While I was poking around my favorite film blog, Shadow & Act, I ran across a story about a Brazilian TV show that ran a special end of the world episode involving a white woman “becoming” a black woman to live out her dream of bedding a black man.

My first thought? What the hell? Seeing as interracial dating in Brazil isn’t taboo, I wondered why the woman didn’t just set out on her quest to sleep with a black man as herself. But this was for TV, and I’m guessing the producers wanted to add an extra twist to make the show more entertaining.

Gatas Negras of the blog, Black Women of Brazil gives a few more details about the show:

On the November 29th episode of Brazil’s Globo TV program Como aproveitar o fim do mundo (How to take advantage of the end of the world), actress Aline Moraes’s character Kátia artificially darkens her skin and dons an afro wig to “become” a black woman. Why? In Globo’s own take on the end of the world craze, Kátia wants do everything she hadn’t managed to do in her life up to that point including fixing the errors. So what does this have to do with looking like a black woman? Check out how the blog called Belezas Negras explained it in a post called “Black Face e o fim do mundo na TV Globo (Blackface and the end of the world on Globo TV)”:

“Globo TV tries to spread the in-vogue belief in the end of the world on the cabalistic day of 12/21/2012, a touch of anticipated spectacle on the couch.

“In its parody of the end of the world on TV, the series Como aproveitar o fim do mundo (How to take advantage of the end of the world) presents an episode in which a white actress, Aline Moraes, is made up as a black woman in order to accomplish one of her “last desires”: to fuck a black man. I used the word “fuck” because I find it more consistent with the final moment in time, straight up with no sweetener or false morality! After all, she only has a short time to accomplish the act.

“In the minds of the authors, by the fictional scene they created, this is one of those things that they believe some white women want at the last minute. The critical conclusion that they ultimately reached is consistent with the policy and standard imagery that Globo TV and its clan of writers commonly produce and exhibit through racist stereotypes offered to the public as entertainment.”

While Globo TV’s show may not have been explicitly racist, it certainly was in bad taste.  And considering Brazilian TV lacks substantial black representation, in spite of the fact the country has the largest black population outside of Nigeria, Globo TV’s decision to depict a white woman “becoming” a black woman simply to sleep with a man was even more problematic.

Check out a clip from the show and let us know what you think.

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl Dee

    Like she needed to don blackface in order to have sex with black men….

  • http://tontonmichel.tumblr.com/ Tonton Michel

    Well I guess Brazil is still a work in progress….

  • Yb

    Right?

    Making herself look more black probably hurt her from her goal then helped.

    Just saying.

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl mypointiz…

    especially not a thirsty azz black man!

    but this is no surprise. black men like you will fukk anything light with a slit, just for the sake of gloating.

  • http://gravatar.com/jamesfrmphilly jamesfrmphilly

    these people clearly have too much free time on their hands….

  • Medusa

    What the fucking fucking fuck?
    Also, “While Globo TV’s show may not have been explicitly racist, it certainly was in bad taste.”
    In what universe is this NOT explicitly racist?

  • Mr. Man

    Unfortunately this is true of many many men but of all ethnicities. And unfortunately its also very true of many many women of all ethnicities as well. For every nasty dude doin any female with a slit theirs a nasty woman under these same dudes who carries on the same.

  • Mr. Man

    My comment was in response to ‘mypointiz’

  • Hmmmmm

    I can’t be the only one thinking she looks much more attractive “black”?

  • EST. 1986

    “For every nasty dude doin any female with a slit theirs a nasty woman under these same dudes who carries on the same.”

    ‘Any female with a slit’, huh? I would hope men aren’t so desperate as to have sex with animals because that is against the law.

  • Allie

    OK! I smelt bullshit as soon as I saw this post.

  • Beautiful Mic

    Pure sickness

  • Beautiful Mic

    Looking like a biracial brown skinned…

    She proved not one point…

    I want to slap her.

    Let her go out looking like Ester Rolle (her ass can’t do that) and her experience will be different because a lot of black men don’t want women with that deep/strong see of sub-Saharan features.

  • Beautiful Mic

    What they’re trying to say is that there is no phenotype discrimination going on directed towards black women, by black and non-black men. It’s all in our heads.

    They think they’re slick.

  • leelah

    I think you’re right. I watched the clip and was confused. As a white woman, she has a black man in her life. she comes home and he comes out of the bathroom pleasantly surprised by her dressed up as a black woman.–could it be that her fantasy isn’t to sleep with a black man but to be/play as a black woman. Is this like a modern day ‘black like me’ thing?–so will black face liberate this woman sexually(considering all the myths about black female sexuality)?

  • leelah

    I have no issue with your comment and didn’t even bother to give it a thumbs down. But I think u got so many downs because the story is outlandish and offensive but you made a surface level comment that just by-passed all that seriousness.

  • Yb

    I don’t see how her one comment represents black women but that just how some you silly males think.

    I think she disliked your comment because instead of denouncing the Brazilian actresses racist actions you ignored it and chose to praise her. I can only imagine what you would call a black woman who did the same thing you did but towards a white man.

    And I wish black men would expand their vocabulary beyond the word “bitter.” It makes you all look like braindead, illiterate children whose vocabulary is so limited that they cannot think of better words to express themselves.

  • leelah

    I watched the clip. It appears she already has a black man in her life. so doing a black man isn’t the point of this show. The point is this white woman is fulfilling her fantasy of being black.which supports one of the many stereotypes about whites dating blacks, they get to be part of black culture. this looks like a modern day ‘black like me’ show. –the offensive part will be the impending sexual liberation this chick undergoes as she is touched by that ancient black female spirit of heightened sexuality.–I wonder if they’ll show any racial discrimination moments or will she just be bed hopping and bouncing her hips the whole way through.

  • Yb

    This was directed to @hrdblackman.

  • Kacey

    TROLL ALERT!!! Ding Ding Ding!!! TROLL ALERT!!!!!

  • Mr. Man

    @hrdblackman

    Its because this is a place for bw and what I’ve come to notice is that if your not here praising them with every sentence you will be ‘down arrowed’dang near off the board. For instance, on page one I simply used the SAME discription the lady I responded to used and because I (a man) used her word I got negative hits.

    We are in their club house man so it is what it is.

    I just so happen to really enjoy all the clutch writers here (I have my favorites, Demetria and Britni being two) and the various perspectives, for this reason I read this board right along with CNN and will continue.

  • Tt

    If I were Bazillian, I’d be ashamed of my country right now.

  • Nic

    Seriously, she’d get way more black men by going out as her own white self…

  • Nic

    Pretty much. Any white chick that has the goal of bedding a black man isn’t going to have to try hard. She just needs a pulse. So yeah, she actually decreased the number of black men she can pull by going out as a brown skinned lady with a curly afro.

  • Nic

    If you are a black man, not sure how many of your brethren would co-sign that…

  • mr.vicious

    What ironic is that she is the polar opposite of a bw white a blonde weave and any light colored contacts looking for a WM…

    So why is one version bad and the other isnt.

  • mr.vicious

    Excuse me, my iphone typos

    What’s ironic is that she is the polar opposite of a bw with a blonde weave and any light colored contacts looking for a WM…

    So why is one version bad and the other isnt.

  • Sereen

    portuguese sounds so unattractive…just wow, it irks me when they speak

  • Anthony

    I have a feeling that us English speakers are losing something in translation here. The premise is dumb because “miscegenation” was never a legal issue in Brazil, although I am sure it was rare for a “well bred” white woman to end up with a black man. I am guessing that the character is trying to get a notion of blackness that she can only experience as “one of them.”

  • Kema

    Possibly… it’s may be different being a BW and dealing with a BM than being a WW. Im not offended. If anything it would be interesting to see other variations.

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    LOL But so true! I simply don’t understand this plan and don’t want too…

  • A.

    Pretty much what I was thinking. Latin America is extremely color-struck, and in some ways is even more regressive than the US in terms of race relations. I know I’m making a sweeping generalization here, but I have a difficult time believing that a stereotypical black Latin man would willingly seek out a brown-skinned “black woman” with an afro (bad hair, oh noes!) to sleep with. I agree with you, Nic. She didn’t need to put on makeup if that’s all she wanted to do.

  • MurkyEarth

    On a random note, I love that wig.

  • parachute

    Hi, as a portuguese speaking Brazilian, I understood the lines and just from the clip, the story seemed to be:
    The white girl already knew and liked this specific black guy, but he had told her that he was not attracted to her because she was “too white”. So she decided to surprise him dressing up as black, and he finds it funny and seems to appreciate the effort.

    Dressing up as black is not as condemned in Brazil as it is in the US, it doesn’t immediately say Racism to us as it does in America.

    So the story is not as horrible as it seemed, but the article is right when it mentions Globo’s underrepresentation and stereotyping of black people, not to mention our long history of racism.

  • http://www.facebook.com/anna.doe.397 Anna Doe

    Because we usually Brazil to the Rio Carnival with scantily clad black or mixed women, people whom live outside Brazil usually think that it’s easy to live as a black person there. There’s still a lot of discrimination going on against people of Africna descent as in Peru, Colombia or Bolivia and TV shows has a great responsibility in perpetuating some myths.

  • http://www.facebook.com/anna.doe.397 Anna Doe

    Sorry about the typos.

  • Chillyroad

    @YB

    Are you speaking from your own experiences with black men? Why do some black women love to talk about being rejects? Are you trying to shame black men or is it for pity? Or both? Either way it isn’t a good look. Stop telling the world that black women are even undersireable to their own men. This not the fate of every black woman, just you. For all other black women, they may face rejection (but do the bulk of rejecting) in favour of other black women.

    In the area of sexual attraction women are treated as individuals so stop all this “ugly black women” group think.

  • Chillyroad

    @mypointiz

    Your comment was extremely vulgar and hateful. Not sure why, at a site like Clutch, which pretends to cater to educated upwardly mobile progressive black women are you referring to other human beings as “light with a slit” and getting a bunch of thumbs up.
    I’m going to remember your comment and its popularity the next time someone bleats on about sexism racism and/or misogyny.

  • Chillyroad

    @mypointiz

    I just reported your comment for being racist and sexist and I hope Clutch deletes it because it has breached the comment policy.

  • Chillyroad

    You shouldn’t have responded to her comment because it was probably the most disgusting thing I have read on this site and it has more than a dozen thumbs up. I’m waiting for her comment to be deleted.

  • cupcakes and shiraz

    Right? LOL

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  • Beautiful Mic

    The fact the black identity/race is so loosely defined that non-black phenotype people of African descent are accepted into the race, is what has helped open things up for people of no sub-Saharan African lineage to be readily embrace/adopted into black culture. And, now, non-black, middle phenotype and racially ambiguous women and the preferred standard of beauty by, not just black men, but society at large (Halle Berry, Beyonce, Rihanna, Rita Ora, Paula Patton, etc…).

    This goes back to the article about the black actress who can’t find commercial work because she’s not black enough. But, then, the only way those with the other range of phenotypes are even represented in media is if they become caricatures of themselves, or are overweight and don’t exude sex appeal.

    This is psychological warfare.

    And this chick is from Brazil where they JUST instated a black racial category after many years have having no separate racial categories – supposed color blindness. And the darker/broader of the spectrum still got trampled on, but could not claim discrimination based on race. Yet, in the united states we’re supposed to embrace the idea of colorblindness and multi-raciality, and accept they loosely defined definition of what it means to be and look black, which does nothing to further discriminate against and ignore issues of the more marginalized segments of the black race, who are mostly darker in hue and less mixed in ancestry.

    F!ck all this b.s.

    Either you’re for the preservation of majority indigenous sub-Saharan ancestry and aesthetic traits our further descendants, and their equality, upward mobility and access to education with out all of this corruption and degeneration, or you’re not.

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl mypointiz…

    LOLOL!!!!

    Take your butthurt azz on somewhere…most of your comments that yo u spew on this site need to be deleted.

    still mad?….;)

  • http://gravatar.com/missinformation7 Ms. Information

    @ CHillyroad, the pot calling the kettle…you ALWAYS hit below the belt…report yourself too.

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl mypointiz…

    You’d make any excuse for your hard-on for white women, eh?

    No surprise there. Making your dikk the crux of your existence is typical of black males like you.

  • Yb

    It’s amazing how one can be as slow and naive as you. Face facts you naive little girl: In the Western world euro centric appearances are glorifies and favoured, and the closer to being ethnically white, the better.

    Amazing as a Hatian, whose country has a long standing history of colorism choses to deny it. It’s amazing how a woman who chose to marry higher on the racial hierarchy scale and not marry a black man wants to deny it. You even admitted to making fun of a childhood friend because she was “too dark”. But now want to act brand new.

    When I’m approached over dark skinned sisters who are clearly more beautiful me is an everyday reinforcement of this ideal. The fate of the “ugly black woman” fell on your lap when you couldn’t find an AA man to marry you and when your Hatian mother instilled colorism into your fragile mind.

    Your silly, untrue questions are just a pathetic attempt to deflect the fact that what I, Nic, and other commentators said was true. And the only one telling the world something about black women is you, whenever type letting us know how much you hate yourself.

  • Chillyroad

    @ms Information

    I stand by my comments. Please quote anything that I’ve said that comes close to that. Please!!! I have way more respect for myself.

  • Yb

    It’s amazing how one can be as slow and naive as you. Face facts you naive little girl: In the Western world euro centric appearances are glorifies and favoured, and the closer to being ethnically white, the better.

    Amazing as a Hatian, whose country has a long standing history of colorism choses to deny it. It’s amazing how a woman who chose to marry higher on the racial hierarchy and not marry a black man wants to deny it. You even admitted to making fun of a childhood friend because she was “too dark”.

    When I’m approached over dark skinned sisters who are clearly more beautiful me is an everyday reinforcement of this ideal. The fate of the “ugly black woman” fell on your lap when you couldn’t find an AA man to marry you and when your Hatian mother instilled colorism into your fragile mind.

    Your silly, untrue questions are just a pathetic attempt to deflect the fact that what I, Nic, and other commentators said was true. And the only one telling the world something about black women is you, whenever type letting us know how much you hate yourself.

  • Chillyroad

    A lot of these comments are embarrassing for me as a black woman. It’s like black women don’t know when they are cutting off their nose to spite their face. Some black women may enjoy shaming black men about their thirst for white women but they are also saying is that their own men don’t desire them.

    That’s not the image I want of myself as a black woman-shunned by men…even my own.

    I’m a black woman. I’m desired by men especially, my own. That point is proven everyday in my own life. And because black women are so beautiful and black men desire us the most…they happen to have the best taste among men.

    The females of Clutch are a renegade minority of rejects.

  • ChillyRoad

    @Yb

    You sound emotionally unstable. Please dont refer to me as a little girl. I am an adult woman. You speak to me as I am speaking to you. Again, refer to the comment policy. I understand you believe you are above the law because you are an oppressed minority of black and female and blah blah blah but have some respect.

    Firstly, what does Euro centric standards of beauty have to do with anything? Even by those standards most dont reach it yet most manage to find loving happy relationships. Your ego is so big, your sense of entitlement so strong, you cant even envision a life where not every man has to love and put you on a pedestal.

    “It’s amazing how a woman who chose to marry higher on the racial hierarchy scale and not marry a black man wants to deny it.”

    But my husband isnt higher on my racial heirarchy and I certainly am not lower on his. Thats because we are emotionally and psychologically healthy. You cant accept that you are mentally and emotionally ill. Youre on a blog complaining about not being a standard of beauty? Other women are complaining about not being able to afford to feed their children or send them to school. Get a life.

    “You even admitted to making fun of a childhood friend because she was “too dark”.”

    Yes, as a child I made fun of a friend who was dark. I also made fun of a childhood friend who was light. Thankfully I am an adult now. Are you?

    “When I’m approached over dark skinned sisters who are clearly more beautiful me is an everyday reinforcement of this ideal.”

    And how do you know that you have? You dont know if that man or those men approached a dark skinned woman an hour before he approached you.

    “The fate of the “ugly black woman” fell on your lap when you couldn’t find an AA man to marry you and when your Hatian mother instilled colorism into your fragile mind.”

    Unlike most black women in IR relationships, mine isnt a reaction to African American men. I met a man and married a man. Thats it. Please dont speak about my mother.

  • Yb

    Dear God woman.

    I’ll would correct you once again, like I did before but it is impossible to communicate to someone who projects their short comings onto others, argue points one did not even make, and creates straw mans out of thin air, but then calls someone else crazy. Frankly you can’t argue with someone so deluded, such as yourself.

    Your so sick with loathing that you project your hate of black woman unto others, throughout various Internet forums, and yet have the nerve to call others sick and unstable. A woman who has been banned from a website multiple times, attempting to call some one else mentally ill and unstable. I never pitied or looked down upon something so much in my life. I’m just so extremely grateful that you are not a black woman of my ethnic group.

    I pray that during this holiday season you get the help you so desperately need and rid your self of your hatred and jealousy of American Black women.

  • Keepitreal

    Wow, I knew there was something “off” about this Icyroad character and this explains it. Hopefully, she will get much needed help for her issues.

  • Liz

    …It’s Haitian, dear. H-A-I-T-I-A-N.

  • http://gravatar.com/charisse41 charisse41Charisse

    Well…As the story goes he didnt like her because she wasnt dark enough. Ummmmmm… I know plenty of black men and they LOVE black women. The ons I know wouldnt dare tread the waters with just an average white women. *SHRUGS*

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl mypointiz…

    Yeah, yeah yeah. keep telling yourself that while most black women know the real truth.

    the days of gaslighting are over…

  • mr.vicious

    I take it you have a blonde weave and blue contacts by your response. This is not about me so please dont make it about me. Address the comment not a person you know nothing about.

  • Tallulah Belle

    Great response. As a woman with a similar background to @parachute, the look of the “white” woman is in no way more beautiful to men in Brasil than is what the actress is trying to achieve in “black face.” Unlike in the US, both types of women are quite beautiful and only considered “types” of beauty, and not hierarchies of beauty like the men on this site are suggesting. Brasil is known for its gorgeous black women, from afros to kinks to curls to straight waves. Big booties are hot too! They have a whole different thing going on over there. The ridiculous argument going on through thread isn’t even relevant there.

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl mypointiz…

    *crickets*

  • ChillyRoad

    @YB

    “Your so sick with loathing that you project your hate of black woman unto others, throughout various Internet forums, and yet have the nerve to call others sick and unstable.”

    Right, youre on a blog telling black women that black men dont want them yet I am projecting hatred of black women?

    “I’m just so extremely grateful that you are not a black woman of my ethnic group.”

    Judging by the comments made by black American women at this site (to which I am one) Im grateful too. Other women, other black women are going to school, securing wonderful employment opportunities, getting married, having children and raising a family. What are Black American women doing…? Stuck in a rut of self pity and anxiety of her own creation.

    “…rid your self of your hatred and jealousy of American Black women.”

    Im extremely jealous of the fact that I have other things to do than tell the world that black men dont want me.

  • Chrissy

    Are you sure Tallulah Belle?

  • Ebony

    Why do they have to pretend to be black? Won’t black men have sex with them anyway?

  • Kiki

    Does this women thinks it is so shameful for her to sleep with a black man, that she has to don a costume AND wait for the “end of the world”? I just can’t with people.

  • RObleu

    What is the sub-Saharan “phenotype”? Is there only one? As an African, I myself have been amazed by the ranges of facial features, hair textures, and skin pigmentation of indigenous sub-Saharan Africans (as well as Africans as a whole). This is why in discussions concerning the way Africans look, it is important to remember that our view was greatly shaped by the trans-Atlantic slave trade, which involved ethnic groups from very specific areas of the continent.

  • Danielle

    Everyone is so fascinated with BLACK people! People need to get their lives!

  • isolde3

    @Tallulah Belle

    How do you explain the lack of representation of blacks (women/men) in Brazilian media if there are no hierarchies? I thumbed through “Gatas Negras” blog, and there were some interesting articles about interracial dating and black women’s media representation in Brazil that contradict what you’re saying.

  • p

    @Beautiful Mic

    I know a redheaded Nigerian from Lagos. I know an Igbo princess as fair as Beyonce….so, what are you on? Your every post is about the one drop rule or whos Black or not, according to you of course. Get over it.That ship has sailed forever.EVERY Black family I have met here and the Caribbean have a multitude of shades…ALL BLACK. I embrace the one drop rule.

    That is all.

  • http://gravatar.com/arlette81 arlette

    That’s what i was thinking. Plus i hope her make up wares off during the ‘fucking’.

  • http://gravatar.com/ravsmith78 Ravi

    If Brazil was so post-racial, then I doubt their beauty industry would be so dominated by white women. Take a look at the beauty pageants and the top Brazilian models. And if big butts were so hot in Brazil, then why was the Brazilian best butt competition (yes, they actually have one) almost uniformly white and without a big butt?

    From what I have read, things are not so different there than they are here. White standards are idealized as the ultimate form of beauty, while other beauty standards are sexualized or fetishized.

    http://www.brobible.com/girls/slideshow/50-hottest-under-radar-brazilian-bikini-models

    where is the kinky hair? how about dark skin?

  • http://gravatar.com/asiainghana AJNYC

    Well there are men out there who do have sex with animals, specifically donkeys and it’s a part of the culture. If interested, and needless to say is NSFW, here is a short doc about men in Colombia who have relations with donkeys: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=_VKWLC87Uzw&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D_VKWLC87Uzw

  • Misty_Moonsilver

    This is really frickin’ stupid. And whats with that afro?? Is that the trademark hairstyle for black women now? Ugh.

  • http://gravatar.com/ravsmith78 Ravi

    Of course, because you know most every black man prefers white women. I’m sure the 88% of married black men with black wives are simply beside themselves with grief for not being able to get a white woman.

  • http://[email protected] Shariese

    Would yall stop tripping? There are plenty of black men who are attracted to black women. Where do you think all these black people came from. You sound like you have an inferiority complex. Not all black men or even the majority of black men are white women crazy.

  • http://[email protected] Shariese

    Chilly, you are misinformed. Black American women are making more money than Haitian black women. In fact black american women are in the white house married to president. The richest and most successful women in the world. Where is your Hatian Oprah or Rice. We on average make more money than you, live bettr than you and are more educated. Haiti is the one of the poorest countries in the world living off of handouts from other countries. And black American women have lower divorce rates ir than African and Carribean women. You are trying to get to the country for opportunity that black Americans made great while your quickly becoming the poorest countries. So please don’t act like all these black countries are better or in better positions than America because most of them are the poorest of the poor. Some of exceptions like Nigeria, but not Haiti.

  • BlackBettyInTheCity

    Let’s be real if she really wanted to sleep with a black man she would get more play if she just stayed white…they brotha’s will show up! LOL

  • Tara

    Keep thinking that and you will be devastated in the next 5 years or so. All of these black women who dont think a lot of black men are white women crazy.

  • Tara

    I dont understand why she dressed up as a black woman when she would probably get better treatment as a white woman from the typical black man. That was dumb. smh

  • Beautiful Mic

    European lineage has affected the West and Central African gene pool.

    I’m talking the indigenous pre-Colonial phenotype.

    The one-drop-rule is bulls!hit. It facilitates white hegemony and the gradual dilution of indigenous sub-Saharan African genetic and physical traits. That’s what you’re buying into by embracing the one drop rule. It’s by design and part of the psychological warfare set against us – having us embracing concepts the work against our collective existence.

    Race is a fool’s game.

  • http://gravatar.com/deechagirl mypointiz…

    shareice is just another mule trying to gaslight black women into thinking that black men are just glowing with affection for them.

    too bad reality says otherwise…

  • http://gravatar.com/keeb0 keeb0

    LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL SMH

  • ruggie

    “Where do you think all these black people came from.” common sense on the part of Shariese, thank you

  • http://www.facebook.com/foster.garvin Foster C. Garvin

    Your comments are missing the point, completely.

  • Hmmmmm

    I’m actually a woman. I’m sure Ravi the illusionist would agree though.

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