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Brazil/Portugal: Homophobia and the “Apparent Invisibility” of LGBT

On the blog No que tange, Maycon Lopes shares [pt] his experiences of being a homosexual in Brazil, where homophobia “motivates terrible killings”, and compares to situations he faced while living in Portugal for a year: “Portuguese society isn't violent […] however gays aren't so on sight”. He felt an “apparent invisibility” of LGBT in the country.

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