Mar 24, 2016
Top 12 Public Penises of South America 1: The East
But it looks like most countries in South America match Europe in the size and complexity of their gay communities, and in the legislative response: no sodomy laws, same-sex partnerships, anti-discrimination laws.
And, especially in the countries straddling the equator, ample beefcake.
Here are the top 12 public penises of South America:
This monument in Georgetown depicts Kuffy, the leader of a slave revolt in 1763. He's not doing what you think.
At the entrance to the city, three people holding up a pyramid symbolize the African, European, and Indian races who constitute Guiana. The Indian apparently has quite an endowment.
More after the break.
Manaus itself is a modern city with skyscrapers and an international airport. It also has its share of neoclassical architecture, like this semi-nude lamp outside the Teatro Amazona
7. There are also some neoclassical nude males in the theater district of Sao Paulo.
See also: The Top 12 Public Penises of the Caribbean; The Top 12 Public Penises of South America 2: The West.