Frances Morton

Christchurch shooting

Mongrel Mob Boss on Overcoming Hate in the Wake of the Christchurch Massacre

Sonny Fatu has become an outspoken voice for tolerance and change.
Frances Morton
3.22.19
sex work

Men Who Buy Sex on Their Ideal Relationship with Sex Workers

“They see you as more than just a dick with money.”
Frances Morton
10.3.18
Art

Glorious NSFW Photos Celebrating New Zealand's Gay Men

Homosexuality as religion.
Frances Morton
11.29.17
chemsex

The Rise of Chemsex in New Zealand

We talked to a sex worker about the popularity of drug-enhanced sex in Auckland's underground gay scene.
Frances Morton
11.29.17
Art

Creative Women of Colour Are New Zealand's New Dynasty

Starting with this pop-up show of feminist art.
Frances Morton
11.17.17
elections nz

The New Zealand Election: Your Questions Answered!

The votes are counted, but we’re not there yet.
Frances Morton
9.24.17
VICELAND

Why Standing Rock Is Only the Beginning

We spoke to Sarain Carson-Fox, host of the new SBS VICELAND series RISE, about telling stories of indigenous-led resistance from the inside.
Frances Morton
7.26.17
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WATCH: The Director of ‘Spookers' On Filming In a Former Asylum

New Zealand filmmaker Florian Habicht took VICE out for his "last meal" on earth with his mate, the singing zombie clown.
Frances Morton
7.19.17
Premieres

Turns Out this Young Maori Teacher is New Zealand’s Next Great Soul Singer

So good, all you have is clichés to reach for: Jaw-dropping. Goosebumps. Heavenly.
Frances Morton
6.22.17
Sexual Assault NZ

These Photos of Sexual Assault Survivors Go Beyond the Stock Image Cliches

New Zealand photographer Megan Bowers-Vette is tackling shame and creating a community with the Us Project.
Frances Morton
6.15.17
Zealandia

Vogueing for Survival: Inside New Zealand's Radical Pacific Queer Community

We spoke to Tanu Gago of Auckland arts collective FAF SWAG about the power of vogeuing.
Frances Morton
5.8.17
Tattoo

'Absolute Responsibility': A Young Māori Tattooist on the Ancient Tradition of Tā Moko

Moko Smith uses traditional tools handcrafted from pig tusks to create tattoos from Aotearoa's pre-European past.
Frances Morton
3.24.17
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