Brazil minas gerais women dating rules of engagement for dating a hockey player
Be impolite, and your skin color will be the first topic coming out someone's mouth.
Try to speak portuguese, you'll get more points with the people, and they'll enjoy trying to teach you a bit (after all you're brasilian and must speak portuguese! The ones I see, don't have much quality (would not bang).
Brasilians also, because they think that they are better than us, and we don't like that kind of shit, also because there was a huge "crime wave" from brasilian gangs a couple of years ago. To put this straight, if somebody lost something, the first suspect will be the gypsy in the room that might have stole it. Skinheads got their asses kicked several times, the most "important" one is in jail and almost all hangout places are closed.
Lots of guys might call you "Preto" (black/nigger) in front of you (never in a office setting).
i cant say for sure about portugal, from what i've seen on the internet (comments made by portuguese people,especially on youtube wich is a warzone between Pt's and Br's) they are very racist, even high status celebs like rihanna complained about the overt racism, just google racism in portugal When they do surveys of racism in Europe, Portugal is usually ranked number one for least racist (and Spain is one of the most racist).
IMHO Portuguese ppl are just more open to other races.
Here's a photo of the Arrábida Natural Park in PT: if you are black and you are looking for girls, why don't you go to Germany? btw I'm brazilian but think that any place you will rock if you game well...
I heard also that Portugal has lots of beautiful girls I'm Portuguese and I'm going to give my point of view: Yes, we are a little bit racist towards blacks and gypsies (not asian). Actually we might be a little bit bipolar about it. because gypsies are afraid of frogs, they won't go inside) Organized violence is almost nonexistent.
In rural PT you may find some hostility, since the older generation fought the 1961-1975 colonial war in the former African colonies of Angola, Mozambique, and Guinea-Bissau.In any case, I don't think racism is a serious problem in either country. Do you guys think I´m better off in Brazil or should I go for Portugal? If you want to learn Portuguese outside of work while taking lessons, etc..best bet would be Brazil of course as their dialect is much more prominent than the one in Portugal.Wait you have a Brazilian passport but don't know Portuguese too well? That would lead to much more opportunities hooking up with the local women, etc down there.He says that that's his color, so he doesn't really give a shit, so it can also depend on how sensitive to this you are.
(Unrelated but fun story, when obama was elected president, I was in a cruise and had dinner with an american guy that asked our opinion about obama. Her english isn't the best and she wasn't aware that the word is offensive for english speakers, because to us it isn't. Fun fact, she wass a teacher in a very difficult school (lots of refugees from africa) and everybody from students to parents liked her.Still 15 years later people come to her out of nowhere to say hello and thank her) If a portuguese guy doesn't like you, he will probably just not bother to speak with you.