If you’ve been keeping an eye on the news, you’ve probably heard about Jair Bolsonaro. Bolsonaro is a 63-year old, far-right, former army captain, with pro-gun, pro-torture and anti-LGBT views and is a strong supporter of dictatorships and militarization.

In a total drama fused election, Bolsonaro won by gaining 55.1% of the votes, while his rival, Fernando Haddad, from the left-wing worker’s party, secured 44.9% votes. After losing, Haddad said that he would work to “defend the freedoms of these 45 million” people who voted for him. 

But have you heard about Pabllo Vittar, the 23-year-old drag queen who has sort of become one of the leading voices of resistance against Bolsonaro? According to indy100, Vittar has severed ties with brands that supported the far-right candidate, thus taking a very public stand – something that many others in Brazil’s entertainment circuit have failed to do.



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Bolsonaro has made some extremely offensive remarks, including stating that he’d rather have his son die in an accident than find out that he was gay, the news website reports.