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Lazy and Foolish Men Still Fail to Realize How Much Unpaid Labor Women Do

According to a new report by the UN, women do nearly three times as much unpaid domestic work as men. This disparity will persist until men actually step up, experts say.
Linda Yang
11 hours ago
Broad Strokes
Broad Strokes

Two Artists on Creating Outside of the Art World's White, Patriarchal Rules

Painter Christina Quarles and experimental filmmaker Hasabie Kidanu discuss how to challenges the ways we are taught to see the world in order to open up new possibilities of Black, female existence.
Sarah Burke
12 hours ago
viceland
viceland

Drag Queens Trixie and Katya Review Butt Stuff

On this episode of THE TRIXIE & KATYA SHOW, the drag duo reviews everything from three-way butt plugs to anal bleaching cream.
Amelia Capaz
13 hours ago
Music
Music

'Fast Car' and the Living Histories of Working Class Black Women

Tracy Chapman's most famous song has a singular point of view, that of a Black woman filled with regret and a sense of longing for a life not lived.
Britt Julious
16 hours ago
sexual abuse
sexual abuse

Natalie Portman Is One of the Few Celebrities to Apologize for Supporting Roman Polanski

We reached out to some of the most high-profile signatories to a 2009 petition in support of Roman Polanski, to ask them whether they regretted their endorsement of the convicted abuser.
Sirin Kale
14 hours ago
Books
Books

The Nonbinary Author Centering African Narratives Erased by Colonialism

In her hotly anticipated debut "Freshwater," author Akwaeke Emezi uses the ogbanje—an Igbo spirit—to explore metaphysical identity and resist the binary split between spirit and body.
Marta Bausells
16 hours ago
Slutever
Slutever

Buck Angel and Nomi Ruiz on Talking About Sex as a Trans Person

Karley Sciortino talks with two vocal advocates for more open dialogue about sex in the trans community.
Karley Sciortino
12 hours ago
astro guide
astro guide

Daily Horoscope: February 21, 2018

The Moon is in Taurus today.
Annabel Gat
a day ago
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

We Can't Fight Rape Culture Without Fighting Mass Incarceration

Incarcerated people are the population most at risk of sexual violence — but their concerns are largely missing from our current cultural moment of reckoning.
Aviva Stahl
2 days ago
film
film

Why Seeing Yourself Represented on Screen Is So Important

"Black Panther" has been hailed as a model success story for depicting diversity on screen. According to past research, the representation of minority groups in mass media has a powerful educational impact on audiences.
Kimberly Lawson
a day ago
black history
black history

The Woman Who Helped Birth a Black Artistic Renaissance in Chicago

In the 1940s, Margaret Taylor Burroughs bolstered the careers of some of Chicago's most iconic artists by holding culture salons in her barn and later starting an African American museum in her home.
Adrienne Samuels Gibbs
2 days ago
Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter

Co-Founder Alicia Garza Shares Future Plans for Black Lives Matter

The organizer, writer, and speaker tells Broadly what she learned growing a hashtag into an international activist movement, and her hopes for the future—including launching the first Black census.
Linda Yang
2 days ago
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