'People Are Dying Every Single Day': The Refugee Painting Syria's Pain
Syrian refugee and artist Miream Salameh spoke to Broadly about what it means to paint the destruction of her homeland.
Domestic Violence Services Need to Accommodate Trans People
They're not just at higher risk; the risks they face are unique.
Rape Victims Experience Involuntary Paralysis During Assault, Study Finds
It's not as simple as "just fighting back."
In Photos: A Day in the Life of a Transgender Model
"This is Fiona and she wanted her story to be told."
'I Was Going to Stab Him': People Tell Us the Evil Things They Did as Kids
Children are insane!
How to Take the Perfect Nude Selfie, According to a Photographer
We asked a professional to share their tips and tricks to perfecting the art of the nude selfie.
Female Competitive Woodchoppers Are Axing Gender Stereotypes
"I remember one person saying to their husband, 'If she beats you, don't you bother coming home.'"
Speaking with the Dead Is an Effective Way of Mourning
When a loved one passes, the grief can be overwhelming. But your bond doesn't necessarily end there.
'Life Without Her Is a Joy': Women Talk About Divorcing Their Mothers
"I was done with the fights, done with the criticism. I felt freed."
There Is Now a Club for People with Mean Parents
Do you have a difficult mother or father? Now you can literally join the club.
Men Get Top Jobs in Traditionally Female Fields Because of Course They Do
You've heard of the glass ceiling. Welcome to the "glass escalator."
People with the Same Names as Celebrities Tell Us How Much it Sucks
"There's nothing worse than having your name called out in a waiting room and everyone turns around to see where the bald Irish singer is, just to be disappointed."