There you are, trying to join in on the great social movement of your young life, chants in your mouth, shirt covering your face. But then dad sees you, pulls the shirt off your face, and makes you go home. Goddammit, dad.

Dads cramping the style of their kids is a language we all speak, but a Google Translated article about this video really gets to the nuances of their conversation:

During the protests yesterday in the East Zone of São Paulo, a father was caught by cameramen trying to get the son of manifestation. Even with his face covered, the father found his son, puts people around him and yells "He's my son." Then they start a discussion. Upon isolating the young group, the parent removes the shirt tampava the boy's face. "I'm on my right, let me express myself," cried the son. In response, the father said: "You were not created for that," claimed. "You will have your right while you work and earn money."

Yeah dad, let him express himself. At least don't make him have this conversation in front of the guys.

Update: Reader Paul Davey provides an improved translation:

During the protests yesterday in the East Zone of São Paulo, a father was caught by cameramen trying to take his son from a protest. Even with his face covered, the father was still able to find his son, fend off the people around him and yell "He's my son." Then they started a discussion. Upon isolating the youth from the group, the parent removed the makeshift balaclava made from the teenagers t-shirt from the boy's face. "I'm on within my rights, let me express myself," cried the son. In response, the father said: "You were not created for this," claimed. "You will have your right when you work and earn your own money.

[Correio Braziliense]