Le Droit Humain Brazil has a long list of lodges. LDH was founded in 1919.
The Honorable Order of American Co-Masonry is a 1994 split-off of Le Droit Humain USA (see there for more history). Nowadays the order has 29 lodges in four countries: USA, Brazil (Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo), Chile and Argentina. Lodges in Cananda and Paraguay are in development.
Eastern Order of International co-Masonry was founded in 2002 in Adyar, India as a split-off of Le Droit Humain. Their website says that:
The Eastern Order of International Co-Freemasonry currently has lodges in Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, India, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Spain, United States, Australia, and South Africa. Others are in the process of forming.
Grande Loja Maçonica Mista Do Brasil a mixed Grand Lodge with 23 lodges.
Unión Masónica Universal del Rito Moderno (or Universal Masonic Union of the Modern Rite) was founded in Barcelona in 2008. The Union is active in Brazil, Colombia, Equador, Cuba and the USA (California and Georgia). Information on the world wide web does not say as much, but I was asured that the Union has mixed lodges.
Rite of Memphis-Misraïm is a combination of the Rite of Misraïm that was founded by Cagliostro in 1738 and the Rite of Memphis that was founded by Jacques Etienne Marconis de Nègre in 1838. In 1889 General Garibaldi combined the two the Rite of Memphis-Misraïm.
Nowadays there is an international organisation working in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Spain, France, Martinique, Mauritius, New Caledonia, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA, England, Venezuela.
There are other organsations with similar names.
The website does not say that members have to be master Masons in another lodge, so it does not appear to be a system of side/higher degrees. On the other hand, the website does not say anything about the “blue” grades of Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master Mason, so I am not 100% sure.
What the website also does not state specifically, is that Memphis-Misraïm lodges are mixed. It does say however under “conditions for admission” that: “You must have been questioned by several Brothers or sisters” (my emphasis). Cagliostro wanted to admit women, so it sounds like this tradition is still followed.
International Order of the Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis-Misraïm is active in Brazil. I know this order has men-only and mixed lodges, but I have not been able to find out if the Brazilian Grand Lodge admits women, how many lodges they have, where they are located and it this is a system starting with the ‘blue grades’ or are only meant for Master Masons.
Wikipedia has a massive list of Grand Lodges in Brasil, but I have not yet checked which are the mixed and female only ones.