Before entering the exhibit, a description of it tells of the subtle versus in-your-face artworks throughout. I very much appreciated the more subtle works which helped draw my attention as a white woman to things I overlook, like heteronormativity in communities of color and the sexualization of Black women. However, the in-your-face pieces could not be mistaken, nor overlooked. I appreciated, though regretted, the necessitation of trigger warnings. These are things not shown in school. These things are stomach-turning. But these things are necessary to see and reflect upon, so I am grateful for this exhibit.