Success story from Brazil! (with pics)
After years of social isolation and sexual frustration in America (Chicago), I have found a place where I can relax, be myself, and women are attracted to me. I just don't VIBE with most American women, whereas here in Rio things are more free-flowing for me. I'm affectionate by nature and the women are more receptive because affection is the culture down here.
As I stated before in a previous post, in America Black men are considered the bottom of the social totem pole and the last dating option among non-Black women, but here in Rio, American Black men are at the top (or close to it). Sure, Iâ€™m fully aware that there are some women down here that look at American men and see money, but thatâ€™s certainly not the case for all.
Here are some of the main differences I notice between Brazilian women and American womenâ€¦
1.) Brazilian women donâ€™t have the hangups about sex that many American women do. Brazilian women see sex as just part of their lifestyle and their humanity, whereas American women see sex as something that they do IN EXCHANGE for something. Brazilian women just want to get a nut, American women see sex as something that they GIVE and a man TAKES.
2.) Brazilian women are more feminine. You rarely see or encounter any butch bitches down here.
3.) Brazilian women are more affectionate. Tongue kissing upon the first few minutes of meeting you is no big deal if she likes you.
4.) Brazilian women don't have as much ATTITUDE and are more approachable.
5.) Brazilian women take better care of their bodies. You donâ€™t see too many fat girls down here.
6.) Their feminine hygiene is exquisite, as opposed to the number of stinky American women Iâ€™ve encountered. Iâ€™ve yet to encounter a smelly girl in Rio.
7.) Brazilian women donâ€™t play nearly as many head games. If a woman likes you, sheâ€™ll have no problem expressing it, whereas your typical American woman will hold back her interest for fear of being perceived as needy or slutty.
8.) Brazilian women treat you better. Now, some may say "oh, they just want a green card." No. Many of them don't want to leave Brazil and Rio in particular. I don't blame them. Why would they leave this magical place to enter a workaholic, racist society that is the United States?
I canâ€™t count how many times women down here have called me "lindo" (beautiful) and some of the looks I receive in the streets from various women. What a turnaround!
Iâ€™m grateful that I had the courage to STEP OUT of the energetic prison called America and see a totally different perspective on women and LIFE. Many Brazilians are poor, but they know how to LIVE LIFE!
This place is magical. Iâ€™m going to make a few more trips down here, and if I continue to have good experiences, I will have a MAJOR decision to make on whether or not I should continue to call America my home. Iâ€™m saddened at the prospect of coming back home to America. Below are a few pictures...
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Met this girl on the street when I was walking home from the bar at 2AM. She bought me a few beers at the store, we talked, and we went to the beach. 30 minutes into our conversation, she confessed that she liked me and that she wanted to make love to me. She just came right out and said it. Unfortunately something came up and she had to leave, but she was sad and her eyes were watery. This scenario would never happen in America with most guys, including me.
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