The Meninadanca association has joined forces with the Graffiti Life collective on the occasion of a project in Brazil, the aim of which is to raise awareness of the scourge of child prostitution, particularly among very young girls. The BR-166 motorway, the longest in the country, is also a known place of exploitation for vulnerable populations. It is therefore along this “exploitation road” that the project was born: female graffiti artists have been mobilized to create large murals. The main piece of this project is a dancer, representing the emancipation, freedom and power of an explosive and jouissive femininity. This project was filmed during a report by Sophie Meseg and Emily Hatter.