Visibility At What Cost: “Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production And The Politics Of Visibility”
Books

Visibility At What Cost: “Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production And The Politics Of Visibility”

In August, The Outline published an investigative piece on Mic.com, detailing how the co-founders Chris Altchek, a conservative-leaning Goldman Sachs banker, and Jake Horowitz, who worked as a foreign policy columnist at Change.org, transformed the news site into social justice central, exploiting identity politics to enact some elaborate and lucrative performance of allyship. In “Mic’s Drop,” writer … Continue reading

I Cared, But What Did It Do?: Juliana Huxtable’s ‘A Split During Laughter At The Rally’
Art

I Cared, But What Did It Do?: Juliana Huxtable’s ‘A Split During Laughter At The Rally’

Juliana Huxtable just gets it. It’s the last day to view Huxtable’s solo exhibition A Split During Laughter at the Rally at Reena Spaulings Fine Art. The utter contemporaneity of the works is owed to how well she captures the humorously chaotic contradictions in today’s political climate, where the urgency to outwardly appear activist has … Continue reading

Drag Them To Filth: Ideal Male Bodies, Language Police And Long Haired Queer Activism Edition
Drag Them To Filth

Drag Them To Filth: Ideal Male Bodies, Language Police And Long Haired Queer Activism Edition

Well, hello there dearest Filthy Dreams readers! What’s that? Are you ready to fume? Us too. Why, we find ourselves so horrified, enraged and just a bit amused by the nonsense editors dare publish these days that we’re starting a new series here on Filthy Dreams–Drag Them To Filth. Here we’ll provide a monthly wrap-up … Continue reading