"TV has long neglected to consider women’s bodies as anything other than sexual objects," says Caitlin Wolper. "Men could fart up the screen, but on TV, a woman’s bodily functions either went unmentioned or were presented as shameful and disgusting. There’s a whole plotline in Friends where the guys are grossed out by breast milk. And Sex and the City, title aside, erred prude when it came to bodily functions: An entire episode was devoted to the importance of a closed bathroom door. Broad City, on the other hand, lets us right into the bathroom with its characters."