In the new book 'Delhi: Communities of Belonging,' photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh explore and celebrate queer culture in India, including the gay men who were forced to get married and have children, yet still cruise in secrecy.
The city bought the space for $2.25 million and is open to hearing ideas from the local community as how to best commemorate the victims of the worst mass shooting in US history.
Eight out of ten Trump supporters think paying taxes is a civic duty, a judge dismisses a lawsuit over police tactics in Ferguson, the NRA responds to the Kardashian robbery with sarcastic tweets, and more.
Does Brian Anderson's announcement mean we're going to see a new wheel company based on Tom of Finland graphics? Or a board company with bara and yaoi graphics challenging Hook-Ups?
On an all new episode of Weediquette, Krishna visits the grow houses of the cities' original black market weed dealers to talk to them about going above ground.
An interview with Kate Harrad, who wrote a handbook to bisexuality.
Calvin Carter fled Jamaica after he says his boyfriend was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime. But with two misdemeanors on his record, gaining protective status in the US is next to impossible.
On the season two premiere of GAYCATION, Ellen and Ian meet openly gay journalists, activists, and drag performers working toward progress in the post-Soviet nation.
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.