A side-by-side look at how Bolsonaro and Haddad view women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community based on everything they say—or don’t say—in their administrative proposals.
The country’s contemporary R&B is a blend of American trap with regional rap, funk, and pagode.
From the first coffee of the day to removing makeup before bed, we spent the day with a Mackaylla, a drag queen at São Paulo's vibrant pride parade.
The feast of Saint Bilibeu empowers indigenous Brazilians to reclaim a precolonial identity and to protect their land.
The recent arrest of Marcelo Valle Silveira Mello shows that incel culture isn’t easily stopped—and it doesn’t always go by the same name.
Forty percent of Maurício dos Anjos' body is now covered in the black and red stripes of his team, Flamengo.
Pictures of the annual festival that honors Iemanjá, the most popular deity in the Candomblé and Umbanda religions.
“Back in the day, the Carnival wasn’t about a stereotypical body [type] or look. This is something new that came from the media and from marketing"
A Kafka-esque battle for downtown space has put Brazil’s electronic music collectives and established nightclubs on opposite teams.
From esports to eduction, how developers and players are trying to create opportunity and accessibility for Brazilians who are hard of hearing.
Filmmaker and photographer João Wainer talks about the years he spent taking pictures of what was once the largest prison in Latin America.