Getting naked to fight homophobia in Gay Brazil

It might surprise you to learn that Brazil is not a safe place for the LGBT+ community.

The figures speak for themselves: According to the Los Angeles Times homophobic or transphobic attacks in Brazil number close to one a day.

LGBT rights group Grupo Gay da Bahia revealed that in 2014 326 lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals were killed in attacks; with the highest number of deaths occurring in São Paulo state.

To capture the worlds attention and raise awareness about what is happening in Brazil Felippe Canale and his boyfriend Marlon Moro went down to one of São Paulo’s avenues – Avenida Paulista – and took their clothes off.

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