LGBTQ

Culture

This Artist Is Making Work Out of the Literal Blood of LGBTQ People

Jordan Eagles is protesting the FDA's discriminatory blood donation policies.
Claire Voon
12 hours ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

100 Copies of John Oliver’s Gay Kids’ Book Got Sent to Karen Pence’s School

"Please accept our gift... which you may include in your school’s library or classrooms, and share with your family and friends."
Drew Schwartz
4 days ago
Books

My Boner-Killing Quest to Find the Worst Erotica on Amazon

From shapeshifting horse sex to Christian spanking fantasies—there's some unsexy sex out there.
Zachary Shucklin
4 days ago
News

Chechnya’s New LGBT Purge Has Already Claimed Two Lives, Activists say

“We know that around 40 people were detained, both men and women.”
David Gilbert
1.16.19
LGBTQ

How Trans Sex Workers in Paris Are Coming Together to Stay Safe

A recent law change has led to a rise in the number of violent attacks on sex workers in France.
Manon Walquan
Edouard Richard
1.12.19
Culture

Photos That Celebrate Being South Asian and Queer

Henna collective Huq That is queering and modernizing the ancient body art.
Sara Radin
1.11.19
LGBTQ

Lesbian Culture Has Had a Major Update

Is this how straight people feel all the time? I'm surprised they're even functioning.
Daisy Jones
1.9.19
LGBTQ

When I Came Out, I Wasn’t Ready for the Judgment That Came from Within the Community

Why would a group of people who have historically experienced so much shame and stigma from society dole out that same kind of punishment to each other?
Zach Rawlings
1.9.19
Sex

Here's the Porn That Women Watched in 2018, According to Pornhub

New year, more lesbian fantasies.
Justine de l'Église
1.9.19
sex work

Gay Escorts Are Fighting Chemsex By Offering a 'Sober Sex' Service

Emotional labour has always been a part of sex work, but as chemsex remains prevalent some escorts are now offering a more specialised service to help ween clients off "H&H fun".
Jake Hall
1.8.19
LGBTQ

These Trans Latinas Started Their Own Beauty Co-op to Defy Discrimination

After years of experiencing discrimination at work, three trans immigrant women started a trans beauticians' co-op in Queens, New York—and are welcoming others to join. Broadly spoke to them about how they made it happen.
Moira Lavelle
1.6.19
LGBTQ

Lesbian Women Explain the Art of the Casual Hookup

“There’s a sexist misconception that women are gay for emotional commitment and love. This denies women our sexuality and capacity for lust and depravity."
Sofia Barrett-Ibarria
1.5.19
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