"Quem não gostou, paciência"
Pabllo Vittar is beautiful. That's something that jumps at you during the first five seconds of this video. But there seems to be a brain under that beautiful facade. Pabllo, in less than fifteen minutes shows what intersectionality is. He talked about how interlocking power structures impact those most marginalized in a social environment. Something that some American drag queens do not seem to understand. I see you, Miz Cracker. Drag IS political. #eleno
The whole thing seems to be about makeup and being pretty, but soon you discover that there is more to it than meets the eye. Here, we have a quick tutorial on how to get killer eyebrows and also how men of color, and specially queer men of color in a third world country are seen by the rest of the world. Something that some people really don't get because intersectionality is not their forte. Their privilege makes them blind to the struggles of those not covered by the blanket of homogeneous thought and behavior.
‘This is especially important now, when Jair Bolsonaro (Cheeto’s Brazilian version) has launched an all-out attack against minorities, including LGBT people:
Nikky Haley, Cheeto's puppet in the UN tweeted her support for Bolsonaro just a few days ago. If people think that's normal, then they are part of the problem. Cheetolini, like every tin can totalitarian, expresses admiration for dictators who do what they long to do. This presidency wishes it were Bolsonaro's presidency. Pure and simple.
It’s incredible how people in Brazil let this happen but hey, we have Cheetolini here in the states. All in the name of ‘change’, people fuck up other people’s lives. I just can’t.
End of rant. I should have just talked about makeup. Or music.