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Broadly Specials / Extra Scene
9:06

Why I Left LuLaroe and Started Driving For GrubHub

Jill Domme was one of 80,000 retailers who joined LuLaRoe. Consumed by early success, she is now paying off $39,000 in debt by driving GrubHub as her second job.
Indonesia Riot
10:51

Filing Down Teeth: The Path to Adulthood in Bali

VICE Indonesia follows Gek Sri as she undergoes her own “defanging” ceremony to see how Bali’s youngest generation of adults is taking on a tradition with deep roots.
Broadly Specials
29:40

Why Women Are Quitting Their Side Hustle: Leaving LuLaRoe

Thousands of women have bought into the LuLaRoe legging empire by selling colorful clothes on the internet in hopes of getting rich quick. We talk to three women about their experiences as LuLaRoe consultants and why they decided to leave.
Style & Error
13:23

Is Asian Rap Cultural Appropriation?

Model Salem Mitchell sits down with local LA rapper, Hollei Day to discuss Asians in Hip Hop, and the female rappers views on cultural appropriation.
High-Powered Fails
3:50

How Brooklyn Decker Used Criticism to Shape Her Career

Actress Brooklyn Decker explains how she bounced back from unfavorable film reviews and regained her confidence.
The Scarlet Letter Reports / web
10:42

Tamara Holder on Sexual Assault in Television

Tamara Holder was a regular commentator on Fox News before being assaulted by a company executive. Now, she’s picked up her law practice again and continues to fight for other women who have experienced harassment and assault.
All In Her Head / web
5:57

I Went Blind Before Doctors Took My Disease Seriously

Women with chronic illnesses are often misdiagnosed with anxiety, depression, or hypochondria instead of receiving the treatment they need. This is Beatrice’s story.
The Scarlet Letter Reports / web
12:01

Kiah Morris on Fighting Racial Harassment

Kiah Morris was the only black woman in Vermont's state legislature. But after an escalating campaign of racial harassment against her, Kiah was forced to resign—not only for the safety of herself, but also for her family.
The Scarlet Letter Reports / web
10:57

Alexandra Waterbury on Sexual Exploitation in Ballet

Alexandra Waterbury sued New York City Ballet after discovering some of its male dancers had been exchanging explicit texts.
Broadly Shorties
6:52

Why Lindsay Lohan, Nicki Minaj, and Kim Kardashian Should Probably Be Cancelled

#Cancelled is a gameshow where three fans debate controversial—but beloved—celebrities and vote which one of them should be cancelled. For this round, Lindsay Lohan, Nicki Minaj, and Kim Kardashian are on the chopping block.
Broadly Shorties
5:54

How One Porn Star Deals with Internet Hate | Just the Tips

In this episode of 'Just the Tips,' host Dee Nasty meets with porn star Riley Reid to hear how she deals with trolls—both on the internet and in real life.
Broadly Specials
3:34

Stock Photos Beyond the Binary: Inside 'The Gender Spectrum Collection'

The Gender Spectrum Collection is a stock photo library made up of nearly 200 new images of trans and non binary individuals intended to portray the under-represented community without clichés.
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