Miguel, Gisele, And The Architecture Of Sex


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Brazilian surf culture imitates nothing and no one. Those who fix their Western Gaze on the country’s idiosyncratic and vibrant aspects have a tendency to chafe at its non-conformity rather than celebrating its distinctiveness. As writer Charlie Smith argues, resisting is useless: Brazil is the future of surfing.