Brazilian Clear

by admin on July 31, 2006

Brazilian Clear

Brazilian Clear

Brazilian Waxing Made Clear

Perhaps many of you are wondering what Brazilian waxing really refers to. Well, things could not be more simple: it is a kind of waxing that involves the bikini area. To be more precise than this, it means that the entire hair area from the buttocks and adjacent to the anus, perineum and vulva will be completely waxed away. For many years the Brazilian waxing style has been associated with females, but now it is a practice that many males engage as well. The name, you’ve guessed it right, comes from the country of Brazil, the place that it is most often associated with and from which the modern practice originated. After having one of these types of Brazilian waxing done, you will be left with a small line of pubic hair above the vulva, which is commonly referred to as a "G-Wax" or just "Brazilian".

Of course there are also other styles of Brazilian waxes that completely remove the pubic hair. These are either called 'Hollywood' or 'Sphinx' depending on the salon that particular person has visited. There will be plenty of times when this waxing style is called Full Bikini Wax or, for short, FBW.

The Brazilian wax started in Brazil, as there were many women who wished to be able to wear the trendy and sexy thong bikinis. This is the main reason why the Brazilian waxing gained so much in popularity together with the movie stars that did it too! The gay community also encourages the Brazilian waxing, but, at the same time, heterosexual males are doing it too, if they are a part in the bodybuilding and fitness community. There is no shame in wanting to look good!

Throughout history, this technique of waxing of the genital areas has been used, no matter the societies or the places around the world, such as in Ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt but especially in arid or desert, and mostly in Muslim and Arab countries. As a curiosity, the waxes back then were based on sugar and made with lemon, but some of them actually included oils and scents to make it easier, from the discomfort’s point of view.

Nevertheless, the practice of Brazilian waxing of the genital area is quite new to modern Western cultures, as the habit of waxing or even shaving the pubic area did start being frequently used until the last 20 years.

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What are the differences between Brazilian Portuguese & Portuguese from Portugal?

Please don´t copy stuff from webpages (I have read plenty of them and I still don´t have a clear answer)

What pronouns are common in each country? What are the differences in sounds, word order, word usage, etc?

I can give examples from general Latin-American Spanish and Spanish from Spain as what I hope to hear with BP and EP: the use of the "th" sound in the North and Central parts of the Peninsula vs. the seseo of Southern Spain and Latin-American; the leísmo and laísmo of Spain; the preferred use of ustedes in some regions and vosotros in others, etc.
I asked for details... please don´t tell me it is like British English and American English. WHAT does that tell me? (So, Portuguese say "lift" and Brazilians say "elevator"? OBVIOUSLY not)

There are many differences, as an example films from Portugal need to be subtitled when they are shown in Brazil, generally most brazillians almost can't understand portuguese from Portugal because the pronounciation is so different that they might as well be two different languages.
In a nutshell, brazillian-portuguese is very vowelized and portuguese from Portugal is definitely consonantal. That's also why portuguese from Portugal seems incredibly different from spanish (also vowelized) even though they are both latin based languages.

The opposite is not the same, though, most portuguese can uderstand a brazillian perfectly, maybe because so many brazillian soap operas are shown in the portuguese televisions. Very few brazillians (living in Brazil) have a good knowledge of Portugal or portuguese, Portugal is still imagined by the brazillians like it was 50 or 60 years ago, which corresponds to the last big wave of portuguese migration to Brazil. That's why the brazillians have many jokes about the portuguese being kind of rural, "rednecks", because most portuguese immigrants 60 years ago were poor simple country people. But of course the reality of modern, EU member Portugal is quite different and many brazillians suffer a cultural shock when they come to Portugal (we have a large brazillian community here).

Besides pronounciation the brazillians also borrowed, "adapted" a lot of words from english, for example, to check something in brazillian portuguese is "checar algo" whereas in portuguese from Portugal is "verificar algo".
The brazillians also don't have a distinct way of adressing someone in a formal or informal way besides adding the equivalent of "sir" or madam", "o senhor", "a senhora", they treat everybody with a neutral "you" like in english, meaning "você" and in Portugal we treat someone informally with a "tu" and someone formally with a "você" (not vosotros like someone said, that's spanish not portuguese).
These examples and the way brazillian portuguese borrowed many words from english instead of borrowing them from portuguese from Portugal are developed in the works of the brazillian linguist Lindley Cintra, for example.

Final note, Portugal's most famous poet, Fernando Pessoa, used to define brazillian-portuguese like "portuguese with sugar"...

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