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Extremis duae

Gram Ponante
I have been to Brazil a few times, but not, alas, as a sex tourist. The only people I came into contact with were the hardworking folk of churrascarias marveling at my ability to keep my disc on the green side and homeless people with no legs propelling themselves around the cities on little carts and trying to get my attention by hissing at me.

If one only read porn sites (and, unfortunately, that is exactly the case for most of you), one would think the hillsides and favelas of Brazil were crawling with trannies. That is not true.

Platinum Blue's Latin Extreme 2 shows another Brazil; a Brazil in which manoc-and-caipirinha-infused hotties work longer hours for less money, with the only tradeoff being that their voices are unsettlingly deeper. All Brazilian women have deep and smoky voices; it is part of the country's Constitution.

If you'd like to know more about Brazil and how that country is the only former colony in the Americas that gained its independence without a revolution, click here.

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