The Casteless Collective Is Breaking Caste Boundaries With Its Music
They’re singing about beef curry, sewage cleaners and reservations in a bid to “make a casteless generation”.
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We Talk to Deepa Mehta, Huma Qureshi and Prayaag Akbar About Making a Show Like Leila in the India of Today
In this episode of ‘VICE Talks Film’, we meet the director and actor of Netflix India’s dystopian drama, alongside chatting up the writer of the book it is based on.
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Meet AMUBA, Indonesia's First All-Trans Girlband
In our new documentary we follow AMUBA's struggle to build a music career in a country where the LGBTQ community is deeply maligned.
This Bharatanatyam Dancer is Radically Challenging Racial Stereotypes
“Even now, some kids standing around the temple, will say, “Chinese teacher, Chinese teacher."”
The Teenage Girls Building Their Own Ballet School in a Rio Favela
The crowdfunder set up after the release of the VICE documentary 'Ballet & Bullets: Dancing Out of the Favela' has raised enough money for the Na Ponta dos Pés school to build its own community centre.
Meet The Guy Turning Shane Warne and Donald Trump Into Bongs
Gatorbeug is the Australian bong artist making beautiful pop art creations that will get you very high.
Pride and Prejudice: LGBTQ Rights in Asia's Newest Nation of Timor-Leste
VICE travels to Asia's youngest nation of Timor-Leste to march at its annual Pride parade and learn about the LGBTQ community's Pride—and fight—to come out in a deeply religious place.
Young Australians Talk Climate Change, Immigration, Indigenous Affairs and more
In the lead up to Australia’s Federal Election, VICE invites people with a broad range of experiences and expertise to discuss the most pressing issues of our nation.
Watch This Ruthless Crayfish Remove Its Own Claw to Escape a Boiling Hot Pot
Its. own. claw.
Madame X: The Rise and Fall of Indonesia's Queer Cinema
We talk to experts about the past, present and future of LGBTQ representation in Indonesian cinema.
This Mexican Town Celebrates Its Namesake Saint with Exploding Hammers
Despite several attempts to ban the practice and the handful of injuries it regularly causes, the tradition has carried on for 300 years.
VICE Votes: Young Indian Voters Speak Up On General Elections 2019
As India votes to get its next government, we get young Indians to talk about politics, culture, identity, and what they think is the need of the hour for the country.