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Ballroom Star Precious Ebony on Living with PTSD and Choosing Your Family

In this week's episode of "My House," the legendary ballroom MC travels to Michigan to compete in the Detroit Awards Ball and spend some quality time with a mentor.
Brent Thomas Whiteside
6.6.18
Culture

Cher Once Played an Abortion Doctor in a Pro-Choice Movie She Directed

With an all-star cast including Demi Moore and Sissy Spacek, the 1996 film "If These Walls Could Talk" broke barriers in its honest and nuanced portrayal of abortion.
Katherine McLaughlin
6.6.18
Culture

'Pepper Ann' Was the Most Underrated Feminist Cartoon of the 90s

Pepper Ann was the groundbreaking 12-year-old heroine of her eponymous TV show. Creator Sue Rose and writer Nahnatchka Khan explain how Pepper Ann impacted a generation of girls.
Chloe Schildhause
5.29.18
Film

Miranda Is the Only Redeemable 'Sex and the City' Character

I couldn't help but wonder: Why is everyone on this show so evil?
Sara David
5.25.18
tv

Watching Cartoon Animals Grapple with Capitalist Misogyny Will Fuck You Up

"Aggretsuko," the new Netflix show from the makers of Hello Kitty, uses the language of my childhood to express the miseries of my adulthood.
Sara David
5.3.18
VICELAND

Photos Capturing the Electric Energy of the Queer Ballroom Scene

MY HOUSE explores the eccentric, undeniably unique world of NYC voguers.
Amelia Capaz
Niq Lewis
4.26.18
Culture

How NASA Stopped 13 Women from Being the First Women in Space

The "Mercury 13" planned to be the first female astronauts to attempt spaceflight, undergoing rigorous training in a private program — until NASA found out about them.
Bedatri Datta Choudhury
4.24.18
Put That In Your Pipe

Bunny the 'Bad' Powerpuff Girl Is Good and Townsville Is Neoliberal Scum

We stan a prison abolitionist.
Sara David
4.18.18
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
Culture

'Queer Eye' Uses Women for an Unconvincing Emotional Payoff

The beloved show's reliance on women for climactic affirmation cruelly robs them of their free will, or even the capacity to appear as fully realized human beings.
Sirin Kale
3.27.18
VICELAND

Getting Kinky with Trixie Mattel and Bob the Drag Queen

Drag queens Trixie Mattel and Bob the Drag Queen play "Dude, Where's My Fetish?" on this week's episode of THE TRIXIE & KATYA SHOW.
Amelia Capaz
3.21.18
NETFLIX

In 'Seven Seconds,' Black Women Take on the Task of Holding Police Accountable

Clare-Hope Ashitey tells Broadly about portraying a Black lawyer confronting the American judicial system's racism in the new Netflix series.
Candice Frederick
3.9.18