astro guide

Daily Horoscopes: December 14, 2018

The moon is in Pisces today.
Annabel Gat
19 hours ago
astro guide

Weekly Horoscope: December 10 - 16

All the planetary retrogrades of 2018 have ended—and now we're left cleaning up the messes they left behind!
Randon Rosenbohm
4 days ago
this is fine

Announcing Our New Sunday Newsletter: This Is Fine.

A weekly look at the highly personal and specific ways we go about improving our days.
Broadly Staff

Germany Introduces a Third Gender Category on Official Documents

Its parliament just approved an option for gender non-conforming, intersex, or non-binary people on birth certificates.
Sirin Kale
5 hours ago
The Scarlet Letter Reports

Anita Sarkeesian on Sexism in Gaming

Amanda Knox meets Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist video blogger who has experienced relentless online harassment, doxxing, and death threats because of her YouTube videos.
Unfollow Me

The Psychology Behind Stalking

It’s comforting to believe that we can easily spot a stalker. But people who engage in stalking actually vary far more widely that you'd expect.
Christine Ro
21 hours ago

The Professor Who Made Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' a College Course

After empowering Southern students of color with her "Lemonade" course, Texas professor Omise’eke Tinsley retraces her own roots in a new book.
Rachel Rascoe
a day ago

Ugly Christmas Sweaters Are Degrading

I'm telling you this because I care about you.
Diana Tourjée
a day ago
astro guide

The Emotional Baggage You Need to Leave in 2018, According to Your Sign

New Year, who dis?
Annabel Gat
a day ago

Taylor Swift Used Facial Recognition Technology to Screen Concert for Stalkers

Fans at Swift's Rose Bowl show in California were secretly surveilled using state-of-the-art software installed in a kiosk behind video screens of Swift rehearsing.
Sirin Kale
a day ago

Meghan Markle's Status As a Woman of Color Leaves No Room for Error

The mainstream media has an unhealthy obsession with nitpicking her every move.
Bianca Betancourt
2 days ago
Trans Legends

Felicia Elizondo's Wild Memories of Trans Life in 60s San Francisco

In the 60s, activist and entertainer Felicia Elizondo was a regular at San Francisco's Compton's Cafeteria, the site of a historic 1966 riot for trans rights, and the only place she felt free as a transgender woman.
Zackary Drucker
2 days ago

Members of Congress Can't Use Tax Dollars for Harassment Settlements Anymore

Lawmakers in the House and Senate changed a decades-old rule that let members of Congress accused of sexual misconduct pay settlements with taxpayer dollars.
Marie Solis
a day ago
How to Behave

A Guide to Dealing with Anger

In an effort to combat the outdated idea of women acting "proper," Barbie Ferreira searches for beneficial ways to use her anger.