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The Privacy and Perception Issue
The Privacy and Perception Issue

As a Sex Worker With a Chronic Illness, FOSTA Means Losing My Medical Care

In a nation lacking universal healthcare, recent legislation effectively cut a thread by which many disabled people climbed out of poverty.
Zia Moon
11 hours ago
The Privacy and Perception Issue
The Privacy and Perception Issue

Finding Ourselves Online, Offline, and the Spaces In Between

Editors from VICE Magazine and Broadly explain why this year's annual photo issue—in collaboration with Broadly—explores the theme of Privacy and Perception.
Lindsay Schrupp
Elizabeth Renstrom
ELLIS JONES
Sarah Burke
Zing Tsjeng
9 hours ago
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

What Happened When I Called Out Comedians for Transphobic 'Jokes'

After I received a hateful message from my former friend, actor and comedian TJ Miller, the #MeToo movement inspired me to continue calling out transphobia—even when it means facing hordes of vitriolic trolls.
Danielle Solzman
9 hours ago
astro guide
astro guide

Weekly Horoscope June 18 - 22

This is an emotional, spiritual, and horny week—which is exactly how Cancer season should begin.
Randon Rosenbohm
10 hours ago
astro guide
astro guide

Daily Horoscope: June 18, 2018

The Moon enters Virgo, and Neptune retrograde is here!
Annabel Gat
a day ago
Drag Race
Drag Race

We Don't Deserve Leslie Jones and Alyssa Edwards's New Friendship

But we desperately need it.
Amelia Capaz
3 days ago
representation
representation

I Wish I Never Revisited This 'Proud Family' Episode on Muslim Americans

I remembered the episode titled "Culture Shock" as an exciting, rare moment of representation for Muslim Americans like me. In reality, it was simply a caricature-like depiction that I was embarrassed to revisit.
Leila Ettachfini
3 days ago
Culture
Culture

Men Are Still Spending Obscene Amounts of Money to Become Pick-Up Artists

For "Seduction," the first book-length study of PUAs, Dr. Rachel O'Neill trailed coaches and their clients to illuminate an industry that has fallen out of the public eye.
Zing Tsjeng
3 days ago
Broadly Meets
Broadly Meets

Jessie J Is Sharing a Radically Vulnerable Version of Herself

After a four-year hiatus, Jessie J has returned with a stripped-down new record that shows an artist interested in transcending the traditional role of the pop star. She sat down with Broadly to open up about what prompted her reinvention.
Broadly Staff
6.13.18
My House
My House

The Women of 'My House' Discuss What It's Like to Date While Trans

On this week's episode of "My House," Tati invites her trans girlfriends to discuss tough topics like navigating the dating world and whether to come out at your job.
Brent Thomas Whiteside
6.13.18
abortion
abortion

Ireland Has Legalized Abortion. Now What?

As the dust settles from Ireland's historic decision to decriminalize abortion, doctors and activists debate how to implement a healthcare system that makes the procedure accessible for everyone.
Brian O'Flynn
4 days ago
Culture
Culture

Stockholm Bans Sexist Advertising in Public Spaces

City authorities in the Swedish capital voted near-unanimously to keep "offensive or upsetting" imagery off the streets.
Sirin Kale
6.13.18
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