Here’s What You Need to Know About Indonesia’s Massive Elections
Looks like the President Joko Widodo is set for another five years in charge.
Gay Students Could Be Rejected from Religious Schools under New Laws
There's a push to change Australia's anti-discrimination laws, so that religious schools can freely discriminate against gay students and teachers.
Satanic Art: A Fight for Freedom
Is Satanism the most inclusive religion? Lucien Greaves, co-founder of The Satanic Temple believes it is.
The Creators Project
Mashrou' Leila Are Banned from Jordan for Supporting LGBTQ Rights but Refuse to Be Censored
We talk to the wildly popular Lebanese band about their recent ban in the wake of the Jordanian conservative authorities pressuring the country's Ministry of Tourism.
Mary von Aue
New Survey Exposing Quebec’s Islamophobia Is Just Tip of Iceberg, Muslim Group Says
Justice Femme say growing intolerance is leading to increased violence.
We Talked to the Harvard Instructor Behind the Niqabs of Canada Tumblr
Vivek Krishnamurthy explains why the debate over face coverings in Canada is such BS.
We Spoke to Canada’s Immigration Minister About Refugees, Niqabs, and Terrorists
Chris Alexander tells VICE that Canada's immigration system is better than ever.
Canadian PM Stephen Harper’s Controversial Vow to Ban the Niqab During Citizenship Ceremonies
The head covering is worn by a tiny minority of Canadian women, but it could become an issue in this fall's federal election
How Bakeries Got Caught in the Middle of the Gay Marriage War
A Denver bakery faces a religious discrimination complaint after refusing to frost cakes with anti-gay slogans.
Josiah M. Hesse
The Mormon Church Says It Will Support Gay Rights, on One Condition
Church leaders are willing to support LGBT rights so long as the law protects people who oppose gay marriage for religious reasons.
Why Is Blasphemy Still Illegal in Canada?
The Canadian government may defend the right to freedom of speech abroad, but it should also focus on repealing its own anti-blasphemy law.
The Iranian Government Erected a Monument to Make Nice with Its Jewish Citizens
Jews in Iran haven't always been treated like fellow countrymen, so a newly-erected monument honoring Jews who fought in the Iran-Iraq War serves as a proverbial olive branch.