Festive strippers and drag in the heart of the gay Largo do Arouche neighborhood. Continue reading Bar Queen
The biggest and the best in São Paulo! Continue reading The Week
Follow that fabulous line down Frei Caneca to one of São Paulo’s most popular clubs. Highly recommended on Thursdays and Sundays. Continue reading A Lôca
Nightlife institution with world-famous theatrical performances. Continue reading Blue Space
⛔ 8/28/2017 — After 10 years, one of our favorites has closed its doors. Barão da Itararé, like its phenomenal caipirinhas was good to the last drop.
Continue reading Barão da Itararé
Discotheque remains the most popular option for men over 50. Continue reading ABC Bailão
Hipster hot spot on the edge of downtown São Paulo. Continue reading L’amour Night Club
Loved by locals. Fridays are extra-fun. Continue reading Bofetada Club
The world’s largest LGBT pride parade in São Paulo Brazil will commemorate its 20th anniversary with a focus on transgender rights. The Parada do Orgulho LGBT de São Paulo is scheduled for Sunday, May 29, and will fill the streets of South America’s largest city. (In 2013, parade organizers estimated over 5 million revelers from across the globe converged on the city’s parade.)
The decision to spotlight transgender rights in 2016, according to the Association of the LGBT Pride Parade [in Portuguese] is to both recognize the role of transgender individuals in the fight for LGBT rights, and to gain momentum in the push for Brazil’s Gender Identity Law. This new legislation (named for João W Nery, Brazil’s first declared male transsexual) is currently under review.