The EROTICS research in Brazil is a collaborative effort by Sexuality Policy Watch (SPW), a global forum of researchers and activists, and the Latin American Center on Sexuality and Human Rights (CLAM), a sexuality research regional resource centre. Sonia Corrêa is the co-chair of SPW and associate researcher at the Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association(ABIA). Jandira Queiroz is a journalist, LGBT and feminist activist, and project assistant at the Brazilian secretariat of SPW. Marina Maria is a journalist and project assistant at the Brazilian secretariat of SPW. She is currently doing her Master’s degree in Communication, Information and Health and is a member of APC’s women’s programme (APC WNSP). Bruno Zilli is a doctoral candidate in Social Sciences and CLAM researcher. Horacio Sívori PhD is an anthropologist. He is currently regional coordinator at CLAM and post-doctoral fellow at the State University of Rio de Janeiro’s Institute of Social Medicine.
Magaly Pazello advised the research team and reviewed the paper. Magaly is a doctoral candidate in Social Studies and a member of EMERGE-Research Group for Communications and Emergence at Fluminense Federal University. She is also a member of the APC WNSP and was actively involved in both phases of the World Summit on the Information Society.