Queerness Inspires Us to Envision a Better World
Queers Built This is a multimedia project that asks us to reimagine the tradition of Pride by looking back on its roots.
The VICE Guide to 2030
We Asked Our Gen Z Readers: How Will the World Look in 2030?
This is what they predicted.
This Queer, Native Photographer Uses 'Cowthem' Culture to Decolonize Gender
"I see these self-portraits as a form of visual sovereignty."
Meet the Cholo Rap Artists Behind 'Homo-Hop'
Deadlee and Baby Boi Slim make unapologetic music about being gay and Latino.
Meet the Trans Migrants Fighting for Their Sisters in Detention
In the latest episode of LATIN-X, we learn about the daily lives of Latinx trans women on the Arizona border, and their fight for fellow LGBTQ migrants in detention.
This Artist Is Redesigning the Strap-On for Millennials
To create STRAPP, artist and sex educator Shawné Michaelain Holloway asked a diverse range of strap-on users how she could improve an old classic.
Black Power Naps
These Artists Want Black People to Sleep
In "Black Power Naps," Afro-Latinx artists Fannie Sosa and niv Acosta create a series of "devices" that invite Black people to rest and heal. Broadly has partnered with the artists on a magazine about sleep equity, rejuvenation, and resilience.
We Asked Saoirse Ronan To Do a Myspace Survey
The "Mary Queen of Scots" star indulges in an early 2000s tradition.
16 Young People on How They Made a Political Impact Without Voting
In advance of the midterm elections, high schoolers around the country canvassed for campaigns, created custom voter guides, and, uh, organized events with Natalie Portman.
As an Intersex Person, Coming Out Is a Continual Struggle
Stigma and lack of representation mean living openly as intersex requires explaining my identity over and over again. But it's absolutely worth it.
13 Surreal Portraits of Post-Human Creature Drag
Bay Area artist and performer Jader specializes in full-body interspecies transformations.
Inside a Rally of Hundreds Telling Trump Trans People #WontBeErased
After a leaked Department of Health and Human Services memo revealed an agenda to strip 1.4 million trans Americans of gender recognition on Sunday, LGBTQ people and allies gathered in New York City's Washington Square Park to protest.