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A Myanmar Doctor’s Medical License Was Revoked Over 'Sexy' Facebook Photos
The Myanmar Medical Council felt the doctor-turned-model went against the "Burmese tradition" by posting pictures in bikinis and tight dresses.
The Sexist Trolls Doubting Black Hole Researcher Katie Bouman Need to Learn to Code
The harassment campaign against one of the researchers who helped photograph a black hole isn't just sexist, it's technically simplistic and inaccurate.
The Least You Could Do
100 Ways to Better Support Muslim Women
Don’t ask us why we wear the hijab; don’t ask us why we don’t wear the hijab.
Sexism Is Not the Reason NASA Called Off the First All-Female Space Walk
“An individual may find that their sizing preferences change in space.”
Just a Few of the Lies Women Have Been Sold
From: you read too much into everything, to: you're definitely getting abducted at some point.
International Women's Day 2018
I Tried the Misogynist Lifestyle for a Day
It's International Woman's Day – maybe it's time I acted more like a gross guy.
‘Captain Marvel’ Will Be a Success Because of Brie Larson
The actress has gone on the offensive against sexism in Hollywood—and the trolls—and the movie is better off for it.
Socio-Political Terms Simplified Over Pizza
A glossary of household concepts that you must identify before the pizza—and your ideological preferences—gets cold.
50-Year-Old French Author Says Women Over 50 Are 'Too Old'
Prize-winning author and TV presenter Yann Moix also said that he preferred to date Asian women and that he was "not responsible for [his] taste."
year in review
97 Easy Ways to Be a Better Person
No matter who you are, there are always ways to be kinder to one another. Here are some ideas.
Who Needs Another Guerrilla Girls?
In the light of recent allegations of sexual harassment in the Indian art world, the US-based intersectional feminist collective tells VICE why we are in dire need of yet another masked avenger.
Why These South Asian Desserts Are Fighting Sexism
South Asian culture traditionally marks the birth of a baby boy by giving sweets known as ladoo. For girls, there is no such celebration, something gender equality activist Raj Khaira hopes to change with her Pink Ladoo Campaign.