Being stuck with your parents in the town you grew up in might seem suffocating, but people who have done it say there are lots of ways to make it work.
Thousands of trans people and their allies gathered in London this weekend in support of trans rights, which have become increasingly under threat.
Same-sex marriage is still illegal in Japan, but campaigners see ray of hope in “partnership system.”
Today, queer folk are part of the social fabric of urban life in Vietnam. But progress still needs to be made.
The investigating officer blaming the survivor for being out late at night, and without a man, intensified the anger.
A study has suggested that women leaders' more empathetic communication style contributed to fewer coronavirus deaths.
“When you want to go practice your right as an American citizen to cast a ballot, you have this person looking at you and you wonder, Are they going to challenge my ballot or say ‘You don’t look like this person?’”
PBA cards, stickers, and shields tell police, “We’re all friends here, right?” Here are VICE readers' stories of how that went for them.
Some cops give their friends and family union-issued "courtesy cards" to help get them out of minor infractions. The cards embody everything wrong with modern policing.
Wondering if killer cops should be locked up? Hearing terms like 'community accountability' and 'restorative justice' but confused about what they mean? Here's a primer on the police abolitionist vision of the future.
For years, talent agents and promoters have discriminated against comedians of color. Now top acts such as Dane Baptiste and Ava Vidal are speaking out.
Kansas City has one of the highest rates of police killings in the country.
Police arrested Kyle Rittenhouse, a onetime police cadet, whose social media accounts indicated an affinity for the "Back the Blue" movement.