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The Incredible Love Between Jazz Jennings and Her Fiercest Advocate—Her Mom

Jazz Jennings became a public figure in 2007 as a transgender child, and has risen to fame in the years since. Along the way, her mother Jeanette has never once left her side.
Diana Tourjée
5.7.18
Television
Television

9 Documentaries About Women You Can Watch for Free on YouTube

Are you a documentary film buff who's too broke to pay for a Netflix subscription? We got you.
Sirin Kale
4.11.18
Television
Television

How ‘The O.C.’s Chrismukkah Became a Real Life Holiday

Seth Cohen made up the Christmas and Hanukkah holiday combo in season one of the teen drama. Now it's taken on a life of its own.
Daniel Spielberger
12.13.17
Television
Television

The Reality Show that Gaslit Women into Thinking Some Dude Was Prince Harry

With the real Prince Harry due to marry Meghan Markle, we revisit "I Wanna Marry Harry," the 2014 TV series that promised 12 American contestants a shot at true love with a fake royal.
Sirin Kale
12.5.17
tv
tv

How to Make Good TV About Eating Disorders, According to Survivors

In the wake of Netflix's "To the Bone" and the new BBC3 series "Overshadowed," women with EDs tell us how they want pop culture to portray their illness.
Kate Leaver
10.3.17
Television
Television

'Laguna Beach' Reboot Is a Boring Mess About Surf Bros Who Lack Chest Hair

Where MTV's original succeeded because of drama between Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari, "Siesta Key" flounders due to its focus on generic guys in boardshorts.
Mitchell Sunderland
8.1.17
Television
Television

No Longer a 'Side Chick': Karrueche Tran Is Breaking Out on Her Own

The 'Claws' actress sits down with Broadly to discuss her method acting technique and her frustrations with the way she's been portrayed in tabloids.
Mitchell Sunderland
6.29.17
tv
tv

What Your Favorite Fictional TV Couples Would Be Like in Bed

Is Homer as compatible with Marge as he is with donuts?
Bethy Squires
5.30.17
Donald Trump
Donald Trump

America's Finally Ready for Roseanne's Controversial Working-Class Comedy

She's offended feminists, President George Bush, and everyone in between. With a series reboot coming next year, Roseanne is the perfect comedian to comment on the lives of Trump voters.
Mitchell Sunderland
5.17.17
NETFLIX
NETFLIX

Catching Up With Your 'Master of None' BFF Lena Waithe

We chatted with the actor/writer about working with Angela Bassett and Kym Whitley, shaping roles around her identity as a black lesbian, and her love of "Sex and the City."
Sara David
5.12.17
Interviews
Interviews

The Webseries 'Brown Girls' Is a Love Letter to Queer Women of Color

The new show about 20-somethings living in Chicago has drawn comparisons to "Broad City" and "Girls," but creators Fatimah Asghar and Sam Q. Bailey have made something even better. They tell us about their new project and how ethnic minorities are...
Nadya Agrawal
1.25.17
Los Angeles
Los Angeles

Meet the Actress Reinventing the Role of the TV Maid on 'The Mick'

With her breakthrough role on the Fox sitcom, character actress Carla Jimenez brings depth to what could have been a boring stereotype.
Mitchell Sunderland
1.12.17