It used to be that if you had a thing for a serial killer, you'd send a private letter to their prison. Now, thanks to social media, you can make your love as public as you like.
After enduring five seasons of marital rapes, walks of shames, and bo-staff beatings, the women of Game of Thrones are suddenly poised like never before.
Only survivors of abuse are allowed on stage at Rape Is Real and Everywhere, a show touring Canada starting May 15.
Being a dude is complicated.
Veteran feminist activist Vidya Bal is fighting to make India safe for its women, who face everything from violence in the street to discrimination from religious institutions.
The Ryerson Men's Issues Awareness Society is suing the student union on grounds of violating the group's right to free speech.
If wine, soup cans, fascist symbols, and a man wrapped in a tent beside a coyote can be art, then why not dirty diapers?
The feminist activist and writer's new show about global womanhood and gender-based violence airs on VICELAND on May 10.
MissMe's latest work brings her iconic wheatpaste posters to life.
Then Motherboard takes a look at the unregulated world of vaping and the Creators Project tells us about the women behind The Powerpuff Girls revival.
Piers Morgan declared that Kim Kardashian's topless selfie had killed feminism, which is rich coming from one of social media's biggest tits.
A century after women could be arrested for wearing pants, the two-piece still reflects the aspirations of women seeking to defy gender norms and incites the ire of those intent on keeping us in our place.
Writer Rebecca Traister's soon-to-be-seminal book explores the role of unmarried women in America, analyzing how when the number of single women in America rises, direct social change occurs.
Prominent MRA activists like Roosh V know that many young white men feel a voyeuristic pleasure in imagining the weight of oppression upon them—because that way they don't have to deal with the truth.
We spoke to Jacqueline Frances (a.k.a. Jacq the Stripper), the author of The Beaver Show, a new memoir about being a gay stripper, about all the weirdness that goes along with the job.
Feminists are concerned that a court in Canada has given online harassers too much freedom in attacking women.
In fiction, sexbots are generally depicted as supplicant women eager to serve male creators—but what would these machines be like if we flipped that script?
The infamous New Year's sexual assaults at Cologne's central train station were committed by men who looked "Arab" or "North African," according to witnesses, but violence against women doesn't have a skin color.
'I felt like a creature the state didn't recognize as human.'
David O. Russell's new film shows us that women can innovate without the egomania or excessive bro-courage that typifies the Zuckerbergs of the world.
In a year packed with feminist blockbusters like Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the sequel about a male stripper comes out on top.
We've prepared a cheat sheet of conversation starters, fillers, and finishers to carry you through to December 26.
2015 was the year misandry went mainstream, and that's a good thing.
We took a break last week for the Thanksgiving holiday but VICE didn't stop bringing it with fresh new videos for you to check out. Here's our latest slate of documentaries for you to watch.