Broadside is a feminist publication seeking to provide a space in which individuals and communities can find a balance between the intersection of voice and lived experience. The conversations we foster uplift the marginalized experience, but remain rooted in facts of living so often overlooked. We believe that the margins, the grey areas, represent opportunities for growth and expansion free of boundaries or expectations. In this way we disrupt the silence of exclusion by empowering the reader, the author, and the other. Broadside is universal and particular—its openness transcends the divisive and affirms the connectedness shared by all. Know that there are no barriers to entry here, welcome to Broadside.