Le Droit Humain is active in Portugal with 8 lodges; 2 in Lissabon, 2 in Porto, Évora, Aveiro, Nazaré and Braga.
The woman who started LDH in Portugal was Adelaide Cabete (1867-1935) who was initiated in a women’s only lodge in 1907 (!). In 1923 the lodge became mixed and joined LDH keeping the name “Humanidade”. With three lodges and two “triangles” (lodges in the make, so to say), Cabete started the Portugese federation of Le Droit Humain. This did not last long, since in 1926 Freemasonry was forbidden under the Portugese dictatorship. LDH went dark and re-emerged in 1980.
O Grande Oriente Ibérico has at least one mixed lodge in Lisboa.
Grande Loja Simbolica de Portugal is the Portugese order of Memphis-Misrasim. They have 11 lodges. Most are men-only, one in Lisboa (lodge Isis) is mixed gender.
Grande Loja de Feminina de Portugal was established in 1996. It appears to have 14 lodges.
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