While I was editing photos of a party I photograph periodically in Berlin, called Baile Funk da Bossa, I noticed a number of very expressive female faces as they danced. Brazilian funk is known for its catchy rhythm and extremely sexual lyrics, and its appreciation is highly controversial in Brazil. Some say it is a bad omen for the Brazilian culture because it reinforces stereotypes that objectify women; for others, it helps female empowerment because it gives women the right to express themselves freely. Regardless of moral issues, what fascinates me about these faces is that there, in that environment, their bodies felt free to express themselves this way. And, to me, that is a delight.