A DRAG SONG OF FREEDOM: 'INDESTRUTÍVEL' AS AN LGBTQIA+ FEATURE
Based on the Semiotics theory by Greimas, this paper aims to analyze the lyrics of the song Indestrutível (Indestructible), by the Brazilian drag queen singer Pabllo Vittar released in 2018. Violence against LGBTQIA+ population is a reality in Brazil and around the world. The song takes inspiration against this backdrop, and we mainly based on the generative trajectory, we will analyze its lyrics. In it, we seek to observe how the meaning of being indestructible is constructed and what are the enunciative strategies used at each of its levels. At the fundamental level we identify the minimal pair of axiological opposition freedom vs. oppression. Then, at the narrative level we infer the processes of narrative construction around the desire for freedom and its abstract forms. Finally at the discursive level we analyzed whether there is a conjunction of the subject with the desired euphoric values based on the elements of enunciation.