This article seeks to understand the discourses of Brazilian Congresswomen on gender relations in the pronouncements in the Chamber of Deputies and in their personal social media profiles. The goal is to reveal which themes, claims, symbols, and terms are enunciated by women representatives located at different points in the political spectrum. To this end, the research focuses on 344 Instagram posts, 57,309 tweets and 444 excerpts from speeches by Federal Deputies Gleisi Hoffmann (PT), Jandira Feghali (PCdoB), Bia Kicis (PL) and Carla Zambelli (PL), in March and May of the years 2019, 2020 and 2021. An analysis of critical discourse and an automated lexical analysis were performed. The results point to the low presence of discussions about gender in the corpus and a discursive action close to the general agendas of the parties, divided between opposition and government supporters.