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The Trans Trailblazer Dancing Samba at This Year's Rio Carnival

Marcelly Morena is one of the first transgender women to perform at Brazil's annual blowout—and one day, she hopes to be samba queen.
Clara Hernanz
2.13.18
transgender
transgender

How a Trans Student Brought Bathroom Equality to His School

After months of activism, Vinnie Holt of Charlotte, North Carolina, successfully persuaded his school to create strong, trans-affirmative bathroom policies.
Diana Tourjée
12.20.17
transgender
transgender

Trans in Trump's America: A Year in Review

From bathrooms to barracks, the civic lives of transgender people in the United States have been threatened to the extreme in 2017.
Diana Tourjée
12.13.17
LGBT
LGBT

The Trans Mormon Who Won't Let His Church Excommunicate Him

Broadly follows Emmett Claren as he tries to negotiate his gender identity and faith within a historically anti-LGBTQ church.
Broadly Staff
12.7.17
Op-Ed
Op-Ed

Stop Gendering Your Baby

Washington, Oregon, and California are implementing third-sex gender markers on identity documents like birth certificates—which is great, since biological sex doesn't exist.
Diana Tourjée
12.7.17
PROFILES
PROFILES

Lily Madigan Plans on Being the UK's First Trans Member of Parliament

The 19-year-old teenager made history when she became the first transgender woman elected as a Labour Party women's officer. So why has she been viciously targeted by online bullies?
Zing Tsjeng
12.6.17
trans military ban
trans military ban

A Trans Service Member Explains How Discrimination Doesn't End with Policy

Though federal judges have blocked the Trump administration's attempts to implement a trans military ban, service members tell Broadly that current policy still leaves room for discrimination.
Leila Ettachfini
12.1.17
tdor
tdor

On Trans Day of Remembrance, Honor Those We've Lost by Fighting for Justice

On TDOR, we remember the members of the trans community who tragically lost their lives. But remembering is not enough, advocates say: We must also take steps to create a better, fairer future.
Kimberly Lawson
11.20.17
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

Photos of Queer Life on a Sprawling Native American Reservation

The Navajo Nation—the biggest reservation in the US—can get lonely, especially if you identify as LGBTQ. But advocates and members of the community hope that change is coming.
Jeremy Meek
11.14.17
Fashion
Fashion

Tabloids Freak Out Over Trans-Inclusive Changing Rooms, Which Are Nothing New

Hysterical commentators have accused Topshop of caving to "the trans lobby" after the company said that customers can use changing rooms that correspond to their gender identity. But many British retailers have always had trans-friendly policies in place.
Sirin Kale
11.13.17
politics
politics

'This Is How We Win': Inside Danica Roem's Historic Victory

Broadly follows the Virginia Democrat, who became the first openly transgender woman elected to any state house, as she poises for victory in one of the most unique elections in American history.
Broadly Staff
11.10.17
history
history

The Chill Roman Priests Who Worshipped a Goddess and Castrated Themselves

Rome is frequently hailed by the alt-right as a bastion of masculinity, but the cult of Cybele says otherwise.
Siobhan Ball
11.10.17