VICE Magazine

9.17.19

The Female Pastors Making Space for Queer Christians to Express Their Faith

A new vanguard of female pastors is fighting for LGBTQ equality, standing up to a church that has long disempowered both women and queer people.

9.17.19

Filipino Chefs Are Taking Back Control of Their Cuisine

Filipino food is gaining worldwide popularity. But as the diaspora grapples with the country's multicultural history, the cuisine's identity is yet to be established.

9.16.19

Photographs that Challenge Western Perceptions of Polynesian Women

With Illusions, photographer Namsa Leuba hopes to reverse Paul Gauguin's limited view of Polynesian femininity.

9.10.19

Striking Images of Gibraltar, the Tiny British Territory Reckoning With Its Future As Brexit Looms

Luke Archer's project aims to document Gibraltar’s unique heritage and the challenges it may face if it leaves the EU.

9.5.19

What Happens to a People When Their Land Sinks Into the Ocean?

Countries throughout the South Pacific may have their borders erased by rising sea levels within the next 10 years. But Shimizu, a Japanese engineering corporation, is working on designs for underwater and floating cities to accommodate people.

9.3.19

To Really Experience Life, Start Event Crashing

I wanted to feel more connected to the world around me so I spent a month in New York crashing as many parties as I could.

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8.27.19

How Politicians Fooled the World Into Believing in Nations

National identities make us believe in ideas like democracy, money, and laws. The trouble is they are stories that can all too easily be manipulated for political power. Take Brexit...

8.20.19

The Last Places in Europe Where It’s Illegal to Get an Abortion

European microstates are some of the richest countries on the continent, but human rights, including abortion, are curtailed.

8.20.19

Intimate Images of One of the Largest Refugee Populations in the World

Sara Hylton's portfolio documents displacement among Afghan children living at the I-12 settlement in Pakistan.

8.20.19

Synthetic Drugs Will Change the Global Drug Trade Forever

Drug traffickers thrive on their ability to penetrate national borders, but a new era of toxic, man-made highs could dissolve those boundaries and transform the global drug trade.

7.12.19

Photos of Dated Furniture Signs Will Take You Back to a Different Time

Darin Mickey’s photography captures humorous, mundane observations of everyday life. He shared some images from his archive for this year’s photo issue.

7.12.19

Hilarious Photos Capture the Biggest Floppy Disc, Knife, and CD You've Ever Seen

Thomas Mailaender's “Guinness Book” series depicts his relatives proudly holding ridiculously oversized items.

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