Women Can Go to Saudi Arabia's Theme Parks. But There Are Rules
Photographer Arwa Al-Na’imi used to love theme parks, but found them less fun as she got older and was separated from her brother.
How Posting Nudes on Twitter Is Helping Filipino Women Become More Sex Positive
The “alterverse” is a community on Twitter marked by sexually explicit content. It allows Filipino women to break free from the conservatism of Philippine society.
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The VICE Guide to Right Now
India’s Supreme Court Says Not All Sex With a Failed Promise to Marry Is Rape
In April 2019, the Supreme Court had passed a verdict saying that sex between consenting adults based on a false promise of marriage will be considered rape. Now it clarifies it’s not rape unless false promise is proven.
Australia’s Young Jews Explain Why Yiddish Is the Language of Protest
A new generation are reclaiming their grandparents' language to further causes of humanism and LGBTQ equality.
Alarming Report Finds Not a Single Girl Born in 132 Indian Villages Since April
"We have discovered that out of a total of 216 deliveries, not a single girl child has been born in 132 villages, which is suspicious and has highlighted female foeticide."
The VICE Guide to Film
4 Over-the-Top Films In 2018 That Actually Make a Point About Social Justice
These movies will make you angry, sad, and hopeful at the same time.
How Sexual and Reproductive Rights are Essential to Achieving Gender Equality
We need to do something about these horrifying violations of inalienable human rights.
Scotland Is Going to Be the First Country to Make Pads and Tampons Free for All Students
The $6.7 million USD scheme is a major step in eradicating period poverty, which sees hundreds of thousands of young women struggle to afford basic sanitary products.
Life Inside Indonesia's Widow-Only Village
The Arbain housing complex in East Java is a quiet but resilient community of widows who take care of one another despite the stigma of widowhood in the country.
At Women's March Jakarta, a Thousand Reasons to Fight
Last weekend, people from different walks of life marched the streets of Jakarta to fight against every injustice, from violence against women to homophobia.
Female Ojek Drivers Struggle to Find Acceptance on City Streets
The biggest pain for Indonesian women working in the online ojek industry isn't the traffic, it's the men who keep cancelling their orders because they don't want a woman driver.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
Indonesia's Widows are Stuck In a Web of Poverty, But There's a Way Out
And, no, we don't mean becoming some guy's second wife.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja