South America’s Only LGBTQI Surf Camp Makes Rainbow Waves

Surfing Instructor Capitão David leads LGBTQI surfers attending Gay Surf Brazil 2016. (Photo: Courtesy of Brazil Ecojourneys)

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12 Places To Go In 2016

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From Ireland to Iran, Girls That Roam Selected These 12 Countries As The Top Destinations To Journey To In 2016 by Heather Cassell and Super G Oh there are so many places to go that it’s really hard to pick and choose just 12. Why not be able to go everywhere? Well,

Surcharge Smack Down for Brazilian Overseas Shoppers

By Heather Cassell Brazilians traveling abroad aren’t going to be too happy with their credit card statements as of Saturday. Brazilian officials announced the government has implemented a 6 percent tax increase from .38 percent to 6.38 percent for credit card purchases made by Brazilians traveling outside of the South American country.

Toast of Rio, Transgender Models May Get Pushed Off the Catwalk?

by Heather Cassell A new documentary “Rio Fashion Week: Fashion Week Internationale” explores the phenomenon of how transgender models have carved a place in Brazil’s fashion industry and gained international acclaim. As the city ratchets up the global ladder to claim its place at the top 10 of the world’s financial centers at