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masculinity
masculinity

I Did Every Clichéd Manly Activity to See if It Boosted My Testosterone

I ate raw eggs, shot a gun, and got tattooed in my quest to figure out if machismo is bullshit.
Justin Caffier
4 days ago
climate change
climate change

The Woman Going After Big Energy for the Typhoon That Killed Her Family

Can polluters be held legally responsible for the damage wrought by climate change? We may find out soon.
Geoff Dembicki
2.15.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

African Countries Are Using Trump's 'Shithole' Comments to Drive Tourism

"We would like to invite you to come to shithole Namibia, one of the best shithole countries out there."
Drew Schwartz
2.1.18
Jakarta
Jakarta

Face It, 100 Days Just Isn't Long Enough to Judge Anies-Sandi's Administration

This whole "100 days" thing has nothing to do with reality.
Adi Renaldi
1.29.18
Indonesia elections
Indonesia elections

Political Hopefuls Catch Dangdut Fever as Massive Regional Elections Loom

Candidates are in a mad rush to secure the backing of dangdut celebrities in a bid to capture the youth vote.
Adi Renaldi
1.18.18
Sex
Sex

Good God, There’s a Lot of Trump-Putin Erotica Out There

Make way for the real Russia probe ;)
Mark Hay
12.19.17
Paradise Papers
Paradise Papers

All The Elite Hypocrisy Revealed By the Paradise Papers So Far

People who claim to want to eradicate poverty in "helping to perpetuate it" shocker.
Mark Wilding
11.7.17
Music
Music

Young Artists on the Politics of Making Music In the Middle East

From the threat of violence to starting a musical revolution, making music is an inherently political act for artists from the Middle East.
Amelia Abraham
11.7.17
JUSTICE
JUSTICE

New Zealand High Court Finds National Ripped Off Eminem

Judge charges the political party $413,460 USD for using 'Lose Yourself' "sound-alike" in their election campaign.
Tess McClure
10.26.17
southeast asia
southeast asia

Will North Korea Drive Japan to Remilitarize?

Thanks to the legacy of American occupation, Japan hasn't had much in the way of a military since World War II. An election this past weekend might help change that.
Allie Conti
10.26.17
Literature
Literature

When Wandering the Globe Is a Feminist Choose-Your-Own Adventure

We spoke with the rising author Intan Paramaditha about her life on the move and why "bad girls wander."
Syarafina Vidyadhana
10.25.17
Video Games
Video Games

How 'Mortal Kombat' Made the Games Industry Play Politics

'Mortal Kombat' turns 25 today and its impact on the video game industry is as evident as ever. Only not in the ways you’d expect.
Piotr Bajda
10.16.17