“In a country where half of the population is female and a similar percentage has African or indigenous ancestry, [acting President] Temer named an all-white, all-male Cabinet. He got rid of the Ministry of Women, Racial Equality, and Human Rights, ordering it to be subsumed into the Ministry of Justice—which he promptly handed over to Alexandre de Moraes, a former security official from São Paulo who is accused of deploying death squads to fight crime in that city. (His former office has denied the accusations.) This came at the same time as news of a horrifying case in which a sixteen-year-old girl in Rio de Janeiro was gang-raped by as many as thirty-three men, some of whom filmed their abuse and posted it to social media.” Along with political turmoil, Brazil is dealing with an economic meltdown, Zika, and this summer’s olympics. In other words, things are particularly tough in Brazil right now.