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women's rights

In Saudi Arabia, Winning the Right to Drive Is Bittersweet

Women's driving rights are long overdue in the KSA, but as the activists who successfully fought for them are detained, it's hard for women's rights advocates to celebrate.
Leila Ettachfini
15 hours ago
astro guide
astro guide

Daily Horoscope: June 23, 2018

Intense conversations take place today.
Annabel Gat
a day ago
100 ways
100 ways

100 Ways to Make the World Better for Non-binary People

Respecting people's pronouns, and 99 other easy things.
AC Dumlao
a day ago
politics
politics

Inside the First Sex Worker Town Hall Hosted by a Congressional Candidate

At Congressional candidate Suraj Patel's event, Broadly spoke with organizers and participants about SESTA/FOSTA, decriminalization, and keeping sex workers safe.
Lena Solow
a day ago
domestic violence
domestic violence

Gun-Related Domestic Violence Calls Increased 74 Percent, New Report Finds

Between 2016 and 2017, the National Domestic Violence Hotline recorded a sharp increase in calls where firearms played a role in domestic abuse.
Marie Solis
a day ago
the internet
the internet

I Was One of the Most Famous People Online in 1998—Then I Disappeared

Know as "anacam," seven million people a day watched me livestream my life around the clock. Looking back now, I have a new understanding of why I did it.
Ana Voog
2 days ago
uk
uk

What It's Like Raising a Gay Pride Banner at the Russian World Cup

Di Cunningham, the co-founder of a UK group for LGBTQ soccer fans, hopes to raise her Three Lions Pride banner at every England match in the notoriously homophobic country.
Zing Tsjeng
2 days ago
The Privacy and Perception Issue
The Privacy and Perception Issue

Images Exploring What It's Like to Be Part of India's Queer Community

Photographer Jake Naughton and art director Aarti Singh of Suno Labs aim to show that progress for any marginalized identity isn’t always linear in their new series "Yesterday Tomorrow Today."
Jake Naughton
Aarti Singh
6.18.18
reproductive health
reproductive health

Planned Parenthood Is Suing the Architect of Trump's Abstinence-Only Policies

The organization is suing Trump administration official Valerie Huber for using the country's Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program funds to promote "sexual risk avoidance."
Marie Solis
2 days ago
dear annabel
dear annabel

How to Survive This Summer's Eclipses That Will Rattle Your Relationships

In this installment of "Dear Annabel," our staff astrologer explains lunar returns and how to cope with July's astrological "uncuffing season."
Annabel Gat
3 days ago
The Privacy and Perception Issue
The Privacy and Perception Issue

Photos Exploring Intimacy and Vulnerability in the Latinx Community

Panamanian Photographer Lorena Endara spends time on Lorena Street in Los Angeles through a single year, capturing photos that depict why it's a destination for the Latinx community.
Lorena Endara
6.18.18
revenge porn
revenge porn

Revenge Porn Bill in New York Killed After Google Campaign

Advocates blamed the tech company for helping to essentially kill a bill that would have made nonconsensual dissemination of sexually explicit images a crime in New York.
Kimberly Lawson
2 days ago
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