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10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Professional Gay Orgy Organiser

How many condoms do you run through in a night? How can one set the mood? Where can I sign up?
Navin Noronha
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Hong Kong Just Mandated Spousal Employment Benefits for Same-Sex Couples

While the semi-autonomous Chinese territory does not legally recognise same-sex marriages, this is a huge step for LGBT rights in the region.
Shamani Joshi

What It’s Like to Come Out in Singapore, Where Gay Sex is Still Illegal

'My parents threatened to send me to a religious teacher. It was the worst time of my life. My parents knew I was depressed and suicidal but they didn't care.'
Edoardo Liotta

A Peek Into What It’s Like To Be Queer In Brunei

Emerging director Atikah's work 'The Visible' gives Bruneian queer women a platform in a country where homosexuality is illegal.
Edoardo Liotta

How Holland Is Normalising Queer Representation In K-Pop

Following the release of his first mixtape, we catch up with Holland to discuss the next steps in his career.
L. Singh

Inside California's Queer Skating Scene

Magda Wosinska documents the changing face of skater culture in America with a new photography series and short film.
Liam Hess

What It's Like to Be Illegally Gay in Myanmar

...And preparing for a drag show.
Libby Hogan

LGBTQ Community May Face Privacy Breach if Grindr Isn’t Sold

Grindr is owned by a Chinese company, which renders it vulnerable to having data taken by the government.
Edoardo Liotta

There’s A Luxury Drug Rehab Center In Thailand Just For LGBTQ+ Clients

VICE visits R12, a special rehab center for LGBTQ+ individuals, which addresses the unique stigma and challenges the community faces
Amahl S. Azwar
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Chinese Version of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Leaves out all LGBT References

Over 4 minutes of LGBT, HIV and drug-related content was omitted from China’s premiere of the film, in line with state censorship.
Edoardo Liotta

Bollywood’s First Lesbian Rom-Com Is Bringing Queer Love to Indian Cinema

The mother of a gay child, Shelly Chopra Dhar, and Gazal Dhaliwal, a trans woman, co-wrote the script for a groundbreaking new movie in India in the hopes of getting through to parents of LGBTQ children.
Alyssa Klein

Life as a Member of India's Third Gender Is a Blessing and a Curse

We spoke to filmmaker Tabs Breese, who spent three years with the hijra community in India to learn more about why living as a member of the country's officially recognized third gender is a unique—and uniquely difficult—experience.
Lucy Draper