Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Brazilians Made It Clear, They Don't Want Gays

Brazil is proud to be ranked as the world’s deadliest place for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people and they made it clear in the on-going Olympic games in Rio.

During the the American women's opening soccer tournament against New Zealand, the tiny crowd of 9,556 inside hulking Estadio Mineirao began entertaining itself after they found that there are some gays in the team.

First it tried the wave. Then it chanted "Zika!" every time famous anti-virus crusader U.S. keeper Hope Solo attempted a goal kick.

But that was no fun. Fans then chanted homophobic slurs and other insults at various teams, which made the day. "Bicha", Brazilian-Portuguese for "gay" was hear.

Team USA's Megan Rapinoe and coach Jill Ellis are openly gay, as is New Zealand’s Katie Duncan.

Considering the Games are international, the exact meaning of the chants is open to interpretation: "Bicha," in Brazil, usually refers to men, and is the equivalent of f*ggot. But it means "bitch" in Puerto Rico, where "bicho" means "dick."

For those who were confident before of claiming that Brazilians are supporting the LGBTs, better think again, BICHA!

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