Unfollow Me exposed the fact that 49 women were killed by abusive partners, ex-partners and stalkers, despite reporting them to police. Now, Broadly is investigating the psychological toll of being stalked.
The Home Affairs Select Committee, which advises British lawmakers on policy, announced its support of a national database of serial stalkers and domestic abuse perpetrators.
Today, Broadly launches Unfollow Me, a new campaign investigating domestic and gendered violence in the UK – and what you can do to protect yourself and advocate for others.
At 16, Evelyn Atieno launched 'Affinity Magazine' – which has exceeded everyone's expectations with a massive following.
My cousin is infinitely cooler than I am. Who better to teach me how to be a wavy teen?
In a country that is being slowly starved and bombed to death, pregnant women and children are among those suffering worst.
A notorious anti-abortion organization in the UK, is receiving £250,000 from a government grant designed to channel money from the tampon tax towards women's charities.
The Oscars may appear to be more representative this year, but men still dominate 80 percent of non-acting nominations. Four women in the movie business tell us why industry prejudice remains so insidious.
Yaa Gyasi's debut novel, 'Homegoing', was praised by Zadie Smith and Ta-Nehisi Coates.