#PrideMonth – Welcome to Valley -Ep 4

Hello, guys

Today I’m here to continue the serie of videos, in this video of Welcome to Valley – Ep4, I gonna talk about Gender Identity

Do you know what Gender Identity is? There is 3 types of Gender Identity and in this video I’ll gonna tell you which are and the diference, so watch, like and comment about.

Just for note.

There are 3 Gender Identity

Cis-Gender, Transgender and No-Binarei

Leave here in the comments what you think of the video and send me on instagram DIRECT any doubts and questions you may have.

#PrideMonth – Welcome to Valley -Ep 3

Hello, guys

Today I’m here to continue the serie of videos, in this video of Welcome to Valley – Ep3, I gonna talk about biologic sex

In this video I’m gonna star to talk about the types of Biologic Sex and the importance to know the diference between them.

Just for note.

There are 3 Biologic Sex

Male, Female and Intersex

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#PrideMonth – Safest countries for LGBTQIA+

Hi guy, what’s up?

In order to continue the themes about the Pride Month, I’m here to show you what’s the safest countries in the world for LGBTQIA+

We know that Brasil is not a safe place if you are a LGBTQIA+ and now a days we have a government that share a lot of hate for all of us, because of this who have a good conditions and money leave this country in order to live in a safest place.

The classification of a country as safe for the LGBTQIA+ community takes into account the following requirements:

  • legalization of same-sex marriage;
  • right to adoption;
  • laws to protect and protect worker;
  • rights for trans people;
  • intersex rights;
  • criminalization of violence and intolerance against LGBTQI+ people.


Number one, containing anti-discrimination laws, legalization of marital union, permission for adoption, recognition of trans rights, LGBT marketing – in addition to not having, in general, none of the negative aspects, such as travel restrictions for HIV-positive people, religious influence, intolerance and others .


Although the country is not in the top 5 of Spartacus’ list, the country has legalized same-sex relationships since 1972, and it also allows marriage, adoption, and anti-discrimination laws. However, until 2019, sterilization in transgender people was mandatory.


Listed third in the ranking, Sweden has the same aspects as Canada, in addition to having an excellent Human Development Index of 0.945 (data from the year 2019).


As in Finland, relations between LGBTQI+ have been legally recognized since 1972, in addition to having specific laws against intersex discrimination. They also allow marriage, adoption, as long as the couple is officially joined by law.


The relationship between LGBT+ people has been allowed since 1940, in addition to containing laws on trans rights, intersex, anti-discrimination, allowing marriage and adoption. Marketing to LGBTQI+ audiences, however, is not legally required.


With almost the same criteria that Iceland has, the oceanic country is in the thirteenth line of the ranking, having the difference that trans cannot serve in the army.

The list also includes other countries such as Malta, Austria, Argentina, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Denmark, Germany, Portugal, Colombia and Switzerland in the dark green band, which indicates the most LGBTQI+ friendly territories possible.

If you are think about to travel or moving to another country, I suggest you to check this list and consider all the point.

Tell me what do you think about and share with your friends

#PrideMonth – 10 LGBTQIA+ Musics

Hey guys! June is the pride month, the most important time when we celebrate all the struggles and achievements won during these years for respect and rights.

Many of these achievements are due to art and mainly through music. Many artists produced songs to talk about love, freedom and equal rights among people.
They are inspiring songs to strengthen the cause and thus become anthems for social positioning, including important demonstrations and protests for the LGBTQIA+ community.

So I decided to select some music that are made to talk about LGBTQ community rights and respects.
When we talk about a singer that make this song, one of the most important name is Madonna.

1 – Vogue by Madonna

It makes no difference if you’re black or white
If you’re a boy or a girl
If the music’s pumping it will give you new life
You’re a superstar
Yes, that’s what you are, you know it

2 – Born This Way – Lady GaGa

No matter gay, straight or bi
Lesbian, transgendered life
I’m on the right track, baby
I was born to survive

3 – You Need to Calm Down – Taylor Swift

You just need to take several seats and then try to restore the peace
And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate
‘Cause shade never made anybody less gay so

4 – Firework – Katy Perry

You don’t have to feel like a waste of space
You’re original, cannot be replaced
If you only knew what the future holds
After a hurricane comes a rainbow

5 – True Colors – Cyndi Lauper

But I see your true colors
Shining through
I see your true colors
And that’s why I love you
So don’t be afraid to let them show
Your true colors
True colors are beautiful
Like a rainbow

6 – I Want To Break Free – Queen

I want to break free
I want to break free
I want to break free from your lies
You’re so self satisfied I don’t need you
I’ve got to break free
God knows, God knows I want to break free

7 – Girls / Girls / Boys – Panic! At the Disco

Girls love girls and boys
Girls love girls and boys
And never did I think that I
Would be caught in the way you got me
But girls love girls and boys
And love is not a choice

8 – Beautiful – Christina Aguilera

‘Cause we are beautiful no matter what they say
Yes, words won’t bring us down, no, no
We are beautiful in every single way
Yes, words can’t bring us down, oh, no
So don’t you bring me down today

9 – Everyone is Gay – A Great Big World

If you’re gay then you’re gay
Don’t pretend that you’re straight
You can be who you are any day of the week
You are unlike the others
So strong and unique
We’re all with you

10 – Boys Who Like Boys – Eli Lieb

So what’s your problem with boys who like boys
Maybe we just want a little love
Boys who like boys
Know one holds you like a big man does
Go keep on hating I’ll just keep dancing
With boys who like boys
Yeah, I just want a little love

Tell me, what’s your favorite song and If you know another put on the comments to share with the others. Follow me on social medias using @rodrigirao15.

See you and Happy PRIDE 🏳️‍🌈

#PrideMonth – Welcome to Valley -Ep 2

Hello, guys

Today I’m here to continue the serie of videos, in this video of Welcome to Valley – Ep 2, I gonna talk about sexuality, sexual orientation and gender identity

In this video I’m gonna star to talk about the first step to understand the differences about biologic sex, sexual orientation and gender identity. So open your mind, listen all the sequence and if you have any doubt, ask me on email or instagram direct.

Just for note.

Biologic Sex is male or female, this classification is about anatomy.

Gender Identity is how you see yourself, how you identify who you are.

Sexual Orientation is about with whom you will going to related, in sexual meaning.

Leave here in the comments what you think of the video and send me on instagram DIRECT any doubts and questions you may have.

#PrideMonth – Welcome to Valley -Ep 1

What’s up everyone.

I’ve already said it here, but it’s always worth repeating that in June, the LGBTQIA+ Pride is celebrated. For this reason, I’m producing several special content to commemorate this very important date.

One of these content will start in June and will continue for the next ones, which is the Welcome to the Valley, videos in which I will talk about sexual orientation, gender identity, prejudice and then issues that you have doubts.

As usual, the videos are in a conversation format and always in a simple and straightforward language to make it easier for everyone to understand.

Then check out the first video of Bem Vindo ao Valley.

Leave here in the comments what you think of the video and send me on instagram DIRECT any doubts and questions you may have.

#PrideMonth – Genderless Fashion

June is the month of LGBTQIA + pride and when we talk about this we have to remember the victories and achievements throughout all those years of struggles have passed.

Since 1969 a lot of time have been passed and a lot of thing had change, including on fashion.

And I could not pass up an achievement that has been pioneered for some years, fashion without gender.

We have a great symbol for genderless fashion, Harry Style. He have been wearing a lot of clothes inside of the genderless kind.

Genderless Fashion

Is a fashion made for human no matter if you are a boy or a girl, this type of fashion is for everybody and it have started with the boyfriend pants. The man can wear a skirt, walk in pink, choose a floral print, dress up, take care of himself, love himself. Women wearing baggy pants and baggy shirts are no less feminine because they don’t have a marked waist or a face full of makeup.

Unissex is not Genderless

When we are talking about genderless fashion we are talking a type of clothes that break all the rules for a
standard male and female, this discussion pass through blue and pink and stops in a style made for everyone, the parts aren’t made for man or woman, they are made for human.

Neutral Gender

Imagine that you walk into a store and buy what to do or dress well. This is the possibility in a gender neutral place, everyone can wear clothes that fit.

The idea of this gender neutral fashion is that there is no separation of sexes, with the consumer being able to choose and buy any piece that pleases him, without this choice defining him as a male or female person.

In practice, the genre fashion points to the creation of collections with style, cut, history and quality that do not lead to a gender orientation, but that these creations say something about the personality of the final consumer.