There is a group of men who feel they should move to Brazil for good.
This episode of Passport Kings is my interview with the popular YouTuber, Charles Tyler.
Who is Charles Tyler?
He says that black men should move to Brazil and experience black women outside of the Matrix.
He uses the term “Matrix” as a metaphor for the issues he sees in the USA.
I ask him questions about if it’s a good idea to move to Brazil as a black man.
He created the popular Facebook group called The Black Man’s Option.
Since, this video he has unfortunately passed.
I’ve always been proud of the fact that he got to live his life on his terms.
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Do I think Men should Move to Brazil?
I think men will be happy wherever they are if they have their life together.
If a person’s mental and financial priorities are in order, they will succeed anywhere.
There are obvious relational problems in America that were expertly pointed out in all of the Relationship-based YouTube channels popping up recently.
One of the main things my travels have taught me, is most people are pretty much the same.
At the same time, all people are different.
I refuse to enter the gender wars because they are usually based on personal experiences oxymoronically, general biases.
Neither is an accurate indicator of what your next experience will be like.
The only option is for each human to reach their full potential while becoming the kind of person that your dream match will like.
You don’t need to move to Brazil to do that.
But if you feel like moving to Brazil, I think it’s great to follow your own personal dreams.
Just never use a big move as a substitution for taking care of flaws you know you have.
Brazil is a wonderful place to travel.
If you’re looking for a travel destination that has it all, look no further than beautiful Brazil!
From the bustling city of Rio de Janeiro to the stunning beaches of the north, Brazil is a country that never fails to impress.
Whether you’re looking for adventure or relaxation, this South American gem has something for everyone.
Brazil offers an abundance of opportunities to indulge in their passions.
The women are internationally known for being toned, thick, and beautiful.
Most of their ancestry comes from western sub-Saharan Africa but their race has been mixed into oblivion and the ending result is very beautiful.
The country is famous for its love of soccer and beach volleyball – two sports that are guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping.
If you’re into music and dance, there’s no better place than Brazil to experience the energy and passion of samba and other local rhythms.
Their carnival is also internationally known as the best carnival on earth.
If you have an intimate experience with a Brazilian woman, you may decide to move to Brazil as well.
Charles Tyler’s Obituary (Copied from the Philidelphia Tribune)
Charles F. Tyler IV, a cable installation and repair technician, died on Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017 at a hospital in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He was 44.
He was also known as “Manny” or “Tyler.” He was born on Nov. 8, 1973, to the late Charles Tyler III and Florie Tyler in Philadelphia. He was educated in the School District of Philadelphia starting at Charles W. Henry School in Mount Airy and finishing with graduation at University City High School in West Philadelphia. As a child, Tyler loved video games, playing with Hot Wheels cars and drawing. As he grew older, his passion for creative arts also grew and he was very gifted in drawing, painting, and sketching.
Tyler was voted by his classmates to design the yearbook cover for his graduating class and had been accepted to the Art Institute of Philadelphia. He later started working for Time Warner/Comcast Cable as a cable installation and repair technician and would continue working in this area for more than 22 years.
He married Dahlia Smith on March 18, 2001, and to this union, two children were born, Dennis W. Tyler, also known as “DJ” and Shanelle F. Tyler, along with adding Dahlias two older daughters, Thressan Hibbert and Daniel Smith. The marriage dissolved years later but they remained friends.
“Charles was strong-willed, a bit opinionated but also had a sweet and kind heart behind that big exterior,” his family said in a tribute.
“He always had a go-getter attitude and entrepreneurial spirit and once he set his mind on something, he would work hard and follow it through to the end.”
Tyler prided himself on being a sports enthusiast and could talk about football and basketball for hours, He enjoyed talking about politics and world events.
His family said he was also a loyal friend to his buddies and could be extremely charming with the ladies.
Tyler loved his family very much and took pride in his children and extended family.
He also fell in love and wanted to move to Brazil because of its beauty, culture, lifestyle, and people.
In addition to his children, he is survived by: his siblings, Orlando G. Tyler, Yeeimy G. Tyler (Salvador), Jennifer Tyler-Hughes, Sharon Bowser (James), Lyle Hands (Tasha), Linda Hands-Gervin, Lindsay Hands (Yolanda) and Charles Link (Jody); close friends, Alan Harper, Raphael Junior and Alphonso Oliver and other relatives and friends.
Services were held Dec. 10 at Emmanuel Johnson Funeral Home, 6653-75 Chew Ave.
He was 1 of the people who got me into making YoutTube videos when he decided to move to Brazil.
Always cool to talk to and was never more than a phone call away.
If you get a chance, watch all of his old videos and listen to his podcasts.
He was a good dude and a King!