In this special episode of GAYCATION, we visit Orlando in the wake of the Pulse nightclub massacre to talk to survivors and community leaders about the devastating shooting that killed 49 and injured 53.
On a special episode of GAYCATION, we travel to Orlando to talk with survivors of the deadliest shooting in US history.
In the battle between "masc" and "fem," many gay men are making enemies of themselves.
It's a country where "any act of gross indecency with another male person" is still punishable with two years of prison.
Double or triple minorities, LGBTQ Muslims struggle with discrimination in many forms—and Orlando might make it worse.
On Sunday, America was forced to recall that there's always someone who wants to murder you just for being gay.
The deadliest mass shooting in US history didn't even make the front page of some British newspapers. Why?
This morning, the Orlando nightclub shooter was on the FBI's radar, LA police have stopped a man headed to Pride with a car full of weapons, South Korea stops a North Korean cyber attack, and more.
The paper is infamously known for its racist and homophobic cartoons, as well as columns endorsing rape.
A gay panic that started with LGBTQI emojis has escalated to a full on government crackdown.
I spoke to four lesbians who got railroaded into prison during a national panic spiked with homophobia.
The grocery giant released security footage in an attempt to argue a Texas pastor filed a fraudulent lawsuit.
"I like who I am and wouldn't want to change that. At the same time, I would like it if the world just accepted me the way I am."
The idea that black social movements tend to be led only by male leaders of African-American churches is being left in the past.
A bill that's supposedly designed to protect the religious freedom of people who disagree with homosexuality has been roundly criticized by LGBT advocates.
VICE dives into the inclusive world of Sailor Moon fandom to understand how the 90s cartoon helped shape young queer identities and create a sense of community.
I didn't feel as righteous as you might think.
I expected to catch shit from other prisoners, but the harassment from guards is way worse.
Their ban on the emoticons, which include two men holding hands, is only one aspect of the country's entrenched homophobia.
A new gay-positive approach online doesn't hide the fact that tabloids still relish spinning stories out of famous people's sexualities.
Anti-gay laws, attacks, and evangelism are all part of the increasingly dangerous witch hunt against Uganda's LGBTQ community.
VICE traveled to Albania to get a rare glimpse into the lives of people who have been victimized and neglected because of their sexual orientation.
EDES (short for "Evil Duck Eat Sperm") says he's mocking homophobes through the power of paint.
The region has lagged behind Western Europe when it comes to gay rights thanks to its reactionary nationalist movements and Russia's outwardly homophobic regime.