Filthy Dreams’ Totally And Completely Insufficient Resource Guide To Supporting The Fight For Black Lives
Rants and Raves

Filthy Dreams’ Totally And Completely Insufficient Resource Guide To Supporting The Fight For Black Lives

Question for the culture: Just kidding (sorry, Lana) Whew, what a 400 years of the subjugation and violent oppression of Black people in the United States this has been! I mean, week–sure, it’s only been about a week as people across the country and world protest, asserting that Black Lives Matter and fighting against government-sanctioned … Continue reading

If I Could Buy The World Some Sense: A Shot-By-Shot Interpretation of Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi Commercial
Camp / Trash

If I Could Buy The World Some Sense: A Shot-By-Shot Interpretation of Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi Commercial

Yesterday, as many dear Filthy Dreams readers must know, Pepsi released a dumpster fire in the form of a commercial, starring Kendall Jenner, which basically distilled everything about protest, the Black Lives Matter and even, the hope of intersectionality down into a milquetoast, feel-good cola shill. It was stunning in both its hilarity and its … Continue reading

Art Is Not Enough: Questions For Andrea Bowers’ ‘Whose Feminism Is It Anyway?’
Art

Art Is Not Enough: Questions For Andrea Bowers’ ‘Whose Feminism Is It Anyway?’

“Art is not enough,” decries HIV/AIDS activist art collective Gran Fury’s startling graphic, concluding, “seize power through direct action.” Published in the Village Voice, Gran Fury’s statement on the political effectiveness of art joined the rest of their ubiquitous and by design, inescapable output linking direct action and art in order to confront issues surrounding … Continue reading