The Other 2020
The Internet Musician Left at London Has Perfected the Art of Going Viral
The singer-songwriter’s impressions have been cosigned by Mitski and Tyler, the Creator. Now she wants you to listen to her original stuff.
How a Pop Star Became the Face of Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Movement
Denise Ho once had a promising music career in mainland China. But she threw it all away to become one of the most vocal opponents to the country’s encroaching power in her hometown.
These Queer People Wrote Love Letters to Their Younger Selves
Photographer Heather Glazzard asked LGBTQ people from the U.K. to write notes to their teenage selves.
I'm Changing the Largely Male, Straight Tattoo Industry with a Simple List
Queer Bodmod Compass helps LGBTQ people connect with tattooists in their area that they can feel safer around.
We Can't Ignore Stalking and Domestic Violence on College Campuses
This month, Broadly's Unfollow Me series investigates domestic violence and stalking at universities across the UK.
Bilingual Pop Sensation Empress Of Loves Memes and Linkin Park
The musician behind the new album "Us" answers our quick-fire survey about astrology, insecurities, and songs that make her cry.
The Climate Change Paper So Depressing It's Sending People to Therapy
On average, three people read an academic paper. At least 100,000 have read this—and a lot of them haven't taken it very well.
Police Use Genealogy Website to Crack 45-Year-Old Cold Murder Case
Linda Ann O'Keefe's family thought they would never find her killer. Decades later, police have arrested a suspect based on DNA match on a public genealogy site.
New York City Bans Discrimination Against Black Hairstyles
New guidelines recognize that harassing, threatening, or professionally punishing people because of their hair texture or style is racial discrimination.
Actually It's You, Not Us: A Toast To Breakups
For Valentine’s Day, we’re celebrating the doomed relationships that shaped us, in all their messy glory. Because love is just as much about heartbreak as it is about romance.
Female Genital Mutilation Bill Blocked by 'Appalling' UK Conservative MP
Sir Christopher Chope has been described as an "embarrassment to humanity" for objecting to legislation that would protect children from FGM.
'If Beale Street Could Talk' Star Kiki Layne Does Tarot Every Damn Day
The lead actress of Barry Jenkins's Oscar-nominated new film says that the cards told her to stick it out in Hollywood.