Woman rio carnival

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Samantha Mortner always thought she would end up leaving London at some point, being "a real wimp" in the cold weather. But 12 years ago, as the director of a PR agency in west London, she could hardly have pictured herself like this: wearing a bikini woven with 12, tiny stones and a headdress with pheasant feathers, dressed up as Yemanja, the goddess of the sea, revered to by Afro-Brazilian religions. The Londoner was chosen to be the muse of one of Rio de Janeiro's samba schools, leading out its first float at the Sambadrome - the world-famous carnival strip. The year-old, now known as Samantha Flores after her first marriage, has been living in Rio since But at the Imperio da Tijuca samba school, she's best known as "musa gringa" the first non-Brazilian dancer to take a lead role at "the biggest party on earth".

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Plus-size Brazilian women taking lead roles in Rio Carnival's samba schoolsb. Plus-size women have always been a part of Rio's famed samba schools - groups of dancers, choreographers and other individuals who compete in Carnival with their elaborate floats, costumes and dance routines. But until recently they had not been able to take on the role of scantily clad "passistas" elite samba dancers because those spots had been reserved for women who met traditional beauty standards. Instead, they were covered from head to foot and relegated to sections of the parades in which their bodies were not on display. Joyful, flamboyant and brimming with self-esteem, year-old Renata da Silva Angelo is a plus-size woman who is upending the beauty paradigms of the Rio Carnival with her role as an elite samba dancer. Like Da Silva, hundreds of other women who carry a few extra kilos also have refused to accept discrimination and, with the backing of the "Plus no samba RJ" collective, have been showing off their moves - and their curves - at Brazil's biggest party. English edition Outstanding.

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Lewis, Clare and Pile, Steve Woman, Body, Space: Rio Carnival and the politics of performance. The practices and aesthetics of carnival are hotly debated in Brazilian society, as it is taken to be the expression of 'the essence of Brazilianness'. In this paper, an attempt is made to understand the Rio de Janeiro carnival in ways which are not only sensitive to its maps of power and meaning, but also able to explore the subtle ways in which value hierarchies are displaced.
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