Indie for moms: Rigoberta Bandini busts a tit in Logroño and prepares to win Eurovision

Like you, I didn’t know very well who he was Rigoberta Bandini until has shown a breast in Logroño. It happened at the Actual festival, where people go to sing and, eventually, to show parts of their bodies that no one has asked them to see either. Obviously, if you want to show off a breast from the stage, Logroño is your place, because some devout must still be there. One only shows one breast if someone doesn’t want to see it, relying on the comforting echo chamber of scandal. In Madrid, getting your boobs out is more difficult, since Susana Estrada to Susy Caramel there is already a certain level, in front of a mayor (the first), on television as a reporter (the second), not just anything is worth it, any cleavage. Thus, showing a chest in the provinces seems the most modern, but it is above all more inconsiderate. Not because of the nipple, areola and other pectoral components, but because you imply that in the provinces the newspaper stops because you show your chest. And maybe not even that.

Rigoberta Bandini is called Paula Ribo Gonzalez and his stage name sounds like Rigoberta Menchu, Guatemalan Nobel Peace Prize winner, Arturo Bandini, character of John Fante. This last inspiration is confirmed by Ribó herself in her interviews. In any case, his singing mask is a perfect mixture of good intentions and cultural elitism of people who believe that reading alone anagram books it is still cultural elitism. In a song, Rigoberta says: “This business of being born a woman in the time of Despentes is difficult.” I think it was more difficult to be born a woman in the time of Corin Tellado, but that surely is even debatable.

In the interviews, Rigoberta Bandini talks a lot about visibilities and invisibilities, being that the breast or menstruation count among the latter, and she, through song, well she is going to fight for more breasts and periods to be seen.

Rigoberta Bandini – ‘Bitch’

Of course, there is much to note here. We must first understand that one thing is worth being invisible as well as intimate only on the assumption that something else, also intimate, nevertheless enjoys great publicity. In other words, for Bandini, it is the masculine norm that hides breasts and menses. However, it is difficult to find something more hidden intimate in the entire history of Western culture than this: penis, erection and male ejaculation. Thinking about penises, I only first remember his appearance in the movie ‘A Room with a View’ (James Ivory, 1985), in addition to all those where the ‘real fellatio’ precedes the premiere and ruins it and hardly anything remains of that film (‘Romance X’, ‘The brown bunny’, etc.) except for that scene, specific to the porn genre.

Breasts are everywhere, at all hours, insistently, and you don’t even keep track anymore

Breasts, however, are everywhere, at all hours, insistently, and you don’t even keep count anymore. More or less 100% of the actresses under 70 years of ‘Game of Thrones‘ (2011-2019) show their breasts in the series at least three times. Also the asses, and also the frontal nudity abounds. On the textile beaches (sic), breasts can be seen every summer, just like in the Prado Museum or on the covers of magazines and records and (almost) on Instagram, if you put a stud on the nipple, worth the gravel. Penises, phalluses, virile members are completely erased from the face of the earth, you can’t find them, you have to put ‘penis’ in Google if you want to find them. Let’s not say an erection or an ejaculation.

‘Ow mom’

Rigoberta Bandini showed her breast while singing ‘Ay mama’, where she says: “I don’t know why our boobs are so scary./ Without them there would be no humanity or beauty”. Worth the gravel, too. One would not say that the boobs, like this in general, scare no one, honestly. Maybe he walked more street the bad rodriguez when he sang: “Those who repress themselves see a tit and get hard.”

However, a newspaper, in line with what happened in Logroño, headlined: “There is no talk of anything else: the transgressive performance of Rigoberta Bandini and her cousin.” It was the ‘Mark’.

Perform with your cousin in Logroño and show a tit: there you have it, ready for your placement in the pages of a country’s history.

The success of Rigoberta Bandini, whether medium, fleeting or very segmented, can have an explanation, why not. when it was published Fifty Shades of Grey‘, someone of some insight called the novel ‘porn for moms’. There is something of that also in Rigoberta Bandini, from that audience, a certain ‘indie for moms’, the overheating of the beautiful nights of singleness and irresponsibility now that the kids make it hard to step on the bars and that the body—largely because of those kids—is not what it was. Thus, when Bandini, also a mother, says ‘boob’, and when her fans hear ‘boob’ and the word ‘fear’ attached to it, they don’t see the popular breasts of twenty-somethings in movies and video clips, but that laborious breast that is wasted in the nutrition of a newborn. The ‘fear of the breast’, we finally discover, is actually that discomfort that mothers perceive when breastfeeding in public places, where their action is almost always received with a mixture of embarrassment and disgust. I am not very clear that what I have just said the singer of ‘Ay mama’ knows it.

Rigoberta Bandini’s little ‘dance’ music is very good, and her video clips have an air of Pauline on the Beach

‘Ay mama’ (without a comma, because we all agree to make the vocative comma invisible) compete soon, at the end of January, at the Benidorm Festival to represent Spain in Eurovision. Do not get scared, there are much worse songs at the Benidorm Fest. Rigoberta Bandini’s little ‘dance’ music is very good, and her video clips have an air of Pauline on the Beach (unfortunately her talent is not; compare ‘In Spain we call it solitude’ with ‘El mundo se va a finish’). As she is not a singer, she speaks a lot in the songs, approaching the ‘mindfulness’ homily of ‘Fact of faith and blue flowers’. After all, Paula Ribó is, above all, a dubbing actress, a tamed and competent voice, and singing with Bandini’s mask may not last until next year, like El Chaval de la Peca or El Chaval de la Peca. Chikilicuatre. Perhaps Bandini is nothing more than the ‘woke’, feminist and very skin-to-skin version of Chikilicuatre.

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Indie for moms: Rigoberta Bandini busts a tit in Logroño and prepares to win Eurovision