“Are you here legally?”
“Are you here legally?”
Associated Press photographer Luis Hidalgo takes a look at the transgender “Fama” circus in Santiago, Chile.
The victim of the murder, Daniel Zamudio, has become known as “Chile’s Matthew Shepard.”
Daniel Zamudio, a 24-year-old gay man, was beaten unconscious and had swastikas carved into his skin in the fatal 2012 attack. His death led to the passage of a hate crime law in Chile and energized LGBT rights movements across Latin America.
Because they make you feel ALIVE.
The countries objected because, you know, they have the actual Amazon in their backyards.
The U.S. is basically an overcompensating, attention-seeking brat.
This is exactly how not to do a breast cancer commercial. It’s not about loving and saving big breasts. It’s about saving lives.
What took you so long, ad Mad Men and Women? A not very good ad for a South American optician.
It just may save his life.
It’s a macabre new ad for a Chilean newspaper. Another one features Steve Jobs burying Julian Assange.
If you’ve never watched an obstacle laden, urban downhill bike race before, just think of it like a roller-coaster with none of those pesky safety precautions.
It’s a swimming pool! San Alfonso del Mar resort in Algarrobo, Chile, is home to the world’s largest swimming pool. The 3,324 feet long pool that is set on 19.8 acres can fit up to 6,000 normal sized pools within it.
Chilean student activist Camila Vallejo can distribute my wealth whenever she wants.
#OccupyNorthPole. Don’t worry kids, we’ll bail him out before tomorrow night.
Considering the behavior of certain police lately, this photo is oozing with righteous schadenfreude. This anonymous Chilean activist just delivered the taint shot heard round the world. Kick whichever ass you choose with our handy Photo Editor at the bottom of the page!
Take a look at what happens to purse snatchers in Chile.
Here is a list of people you might not know are Chilean. Some big surprises here. View List ›
Chile’s Puyehue Volcano erupted Saturday after remaining dormant for decades. 600 people have been evacuated, but no injuries have been reported… so far. This seriously looks like hell on earth. Read More ›
She’s broken her embargo on bras, but in a uniquely Cyrusian compromise, refuses to wear a shirt with the bra. Instead opting for a heavily bedazzled jacket she must have bought at Tito Jackson’s stoop sale. More over at Egotastic. View List ›
Miley Cyrus, and most of Miley Cyrus’ torso, greeting fans in Chile. She must have been Chile with all of that exposed skin. To answer your question, no, there are no limits to the depths which I will sink. More at Egotastic. View List ›
A whole smorgasbord of menu items available at McDonald’s restaurants abroad that we in the United States can only salivate over from afar. Those creeps at McDonald’s International are holding out on us. View List ›
Quick, we all need to pool our money and fly to Chile! Lucky Chilean children from the ages of 6-12 can now have their parents live vicariously through them by signing them up for The Jedi Temple. The school is a combination of yoga, tae kwon do and and sword fighting via light saber. All wrapped up in learning about nobility, wisdom and self-control. View Image ›
Is he president or Batman?
Shamans make their yearly good luck blessings for 2011 in Lima, Peru. View List ›
Chile’s Minister of the National Women’s Service is pushing a campaign with the tagline “Faggot is he who beats a woman”. This is almost as clever as the Wake Up To Rape campaign. I want t-shirts. View Image ›
The official absentee ballots in Atascosa County feature a picture of the flag of Chile instead of the flag of Texas. It has been that way for years, but this year a Ph.D student living in Japan was the first to notice the mistake. View List ›
Chilean police flew a young Dutch murder suspect to Peru on Friday to face charges in the slaying of a 21-year-old woman in his hotel room. Joran van der Sloot said he is innocent but acknowledged having met Stephany Flores at a Lima casino, said deputy Chilean investigative police spokesman Fernando Ovalle.
A Dutch man linked to the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway is in custody in Chile, facing potential murder charges in Peru and extortion charges in the U.S.