Hello good day and salutations friends. Did you know that in Colombia, FARC rebels regularly force female fighters to have abortions? (Holiday party tip: don't start conversations this way unless you want to bum everyone out.)
Brazilian reality TV contestant-turned entertainment reporter Sabrina Sato is, I guess, a pretty big fan of Justin Timberlake. Either that or giving people plastic models of her own ass presented in gift boxes.
Brasilia, Brasil, July 29: Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez, right, and Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff speak during a welcoming ceremony at the Planalto Palace. Fernandez is on a one-day visit to Brazil. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
[La Paz, Bolivia, Janary 22: Female minders celebrate the fifth anniversary of Bolivia's Evo Morales' government and the first anniversary of his second term in office. Image via AP.]
Asuncion, Paraguay, January 1: A dancer, wearing a traditional dress, waits to perform during Paraguay's bicentennial celebrations. Paraguay will celebrate the 200th anniversary of its independence from Spain on May 14.
[Brasilia, Brazil, January 1: Brazil's first-ever female president, Dilma Rousseff, receives the presidential sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva at the Planalto Palace. Image via AP.]
Even during the recession, Argentina, the only South American country where it's legal for gays to marry, is experiencing a bit of a boom. Dear American Government: Legalize gay marriage. Many fabulous careers depend on it!