We should have killed her; her tortures will have repeated hundreds of times to themselves when they saw her becoming Brazil’s first woman president. Or had wanted also that cancer disappeared her, like Evita (temporarily, because it is immortal), from the political scene. Dilma marked a watershed moment in Brazil and Latin America. A woman president overcoming patriarchy. And gender inequality. A woman who from the government has created gender inclusion policies. Social policies that have benefited millions of pariahs that the oligarchy can only see as pawns and whom it has exploited for centuries, and wants to continue to exploit.