenings throughout the country.

Uruguay ties up Brazil

BrasiluruguayEmerson scored the tying goal in the 68th minute as Brazil drew 1-1 with Uruguay last night and the Brazilians remained second behind Argentina in South America's World Cup qualifying race. Maybe they should spent less time in the jacuzzi.

The Week gets a new dancefloor

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Tomorrow São Paulo's new club The Week is opening its Winter Dance Floor, sort of a smaller club inside the huge complex. The walls have been built with 2,000 lights which change color according to the music (total 70s vibe), and there is even a fireplace in the lounge area.

News_5CFDA announced that John Bartlett, John Varvatos, and Ralph Lauren have been nominated as Menswear Designer of the Year.

What I want for Fall 2005


Brazilian designers start delivering their Fall collections this month, and since I am going to Brazil in a couple of weeks, am already thinking of some little things that I might wanna invest in while am there (to support the national industry). I loved everything by British Colony and Osklen... And this time around Mr. Herchcovitch put on a great men's collection, with a lot of good and easy pieces.

Big Gay Brother

Final_4Wow... Last night Jean became the first gay guy to win the fifth edition of Big Brother Brasil. Jean came out in the early stages of the show, and after being locked in a house for 90 days will be awarded R$1,000,000 (something like US$350,000). Good for him!

Back to Soccer (and the Jacuzzi)

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The Brazilian soccer team relaxed yesterday in their hotel in Montevideo. After a lame performance (despite the victory) against Peru last Sunday, the boys are getting ready to face Uruguay tomorrow and try to classify higher than Argentina for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

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