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Women's Studies and Gender Studies


BROAD Magazine has included over 30 columns, many of which are still active.  Each column has a focus, including but not limited to identity, experience, skills, and beliefs.  Columns can be authored by any contributor, but require at least 7 submissions per year.  While some columnists reveal their legal names, others might use pen names. 

Below is a list of all BROAD Columns, starting with the most recent.  If the Column name is in brackets and not bold, it is no longer active.   Click the Column name to access more information and all published content.


 The beating, beating, beating of this cerebral female heart.  X. Cathexis September, 2014
Traitor  I can go both ways Paige Gardner September, 2014
 Beyond this point Peach Stephan September, 2014
And Still I Rise Find yourself. Lose yourself. Repeat again.  Yolanda Barnes September, 2014
XX Marks The Spot Remapping Our Destinies Meagan Cook August, 2014
Insight on (In)Justice Envisioning a feminist approach to justice. Kait Madsen August, 2014
Kaleidescope Shifting Perspectives on Our Modern World Sabrina Minhas August, 2014
In the (K)Now Knowledge is power. Power is change. Change is good. Sylvia Bennett August, 2014
The Pink Paperbacks Novel Reflections from a Bibliophilic Feminist Ellie Diaz August, 2014
World of Women Measuring Women's Strength in Pounds and Kilos Elishah Virani August, 2014
Angry Atheist Angry. Godless. Opinionated. Mario Mason August, 2014
Manga Addict Analyze Anime and Manga Through a Gendered Lense Julia DeLuca March, 2014
In(Visible) Negotiating Transient Visibilities Alex White February, 2014
New Levels Building From the Bottom Nichole F. Smith October, 2013
Mama Says... Mutinous Musings of an Urban Mami Karla Estela Rivera October, 2013
Over the Rainbow Exploring a rich and diverse q-munity Patrick Fina September, 2013
Girl Gang Conspiracy Sounds of the Grrrrrl Underground Nina Berman September, 2013
Oh Sh*t Now Overcoming Toxicity in Relationships Southern Belle & Jasmine Revolution September, 2013
Radical (Self) Love An act you do for yourself is an act of love Gaby Ortiz Flores September, 2013
[Talk to Andie] My 77 Cents with Feminist Favorites Andie Karras June, 2013
AltStyle Musings of a Non-Normative Kitty Puncher Katie Klingel June, 2013
Middle Eastern Musings A Dive into the Dead Sea Abeer Allan March, 2013
Queer Thoughts A Transgressive Approach Emma Steiber December, 2012
[Subtle Sexisms] Challenging the isms and schisms of politics and culture Karolyne Carloss November, 2012
[Off the Shelf] Books, Brains, and Broads Anna Gentry November, 2012
[Embracing Chaos] Catching Words in the Wind Jason Lemberg October, 2012
[People Telling Stories] peopletellingstories
Bryce Parsons-Tweston October, 2012
[Con/Science] explorations of feminist space in the vessel of skeptical wonder Brandon Haydon July, 2012
[Educated Guess] Asking how, why, and what the hell? Abi Wilberding July, 2012
[Life on Both Sides] Perspective on the Navigation through Life from Multiple Identities PMC November, 2011
[LezBi Real] Journey to accepting my straight, lez, Christian, feminist, liberal, conservative, family-oriented, partying self. Eman October, 2011
[queertopia] We have the power to define spaces. Yoni Siden October, 2011
Ex Bibliothecis Assisting you in your search for information Jane P. Currie October, 2011
[Pop Up] A feminist and psychotherapist goes toe-to-toe with pop culture K.M. Zwick September, 2011
[Color Contacts] Racial and gender issues from the perspective of a 20something black woman living and working in the South Nlw March, 2011
[Zbody] A feminist's position on pleasure & body Z February, 2011
Screen/Play Film Review, Feminist Take. Brandie Rae Madrid October, 2010
[Beyond the Words] There is something that we cannot express by words only rather to know the context to understand the situation; we have to feel it Aanmona Priyadarshini October, 2010
[The Bonfire] gather around and join the conversation Kyla Baranco October, 2010
Inside R Out? White? Male? Feminist? YES. J. Curits Main September, 2010


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