Also, bear with me because this is a half formed idea, but it's fascinating to watch her introduce/integrate such f*ggy dancers/aesthetics into reggaeton, etc. given how male-dominated and masculine the genres are. But then the levels to her introducing the aesthetics as a complete outsider to the culture nn. The colonialism of it all. I remember when Beyoncé was getting a lot of shit in like 2011 for not outwardly supporting LGBTQ rights (in contrast to the Born This Way era, Firework, We R Who We R, etc., etc.), and someone on Tumblr made a great point that Beyoncé always integrated visibly queer people in her work (performances, videos, etc.) despite the risks, particularly in response from the larger Black community. My point is Beyoncé did it already, and she did it as an insider. So props to her mama.