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crime

Bill Cosby and the Toxic Power of Celebrity Apologists

The disgraced comedian has been forced to cling to the only halfway respectable figures willing to appear with him in public.
Aya de Leon
6.13.17
poetry
poetry

A Queer Black Poet's Quest for Liberation

Aziza Barnes​ tells us about her journey to find herself in a country ruled by tired notions of race and gender.
Alexis P. Williams
6.4.17
film
film

These Date Night DVD Movie Bundles Are a Beautiful Mess

Sony's "His vs. Hers" double bills are the high point of a ridiculous trend in disposable media that will never be replicated in the age of Netflix.
Frederick Blichert
5.30.17
crime
crime

Bill Cosby's Trial Is Already Showing How Twisted America Is

The disgraced comedian's sexual assault trial has barely started, and it's already revealed the bizarre way in which juries are selected and justice gets meted out.
Sonja Sharp
5.23.17
Woke Dad
Woke Dad

My Woke Dad Tries to Explain Microaggressions

In this column, we ask our dads about woke terms and issues.
Hannah Ewens
5.9.17
DRAG
DRAG

Meeting London's Drag Kings

"Pecs" is a group of performers exploring gender and sexuality through drag.
Frankie Mullin
5.5.17
gender norms
gender norms

Men Told Us What They'd Like to Do If It Wasn't Seen as 'Unmanly'

And also what they'd do if they were a woman for the day.
Annie Lord
4.20.17
sex work
sex work

What It’s Like to Be a Genderfluid Sex Worker

Jane Way tells us about being cast in cis female porn roles, how they deal with misgendering from clients and the frustration of fluidity.
Jane Way
4.13.17
gender equality
gender equality

How to Stop Male Workers Feeling Threatened By Female Bosses

A recent study found that this issue is embedded in work culture, making it harder for women to progress into leadership roles.
Sophia Rahman
4.11.17
viceland
viceland

Why We Started 'WOMAN'

On International Women's Day, we need to celebrate and support girls and women everywhere and keep fighting for equality on every level.
Ariel Wengroff
3.8.17
International Women's Day 2017
International Women's Day 2017

What It's Like to Live in the Place with the Most Young Women in the UK

We explored the pastel streets of Wandsworth, London, home to the most women aged 20 to 29 in the UK.
Hannah Ewens
3.8.17
international women's day
international women's day

What it's Like to Try and Become a Professional Trans Sportswoman

Hannah Mouncey almost made the Olympics. Then she took a break to transition to female.
Hannah Mouncey
3.8.17