Tag Archives: Beauty from B

Trials and ponderations

Being outspoken has never propelled me to produce speech that is a proper portrait of my inner self.

Why ponder and pry into my principles only to prefer to remain silent?

I’m betraying my best interests.


Everything changes: unexpectedly, undoubtedly, delightfully.

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This is my second most important imaginary love.

Unfortunately, I didn’t meet him in São Paulo last month.

But that day will come.

Or so I wish.

Meeting beauty

While in São Paulo, I met Marlon Teixeira.

He’s sweet, shy and funny.

I’m in heaven.

(video: Marlon and Jamie Wise  directed by Nicolas Valois for Soon International)



They say gay people are narcisistic.

They say gay people are shallow.

They say gay people worry too much about looks.

They say gay people think too much about sex.

And you know what? It is true; but what a lovely, refreshing break from real life.

Meet Marcos & Márcio Patriota, two twin beauties from B and understand why it is not that bad, at all, to appreciate it:

A brief teaser of the upcoming issue of Made in Brazil Magazine.

What a break from yesterday’s seriousness, isn’t it?



or that:

Or both in a lover’s sanctuary?

No free time this weekend.


I’m tired and hung over.

My brain needs sugar and my eyes need candy. Hence:

Brazilian model Natan Machado (Ford Models). Pictures by my friend Daniela Nogueira.

Via MadeInBrazil.


There is a certain regard that always catches my attention. It’s inexplicable and I cannot pinpoint what it is that makes feel even more attracted to a specific type of beauty.

All I know is that guys like German-Brazilian Anderson Weisheimer have it:

Pure beauty.

Via MadeInBrazil.


The new issue of Made in Brazil magazine is now on sale.

A sneak peek:

The best of Brazilian beauty.

False hope

I used to think that false hope was something bad.

Now I think it spices up one’s life in a splendid delusional way.

Liking Looking

Looking at Francisco Lachowski is always so soothing:

I feel brand new, right about now.

The political power of Beauty

Ever since I was a teenager I have the habit of following the news, avidly.

Having lived abroad on multiple occasions, it is part of my routine to read news regarding those countries directly in the local media.

Reading the French news today I was greatly disappointed to see that the extreme-right candidate for the presidency, Marie Le Pen (daughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen) would win the elections if they were held today.

The Front National has a much derogatory view on immigration, which is considered, I quotethe source of most of the bad things that make France suffer“.

Europe’s chronic inability to cope with diversity is beginning to take a scary turn, and not only in France.

With a friendly looking Marie Le Pen, the party has gotten a lot of strength feeding on people’s prejudice and racism, also fueled by the economic crisis that has swept the Old Continent.

Since people respond in an undeniably positive way to beauty, here are some male models whose undisputable beauty would not be available had immigration been controlled as parties like the Front National would like it to be:

And an Arab-looking Beauty from B, Micky Ayoub:

Naive are those who ignore the power of Beauty.

Even for politics.

Birthday wish (one day too early)

There are two Brazilian models I love like a teenager; one is Francisco Lachowski and the other is the out-0f-this-world sexy Marlon Teixeira.

He would be my perfect birthday present (due for tomorrow).

Easily confused

Can (homo)sexuality and religion ever be combined?

A Beauty from Brazil meets a great artist from Argentina.

Daniel Wollmer and León Ferrari.

Conclusions can be drawn freely.

But let us not be narrow-minded.



I don’t know about you guys, but for me the beginning of a year is always a time of sincere hope and optimism.

I always believe things will be brighter and more cheerful and my bag is usually filled with the most exciting, wildest projects (which do tend to come true, mind you) for the twelve months to come.

Thus for this new year, here’s a new face:

Brazilian model Walmir Birchler.

Ok, he’s not actually that new in the business, but his looks are.

It would be lovely if 2011 turns out to be all about reinvention.

Fingers crossed.