Is your satire effective if it triggers feelings of insecurity and inadequacy in a certain subgroup within your viewership? Is your satire effective if it makes misogynists and fat-shamers feel like their hatred and aggression has been validated? Is your satire effective if you have to explain to everyone that it’s satire?
No, no, no.
Of course, there is plenty of room for edgier satire that makes people feel uncomfortable. But the point is to make people feel uncomfortable about society’s inherent power structure, or the misdeeds of government, or the follies of humanity in general — with the intent that you’ll spark intelligent discussion that might lead to positive changes in the world. If your satire only serves to make women feel uncomfortable about their bodies, then you need to reexamine your approach."
PLEASE REBOLG THIS! We need this film to happen. Please, watch and spread the word. My daughter and her father’s family are from this reservation. People need to know what really happens on native land.
Super fucking signal boost, c’mon.
As a Native I’m tired of feeling invisible. The amount of attention we get in the media that portrays us as more than some cultural trope is unbelievably rare. I want to see this - I want to see it happen.