The death of 9-year-old Rhuan Maycon was a case that shocked Brazil. The report released by the Federal District Civil Police revealed that he was alive when he was beheaded by his own mother, Rosana Auri da Silva Cândido, 27, with the help of comrade Kacyla Pryscila Santiago Damasceno Pessoa, of 28. The initial coup was given in the chest followed by 11 stab wounds in the back.
Investigations found that a year before the murder, women had amputated Rhuan's penis. To the police, Rosana claimed that he wanted to be a girl and so did the procedure. The woman further claimed that she did not feel any love for the child and that she disrupted her relationship with Kacyla.
In his profile on Twitter, Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro published a video questioning the silence on the part of the media. Eduardo connected the case with the so-called gender ideology and quoted advocates as Erika Kokay and Jean Wyllys. This same silence was also questioned by the singer Buchecha in social networks.
"A lesbian mother and her partner cut a boy because they wanted him to be a girl. They cut the child's penis and murdered it. I have not seen any LGBT activists or artists express themselves with the usual vehemence, political parties of their own causes - wrote Buchecha
The relationship of the case with the ideology of gender was also raised by the actor Carlos Vereza. On Facebook, he warned of the deconstruction of sexuality on international ideological grounds.
- In addition to being castrated in his masculinity, the two ideologues, without anesthesia, tried to create the female sex instead of castration. The construction of sexuality is replaced by chaotic pansexualism, an all-erotic vow, decontextualizing the structures of Judeo-Christian civilization.
Federal Rep. Flordelis laments that something like this could have been avoided since the boy's custody had been given to his father. Member of the Commission on Human Rights and Minorities, the parliamentarian points out that once again the right of the child has been neglected and criticizes the ideology of gender.
- "I am concerned about the introduction of this ideology into the pedagogical practice of schools. This will have disastrous consequences for the lives of children and families. What is most serious is that we want to introduce this proposal silently in the Municipal Education Plans, without the major stakeholders, parents and educators, being called to discuss it. Those who adopt the term gender are not wanting to fight against discrimination, but to deconstruct the family"