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My First Time
My First Time

How Sex Changed for Me After Embracing My Disability

In her teens, Kelly used sex to show that she was like everyone else. But after accepting her disability, she learned to enjoy sex even more.
Kelly May Perks-Bevington
4.5.18
sexual misconduct
sexual misconduct

1 in 8 College Students Say They Were Inappropriately Touched By a Staff Member

A new report lays bare the scale of harassment at UK universities, with a focus on the prevalence of staff-student misconduct. Advocates say that urgent reform is needed.
Sirin Kale
4.4.18
Essays
Essays

Make 2018 the Year of Trans Representation in Politics

"Let us lead the resistance against our oppression," British Labour Party women's officer Lily Madigan writes for Broadly.
Lily Madigan
3.29.18
Culture
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
Photos
Photos

People Show Us the Outfits That Helped Them Embrace Their Inner Femme

"It feels good to think about trying to express my true self for the first time again."
Christopher Bethell
Zing Tsjeng
3.23.18
domestic violence
domestic violence

What It's Like Running an Underfunded Domestic Violence Shelter

"We have to turn women away every day, which is like the worst feeling in the world.”
Stephanie Soh
3.22.18
LGBTQ
LGBTQ

The Joys and Trials of Getting Pregnant as a Masculine-Identifying Person

The documentary "A Womb Of Their Own" follows the joys and trials of getting pregnant as a masculine-identifying person. Director Cyn Lubow talks to Broadly about trans parenthood and their film.
Dominique Sisley
3.21.18
jobs
jobs

These Women Make A Living By Singing at People's Funerals

Singing at her grandmother's funeral inspired Penelope Shipley to start a business and do the same for other people's families. “The idea has always been to help people," she says.
Kate Leaver
3.19.18
science of sex
science of sex

The Assault Survivor Finding Comfort in Sexual Therapy Tools

Too often, the medical community focuses on treating physical trauma alone. These tools aim to provide a more holistic approach to recovery.
Sirin Kale
3.16.18
politics
politics

Border Control Enthusiast Banned From Crossing UK Border

Lauren Southern is an alt-right blogger who's advocated for strict border controls and attempted to blockade humanitarian ships rescuing migrants. The UK Home Office confirmed she has been denied entry.
Broadly Staff
3.12.18
science of sex
science of sex

Why You Love the Way Your Partner Smells

We dive deep into the genetic mechanism that helps to prevent us inadvertently having sex with our relatives.
Sirin Kale
3.9.18
Culture
Culture

This Girl Band Is Thriving Despite a Racist Hate Campaign Against Them

Rightwing tabloids called them "Ethiopia's Spice Girls" and labeled them a waste of taxpayers' money. Now Yegna is fighting back.
Veronique Mistiaen
3.9.18