9 Broadly Videos to Watch Before The Year Is Over

We met a trans dragon, attended a lavish witch wedding, and so much more—revisit the videos from 2018 that we still can't stop watching.

Broadly Staff

12 of Our Favorite Longreads from a Very Long Year

Revisiting the stories that got us through the chaos of 2018.

Broadly Staff

Trans Icon Miss Major: 'We've Got to Reclaim Who the Fuck We Are'

Stonewall Uprising veteran Miss Major Griffin-Gracy offers fighting words from a lifetime of advocacy.

Zackary Drucker

Victoria Cruz on Life as a Trans Sex Worker in 70s New York

"The Black movement, and the women’s movement, was all up and going. And it was time for the gay movement to start." Legendary transgender activist Victoria Cruz reflects on the era of the Stonewall uprising.

Zackary Drucker

Sabel Samone-Loreca on Living as a Black, HIV-Positive Transgender American

"I know you wanna close all the windows and doors and just be in the dark, but if you just wait and hold on...the light comes through." Sabel Samone-Loreca offers wisdom from a life of resilience and recovery.

Zackary Drucker

What Are Jinn: The Arab Spirits Who Can Eat, Sleep, Have Sex, and Die

From Disney's Aladdin to the subject of exorcisms, jinn spirits have influenced culture and religion for centuries in our realm and theirs.

Leila Ettachfini
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How Female Vampires Sucked the Patriarchy Out of Pop Culture

From 19th century Irish literature to "Buffy," the vampiress has been redefining "acceptable womanhood" for centuries.

Christobel Hastings

Are Cats Psychic? An Investigation

Since time immemorial, cats have been revered as spiritual creatures—so I asked a psychic to help me understand my tabby, Smidge.

Dominique Sisley

Stop Stereotyping Arab Women With Your Halloween Costumes

Photographer Yumna Al-Arashi wants you to trash your sexy Jasmine costume and dress up as her heroes instead.

Zing Tsjeng
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The Real Legend of Mongfind, the Witch-Queen Who Inspired Halloween

A direct descendent of Samhain is the spooky reason for the season.

Mary McGill

Hexing Brett Kavanaugh Was the Healing I Needed

The Catland-organized hex on Brett Kavanaugh was an act of solidarity with survivors, a ritual to harness our rage and allow it to destroy something other than ourselves.

Sara David

Queer Sex Magic: How to Do LGBTQ Witchcraft in Bed

According to professional witches, you can perform queer sex magic either with a partner or by yourself. I set a self-acceptance intention and tried it out.

Tracey Duncan
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