Any mention of Brazil brings up images of bikini tan lines on bubble butts at the beach. Brazilian women have reached near mythical status among single men with an interest in travel and women.
I don’t want to shatter that image but the reality of Brazil is different from the one presented by the media. Images of half naked girls dancing the streets during the Rio Carnival gives the impression of carefree and sexual cultures.
The truth about Brazilian women is a little more complicated and I’ll explain why in this article.
I’ll start with a breakdown of what Brazilian girls are like, then explain what type of game and look you need to be successful followed by how to put that game into practice.
In a supposedly “post-racial” society, there is no typical Brazilian. You’ll see every type of girl for your tastes: African, Asian, White, Amerindian, and everything in-between.
Brazilian women have a well deserved reputation for having amazing bodies and skin tones but the faces can be lacking sometimes. Typically, girls will have big butts and small boobs and compared to Colombian women (who have prettier faces) there is a greater variety of looks in Brazil.
If you are from the US, you’ll be shocked by the amount of effort Brazilian women put into their appearance; they take it to another level. Of course there are a few frumpy, poorly dressed Brazilian women but far fewer than you’ll find the US.
If you are just looking at images of Brazilian girls online, you are only getting half of the story. What makes them sexy is what you can only see in person: their attitude, body language, sensuality, etc. You have to go to Brazil and interact with these girls to fully comprehend. It’s the personality of Brazilian women that is so intoxicating and what sucks men in and makes them return year after year.
While girls in the West who are below a 7 have given up on life and being attractive, every Brazilian girl (even a 5 or a 6) will ooze sexuality. Knowing how to have sex in Brazil is as natural as skiing is to a Scandinavian.
If a Brazilian girls likes you, they will be open about showing it. Public display of affection are very common and mind games are unnecessary with the women of Brazil.
Now that we’ve covered the fundamentals regarding Brazilian women, you’ll need to know what areas of Brazil you should target for maximum results.
The South of Brazil is generally whiter and wealthier but this comes with a downside which is higher obesity levels. If you like white girls, focus your efforts on the South.
Girls in the North of the country are darker and you will have more exotic value as a white guy but you will need solid Portuguese to communicate.
Update October 2019:
This northern area is the area of Brazil that is sort of…well, Amazonian.
I was recently watching 90 Day Fiance, and they had a blue-eyed, pasty white American guy from Kentucky with a girl who was from Manaus. Which, as you can see from below, is truly in the middle of nowhere. It takes days to traverse anywhere along the river, and while I know American TV isn’t the best indicator of how things really are, let’s just say it is nothing like what you would see in a Fast and the Furious type of movie.
Brazil is vast but most newbies will visit either Rio or Sao Paolo:
Rio De Janeiro
Of course, if you choose to adventure outside of Rio or Sao Paolo, there’s a decent chance you might have a completely different experience. Outside of the two major cities, Brazilian women tend to be much more conservative than what’s normally depicted in the Hollywood movies. It tends to be more social-circle based, and you won’t see everyone hooking up for the sake of hooking up.
“Game in Brazil” is somewhat of an oxymoron because of the direct and sexually liberal culture. You’ll learn a lot watching Brazilian naturals; those guys are aggressive so you won’t win any points for pussy footing around with the local women.
I once had a “game off” with a Brazilian guy in Bogota over a Colombian girl. I gamed the girl for a while, then left to work the room and talk to more girls. The Brazilian guy stuck to her like glue all night.
I got more numbers, he got the one girl he wanted.
As I’ve mentioned in other articles on how to game Latinas: cocky-style game backfires in Latin America and especially in Brazil. In the US, when a girl asks you a question, you’ll make her jump through some hoops to get the answer. For example:
Basic Bitch: How old are you?
El Conquistador: Too old to answer that question/Why? Are you looking for a sugar daddy?
Basic Bitch: What do you do?
El Conquistador: Circus Clown
Cut that out in Brazil and don’t overgame.
Give Latina women a straight answer otherwise you will come across as a dick.
One more thing: don’t make the mistake of going to Brazil expecting being white or being a gringo to be enough. Be prepared to dress well, dance well, approach a lot, and most importantly…
Knowing Portuguese is a huge advantage in Brazil because it shows that you are interested in a Brazilian woman and her culture – and separates you from all the other gringos who come down hunting for girls.
Corollary to the above: if she wants to move away and live in the US or Europe with you, she won’t give two hoots about your Portuguese level.
Now I know that many guys will have neither the time nor the inclination to learn Portuguese, so here are my tips for monolinguals:
Brazil is an outward-looking culture and welcoming to visitors so the locals will be friendly enough to talk to you during the day (in comparison to people in large western cities) but they will be on their guard because street muggings are a common occurrence.
I recommend opening in Portuguese (even if it’s basic) because opening in English comes across as pompous. Ask her early in the interaction if she speaks English as this directs the conversation towards your objectives:
“Você fala inglês?”
(You can get an idea of the quality of girls online by signing up for a free account at Brazil Cupid.)
You’ll need stamina (or copious amounts of Red Bull) because the party starts late and you’ll still be going till 5-6am.
Here are a few points to keep in mind when gaming in Brazilian clubs:
If you do manage to pull from a club or a date, you’ll want to know all about…
Having sex with a Brazilian girl is an experience that every red-blooded male should experience at least once.
Firstly, there are rarely any hot-cold head games to deal with and LMR is hardly an issue.
Secondly, Brazilian girls are great dancers and have a natural rhythm in their bodies that makes them great both on the dance floor and in the bed. Brazilian men themselves would enjoy these fruits more but they mess it up by pushing too hard for sex—“be sexual but not horny” is your mantra.
Also, for those of you who are fans of entering by the back door, anal sex is more popular in Brazil than in other Latin country. If you need convincing, Brazilian people are some of the cleanest on the planet and usually shower three times per day.
However, remember that Brazilian women are often unwilling to jump into bed quickly so you might have to do some dating to get her invested.
In that case, here is some advice on…
Do Brazilian girls make good girlfriends?
The answer is, as always:
You take the good with the bad…
Don’t believe the hype about Brazil being a pussy paradise where you can pull a group of 8’s and above with no status. This is only true if you are paying for it.
Having said that, it’s still awesome place with amazing women and I’m itching to get back.
This has been a guest post by my pal El Conquistador, the master of Latin America.
PS: If you’re ready to book your plane ticket, make sure you hop on Brazilian Cupid so you can have girls ready to meet when you arrive.
As far as safety in Brazil, I thought it would be helpful to share a snippet from this post, which was written by a European girl who spent time in Brazil during the summer of 2019.
It’s nothing like Europe, that is for sure!
One of the big things was that you can’t walk down the street without watching your surroundings. It took me two weeks before I even dared come out of the house with earphones in! I didn’t want anything to distract me from a possible attacker.
On my very first day, I went out to explore Sao Paulo by myself.
I didn’t tell my parents (because they would have freaked out) and I did not have a Brazilian phone number. It seems like a pretty solid plan to get murdered but I did ask a Brazilian friend of mine (from back home) if the neighbourhoods I wanted to visit were safe.
I didn’t have any problems with safety—not in Sao Paulo, not even in Rio de Janeiro. I went to Rio with a group of five girls and one of them was a maniac on safety. She wouldn’t even want to get Ubers with us—she would only trust one taxi because her hosts knew the lady personally!
I didn’t go to such lengths and it was still fine.
The main thing is to mind your surroundings and to only go to areas that are safe. Usually, those are the wealthier neighbourhoods. If someone attacks you—just hand them everything. The bad guys in Brazil have guns, your pocket knife won’t impress them.
When it gets dark, automatically assume that it gets less safe.