In Martine Gutierrez’sSupremacya brunette model lies on a saccharine pink shaggy rug—her “broken doll” pose recalls Tyra Banks’s early-aughts showAmerica’s Next Top Model. With mouth open in an apparent state of rapture, the model is played by LGBTQ rights activist and artist Martine Gutierrez (b. 1989), in an image that she also conceived, produced, and photographed. Blonde Barbie-like dolls are scattered across her body, echoing her lingerie and pose. Closer inspection reveals, however, that these are not innocent dolls. One pulls Gutierrez’s hair, another pushes her thigh. The expression one might have mistaken for pleasure now reads of pain; and the pose, in this context, resembles a chalk outline drawn at a crime scene. In this advertisement, the model is under attack by figurines representing sexist ideals of perfection. Written boldly in white, Supremacy is the brand.