“Why can’t the muse be an intellectual?” – Gabriela Prioli| Photo: Arte – Gazeta do Povo
“We don’t need powerful motorcycles and brute men, we need to dream again of a possible Brazil for all
, cantora e ativista de Twitter, em uma tentativa de crítica a uma motociata de Bolsonaro. “All”? I prefer Nescau, Zélia.
“The country that at #BBB take out Jessilane, the last woman in the race with 15,% of votes, leaving six men in the house [sic] is the same as electing only % of women for the National Congress and it is the same that will decide in October whether to keep [sic] a misogynist in the chair of the presidency.” —
, columnist for Folha de S. Paulo, establishing a bizarre relationship between BBB and politics, and forgetting that the last six winners were women (ok, I had to Google that information).
Liberal in Brazil is Nazi-fascist” — Marco Antonio Villa, historian. In other words, for Marco Antonio Villa, less taxes, freedom of expression, free trade and less government interference in the lives of citizens is a Nazi thing. We are good with historians in Brazil.
“I see it as a chance to deconstruct stereotypes. After all, why can’t the muse be an intellectual? I’m going to parade full of glitter and with my carnival looks knowing that my Master’s degree from USP is still valid and my book is still on the bestseller list. I’m confident enough to put myself in this place that disturbs prejudices. And, between us: I like it!”
— Gabriela Prioli, commenting the fact of being the muse of a brewery’s box at Carnival. Muse? Undoubtedly! Intellectual? Yes of course. The same size as giants of world intelligence like Gabriel Chalita, Leandro Karnal and Mario Sergio Cortella, the kings of platitudes said with great airs of wisdom.
“To be a middle class person, you need to have a certain degree of sociopathy” — Clara Drummond, writer , middle class.