We couldn't have made this up if we'd tried. Dwarf bullfighting is a South American custom that sees a troupe of small individuals dressed as Matadors, tour the continent fighting bull calves.
Unlike regular bullfighting the bulls don't actually get hurt (the people don't either), but it's difficult to tell whether the bullfighters are empowered by the macho sport, or are allowing themselves to be mocked for money. Photographer Raul Arboleda has captured the weirdness.
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