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4.19.18

Photos of Australia's Oldest Circus

Founded in the 1800s, the Ashton Circus is still going strong. Photographer Craig Holmes shares his experience capturing its many diverse personalities.

5.31.17

In Photos: A Day in the Life of a Transgender Model

"This is Fiona and she wanted her story to be told."

5.18.17

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.'"

4.12.17

Behind-the-Scenes Photos of an Alpaca Beauty Pageant

Who's the fairest fluff-ball of them all?

4.6.17

Meet 'ShElvis,' Australia’s Only Female Elvis

Broadly caught up with Sheryl Sharkie, aka "ShElvis," as she travelled the country to perform as the King.

3.15.17

Women with the Souped-Up Cars They Love, in Photos

"It's a little bit used, and it's got war wounds and scars—like me."

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3.9.17

Did You Know Ben Folds Was a Guest Photo Editor for NatGeo? We Talked to Him About it:

The singer-songwriter recently curated for the ‘Your Shot’ open submission photo story series.

2.25.17

Among Princesses and Superheroes, the First Trans Doll Debuts at the NY Toy Fair

The Tonner Doll Company showcased the first trans doll based on Jazz Jennings, while other toy companies introduced the latest slew of nostalgic fare.

1.23.17

Couples Who Love Tantric Sex Share Their Reasons Why, in Photos

"I asked her if we could go to Planet Tantra and she said, 'Yes, yes please.'"

1.17.17

The Nomadic Women of New Zealand's Biggest Traveling Fair

They spend eight months of the year traveling around the country in trucks and caravans, having a riotously good time.

1.13.17

The Photographer Transforming Her Subjects into Lurid, Strange Superheroes

From lizard ladies to clown girls, photographer Parker Day's "ICONS" series embraces weirdness in a way you've never seen before.

12.26.16

Broadly's Best Photo Essays of 2016

This year, our photographers covered everything from lesbian pool parties to anti-Donald Trump protests, and they came back with visual gold.

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