Broadly's 'Ask a Bro' Series Provides a Look into "Bro Culture"

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 23, 2016
References: broadly.vice & youtube
Since Vice launched 'Broadly,' its dedicated women's interest platform, it has populated its YouTube channel with entertaining segments like 'Style & Error,' 'Ovary Action' and 'Ask a Bro.'

Ask a Bro is a series that Broadly describes as "a study of bro culture in all its beefy, V-necked forms." So far, the five YouTube episodes have taken viewers on an exploration of SantaCon, LA gyms and frat houses in order to examine stereotypes and some of the motivations behind certain behaviors by engaging with men on the street.

In the 'LA Gym Bros' episode, host Lauren Oyler asks a range of questions on how gym buffs optimize their gym routines, why they work out, what it feels like to be extremely good-looking and "If a bro falls in the forest and no one is around to hear him, does he even make a sound?"