Deborah Almeida · June, 2011

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Latest posts by Deborah Almeida from June, 2011

Brazil: “SlutWalk” Throughout the Country in Images

  19 June 2011

Holding banners, posters and mottos, "sluts" from cities throughout Brazil rocked the streets and made the society think about gender opression. The movement is inspired by the SlutWalk in Canada last April, to stop exploitation of the female body and the culpability of women for being sexually assaulted.

Brazil: Jokes About Rape and the Limit of Humor

  8 June 2011

Rafinha Bastos, a famous Brazilian stand-up comedian, has raised significant controversy by declaring in a show that women who claim they have been raped are often ugly and should be thankful. The blogosphere has been discussing the limits of humor and political incorrectness.

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