This 100 page publication aims to analyze the images that are built by Brazilian drag superstars Pabllo Vittar, Gloria Groove, and Linn da Quebrada, inserted in the context of Brazil, a country that has elected Jair Bolsonaro as a fascist president. Relating mainly with how pop and the internet have been a medium of expression, agents for the construction of our identity, and perhaps even a weapon to combat the patriarchy and heteronormativity. But by coincidence (or not), they fail (or not) and also give rise to fake news, WhatsApp chains, a country with the highest LGBT murder rate, a ‘gay conversion therapy’ law approved in 2017, and now a fascist president. Pop and the internet are egalitarian, pop and the internet are for everyone. Thus, pop and the internet could be looked at a knife that cuts on both sides and that is held by the victimizer and victim, that could be a tool and medium of resistance and/or propaganda. The publication a collection of materials that explain not why but how those realities are living in the same country and who are the public characters of these stories.