This chapter explores the subversive potential of practices of shaming, incivility, and scene-making in the Arab world starting in the 1990s. Examining the emergence of new forms of digital consciousness and critiques of power, it provides the theoretical tools that allows us to emergence of a new activist speaking truth to power by practicing affective forms of exposure or fadh both online and on the street that operate as political drama and tell-all fiction and that could be traced to classical Arabic genres of writing and protest.