The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
Why Some Women Are Staying Home for the Women's March This Year
A look at the popular protest three years after its first iteration.
Black Women Making History
Aja Monet Is Not OK with Your Apathy
The Brooklyn native and Black Lives Matter activist has been melding politics and poetry since long before Trump's white supremacist-fueled rise.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Halsey Gave a Righteous, Moving Speech at NYC's Women's March
The singer's poem "A Story Like Mine" is a candid account of her own experiences of sexual assault, and a testament to the fact that most women have similar stories to tell.
We Answer Canada’s Most Googled Questions of 2017
It was a bleak year, eh?
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The VICE Guide to Right Now
Even the Statue of Liberty Joined the Women's Strike Thanks to an 'Unexpected Outage'
Lady Liberty went dark on Tuesday night—just in time for "A Day Without a Woman"—though park officials said it was just a systems failure.
Alice Bag and Punk Rock's Enduring Battle for Women's Rights
The LA punk legend is ready to fight in the Trump era. She's seen this before.
How to Make a Protest Sign That Isn't Garbage
WHAT DO WE WANT? Info on how to make a better sign. WHEN DO WE WANT IT? Periodically, throughout the article.
Girl Power Ruled the Runway at NYFW
Inspired by the energy around January's historic Women's March, this season's shows advocated for women's rights in the era of Trump.
Let Them Eat Vagina Cake
Women are making super graphic sweets for baby showers in celebration of the life-giving power of their bodies.
Someone Made a Planned Parenthood Benefit Track Entirely out of Samples from the Women's March
glassline, the artist, released an album last year solely made out of Guitar Center field recordings.
Views My Own
Why Not Even Taylor Swift Can Exist in a Political Vacuum
To stay silent, or just self-promote, is to be deafeningly noticeable at a time when global politics have turned upside-down.