Broadly Specials / Extra Scene
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.
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.
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.
Inside the 'Magic Mike' Club for Dominant Lesbian Dancers
City of Doms, a striptease cruise that features both femme and aggressive dancers (à la 'Magic Mike'), has been making waves on the lesbian circuit for a few years.
The Fat Camp Celebrating Body Positivity
Broadly visits the first adult fat camp that focuses on celebrating bodies instead of changing or shaming them.
The Woman Revving Motorcycles like Music in Japan
Shino Hashimoto is a 21-year-old rider from Tokyo, who is fighting to prove herself in Japan’s male-dominated motorbike competitions through one of her proudest skills: cutting calls.
I'm a Real-Life Transgender Dragon
We meet Tiamat Medusa, a trans woman who is simultaneously modifying her body to become a dragon.
I’m A Woman Running For Office For The First Time
A look at 24 hours in the life of two first-time candidates running for office.
The Teen Who Brought Gay Pride To Mike Pence's Hometown
When 18-year-old Erin Bailey decided to put on a Pride festival for her senior project, she expected maybe 50 people would show up.
A Year in the Life at The New York Times
Documentary filmmaker Liz Garbus discusses her new docuseries The Fourth Estate and explains how the 2016 election was her inspiration.
Finding God at a Beyoncé Mass
Broadly recently attended a jam-packed Beyoncé Mass held at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, which was organized by reverend and theologian Yolanda Norton.
Amy Schumer on the Controversy Surrounding Her New Film and Why Her Critics Should Give it a Chance
In her new film I Feel Pretty, Amy Schumer plays Renee, a woman with rock-bottom self esteem. When she hits her head in a Soul Cycle class, she starts seeing herself as supermodel beautiful—even though nothing about her physical appearance has actually ch