Inside Danica Roem's Historic Victory
Danica Roem made history on November 7, becoming the first openly transgender person to be elected and seated to a state legislature. VICE had exclusive access to Roem in the final hours of her campaign.
Malala on Refugees, Advocacy, and the Girl Power Trip
Broadly's Ariel Wengroff sits down with social advocate Malala Yousafzai at the UN headquarters in New York.
Actor Brenna Harding on Same-Sex Parenting Rights and Female Collectives
Broadly sits down with Puberty Blues actor Brenna Harding to talk activism and the power of female collectives.
The Australian Model Calling Out Fashion’s Size Hierarchy
Model Stefania Ferrario explains how she’s challenging the fashion world to #DropThePlus.
Ex-Scientology Leader and Trans Icon Kate Bornstein on What It Takes to Survive
After being exiled from the Scientology Church she became an underground queer artist, a transsexual icon, and one of the most important gender theorists in the world.
The Unstoppable Wendy Davis on the Fight for Abortion Rights
We sat down with former Texas state senator Wendy Davis to discuss the harsh abortion restrictions she filibustered in 2013 & the future of women's reproductive health.
The Radical Life of The First Lady of New York, Chirlane McCray
Host Diana Tourjee visits the first lady in Gracie Mansion to discuss media scrutiny, sexual fluidity, and breaking down the stigma around mental illness.
Stella McCartney on Fake Fur, Rihanna, and Well-Fitted Bras
Outspoken vegetarian fashion designer Stella McCartney unloads about her famous parents and her personal battles with the fashion industry.
Azealia Banks on Being a Controversial Witch
In this episode of Broadly Meets, we sit down with Azealia Banks to talk about her new music, why she courts controversy, and how to cast a cleansing spell with an egg.
Savages on How There's No Bullshit Onstage
Mish Way, talks to Jehnny Beth and Gemma Thompson of Savages about their new album, touring, and how there's no bullshit on stage.
Amy Ziering On Campus Rape and Why No One Believes Women
We talk to Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, Amy Ziering, about how she exposed the campus rape epidemic in her latest film, The Hunting Ground.