discrimination

LGBTQ

South Korean Military’s Anti-LGBTQ Law Fosters a Culture of Abuse

Amnesty International’s new report reveals disturbing evidence of violence and bullying towards gay and trans soldiers.
Meera Navlakha
7.12.19
Ask A Lawyer

Ask a Lawyer: Can Hotels Really Deny Entrance to Rappers?

Meek Mill was recently turned away from a hotel in Vegas, and plans to sue. We asked a lawyer whether he has a case.
Jessica Meiselman
5.30.19
News

An Indonesian Police Officer Has Been Fired For Being Gay

The former policeman, who had been in the job for a decade, has filed a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
5.20.19
Culture

Welcome to 'Devil's House,' Home to One of Indonesia's Most Persecuted Communities

Gedung Setan in Surabaya, East Java, has been a safe haven for generations Chinese Indonesian minorities who had to run away from violence. Eviction is a looming threat, but residents swear they aren't going anywhere.
Reno Surya
3.4.19
LGBTQ

The Fearless Group Fighting For A Safe Space For Trans Women in Indonesia

Mami Yuli's halfway home is small, but it's arguably the safest space for Indonesia's elderly trans women.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
3.1.19
LGBTQ

Hong Kong Court Refuses to Recognize Transgender Men on National Identity Cards

In Hong Kong, transgender people are required to undergo a sex reassignment surgery before they can change the gender marker on their ID.
Kari Lindberg
2.4.19
jobs

See Another Sexist Job Ad In China? Call the National Hotline, Authorities Say

As the hiring season draws near, authorities in Dezhou are reminding women to report discriminatory job postings—unless they're really not suitable for the job.
Mustika Hapsoro
1.31.19
watch

Renting In Mumbai

We spoke to young people in India about how hard it is to rent in one of the world's most expensive cities.
VICE Staff
12.21.18
Interview

Japanese Tattoo Masters Speak Up on the Complicated Relationship Between Art and Politics

We sat down with Nisacco and Gakkin, two of Japan's most celebrated blackwork tattoo artists today.
Sharon Shum
12.13.18
Film

How China's Female Filmmakers are Challenging the Industry's Sexist Traditions

Five women tell us the day-to-day reality of being a young filmmaker in China's changing film industry in the second part of our three-part series.
Alex Li
11.28.18
Film

Female Chinese Filmmakers In Their Own Words: Introduction

Just how difficult is it to be a young film director and a woman in China? We talked to five emerging filmmakers to find out.
Alex Li
11.27.18
Photos

Portraits of People Living with Albinism in a Remote Village in Indonesia

In the village of Ciburuy, West Java, the rate of albinism is unusually high. Here, one in 177 people have the rare genetic condition.
Bukbisj Candra Ismeth Bey
11.22.18
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