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BRAZIL

Male to Male relationships: Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: No law
Female to Female Relationships: Legal
Age of consent: Equal for heterosexuals and homosexuals
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: Equal/almost equal substitute nationally recognized

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Traveled to BRAZIL with a partner? Did your hotel or guesthouse react to your sexual orientation?

The majority of people visiting this site have said I felt uncomfortable at my hotel

I stayed at a gay or lesbian hotel (0 %) It was not an issue at the hotel (33%) I felt uncomfortable at my hotel (33%) I was refused accommodation because of my sexual orientation (33%)

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Anjelina (user currently living in ECUADOR) posted for readers in response to this story on 12/10/2013 +0
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Anjelina (user currently living in ECUADOR) posted for readers in response to this story on 12/10/2013 +0
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If homosexuals<a href="http://xghvnhsmlxq.com"> aectpced</a> that people don't mind them having a civil ceremony and a civil partnership and not insist on calling them a wedding' and a marriage' there would be much less opposition to them.Similarly, if homosexuals kept their sex-lives for the privacy of their own homes and not insist on kissing and groping in public, they'd be<a href="http://xghvnhsmlxq.com"> aectpced</a> into communities much more readily.It's as if they are trying to antagonise people, then they call them homophobes, bigots etc if they dare say anything against them.
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