sexual harrassment

politics

That Was Then, This Is Too

The parallels between the experiences of Anita Hill and Christine Blasey Ford have left many who lived through both wondering what world they’re looking at now.
Danielle Tcholakian
10.4.18
LA

Why the Walk of Fame Became a Hotbed of Vandalism and Rage

The city councilwoman fighting to axe Donald Trump's Hollywood tribute told us why this battle is about a lot more than a sidewalk.
Drew Schwartz
8.16.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Congressman gives up committee spot amid sexual harassment allegations, White House sued by top consumer rights official, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry, and more.
VICE Staff
11.27.17
Harvey Weinstein

The Awful Things Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Did at Miramax

Recent reports of the fallen movie mogul's horrifying conduct are worse than ever—and it's nothing new.
Naveen Kumar
10.10.17
News

An Expert Explains Why It Would Be So Hard to Sue President Donald Trump

After he enters the White House, Trump acquires a whole lot of immunities.
Mike Pearl
11.12.16
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

Why Female Trump Fans Don’t Care About the Sexual Assault Allegations

At a New Hampshire Trump rally, the candidate's supporters are way less worried about the women accusing their candidate of misdeeds than they are about Hillary Clinton ending democracy as we know it.
Livia Gershon
10.17.16
News

How Clarence Thomas Became the US Supreme Court's Strangest Justice

The Anita Hill hearings were just the opening chapter in a long, and deeply bizarre, career.
Grace Wyler and Mike Pearl
4.21.16
electric forest

Can Female-Only Campgrounds Stop Sexual Assault at Music Festivals?

Electric Forest just launched a new program for female-identifying campers. Will it help keep women safe—or is this victim-blaming?
Sophie Weiner
3.8.16
club culture

Why I Took Off All My Clothes at Arca’s Party in Brooklyn Last Week

Getting naked was my way to reclaim clubbing from the putrid claws of heteronormativity, turning it back into a safe space for artists, weirdos and queers.
Lindsey Leonard
12.14.15
News

No Jail for the Man Who Texted Photo of Himself Penetrating Rehtaeh Parsons as She Vomited

The court case against the young man who was photographed having sex with a drunk and vomiting teen who later committed suicide has resulted in probation.
Hilary Beaumont
1.15.15