Homophobia

LGBT

Watch Ellen Page Call Out Mike Pence’s Homophobia on ‘The Late Show’

Page said the US vice president “has hurt LGBTQ people so badly” and “wishes I couldn’t be married.”
Manisha Krishnan
2.1.19
The Privacy and Perception Issue

The Affirming—But Bittersweet—Experience of Watching YouTube Coming Out Videos

I expected the clips from LGBTQ vloggers to be too earnest and saccharine, but I fell down the wormhole anyway.
Amelia Abraham
6.30.18
Australia Today

Police Find 27 Unsolved Murders in Sydney Probably Fuelled by Gay Hate

A new report exposes a revolting period in Sydney's history.
VICE Staff
6.27.18
Football

Can the Russian World Cup Sponsors Call Themselves LGBTQ-Friendly?

Brands are, as ever, happy to pose as allies when it suits them, but some marketing opportunities are too rewarding to refuse.
Jake Hall
6.25.18
Food

The Idyllic Restaurant Chain Owned by a Homophobic, Racist, Child-Beating Cult

They don't exactly advertise their beliefs on the menus.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
5.1.18
LGBTQ

Queer People Describe Their First Time in a Gay Club

"I realised that this was what freedom looked like."
VICE Staff
3.28.18
Culture

All the Horrible, Racist, Sexist Shit Your Relatives Say at Holiday Dinners

Read, cringe, and learn by example.
Mica Lemiski
12.17.17
Not Gay As in Happy

We Found an Old Interview With Theresa May Talking About 'Promoting Homosexuality'

The UK's Prime Minister has since done a U-turn, but she felt very differently in 2001.
Michael Segalov
7.28.17
off the record

Living Through the Hell That Was Church-Sanctioned Gay Conversion Therapy

The latest episode of our new animated series "Off the Record" reveals the reality of Australian ex-gay programs .
VICE Staff
4.27.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Queensland Has Finally Scrapped the 'Gay Panic' Defence

The controversial loophole meant a "non-violent homosexual advance" could justify murder.
Maddison Connaughton
3.22.17
LGBTQI

Revisiting Scenes of Homophobic Violence in NZ and Australia

We spoke to photographer Sean Coyle about his work memorialising crime scenes.
Tess McClure
2.14.17
Photo

Documenting the Secret Lives of India's LGBTQ Youth

In the new book 'Delhi: Communities of Belonging,' photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh explore and celebrate queer culture in India, including the gay men who were forced to get married and have children, yet still cruise in secrecy.
Peter Moskowitz
11.13.16
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