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Broadly Specials / Clip
1:00

The Pageant Celebrating Girls with Disabilities

The Miss Arc Broward pageant, a competition for children and teens with special needs, isn't what you'd expect from a typical beauty pageant.
High-Powered Fails
2:21

Gov. Kate Brown Was Laid Off from Her First Job

In this episode of High-Powered Fails, Oregon Governor Kate Brown explains how she lost her first job just after graduating law school, and what she learned in terms of overcoming sexism in subsequent job interviews.
Broadly Specials
7:11

How to Make Pills Out of a Placenta

Hoping to understand what goes into placenta consumption, Broadly’s Simone Sullivan meets up with doula Yehudit “Yomi” Chernovy to see how she prepares one woman’s placenta in pill form.
How to Behave
7:04

Barbie Ferreira's Guide to Getting More Money

In this episode of 'How To Behave', host Barbie Ferreira looks for way to summon money in the modern era.
High-Powered Fails
4:26

Gabrielle Union on Dealing with Divorce

Gabrielle Union opens up about how her first marriage fell apart, and what it took for her to recover.
Broadly Meets
11:19

Why Jessie J Is Back after a Long Absence

In this episode of Broadly Meets, we join singer Jessie J at an intimate concert in Montauk, New York. Jessie tells us about her long absence from the music scene and reveals how she took her new album, 'R.O.S.E,' in an entirely new direction.
i-D Specials
3:09

from christy to adwoa, 10 models share their passions on international women's day

What does it mean to be a model in 2018? i-D has always believed in the power of speaking out and today, on International Women's Day, 10 models discuss what it means to be a woman in the fashion industry.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
3:31

This is the “legal arm of the pro-life movement”

VICE News sat down with Catherine Glenn Foster, AUL president and CEO, to talk about why the group has had so much success over the last decade.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
4:13

Strippers are turning to bartending for a more lucrative career

It's bartenders versus dancers
Broadly Specials
18:09

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.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
5:01

Chinese women are getting rich by simply live streaming their days

VICE News visits a live streaming factory in Wuhan to find out how the business works, and spends a day with Huan Huan, a young woman who goes live a couple of hours a day, showing no skin, and rakes in up to $20,000 a month.
VICE News Shorts
0:49

Pioneering Australian senator breastfeeds at mic in parliament

Australian Sen. Larissa Waters became the first politician to breastfeed while speaking in parliament.
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