The Incredible Hypocrisy of the Caster Semenya Ruling
A court has ruled that discrimination against intersex athletes is acceptable based on "theoretical" advantages. Now what?
The Violent Reality of Being Black and Queer
Death threats and physical violence, in record numbers, plague Black queer and non-queer people alike.
We Asked 105 Experts What Gives Them Hope About the Future
Welcome to the bright side of Motherboard’s two-part poll about the future.
The Power and Privilege Issue
Meet the 17-Year-Old Boy Calling Out His Classmates for Objectifying Women
Noah Abraham is a leader in ManUp, an initiative that aims to get high school boys to reject toxic masculinity and to learn about sexual consent.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Trans Student Blocked from Both Locker Rooms During School Safety Drill
She was forced to sit alone on the bleachers while her classmates and teachers huddled together inside.
Black Farmers Are Being Forced Off Their Land by Longstanding Government Discrimination
“The unfair treatment of black farmers went under the radar for many, many years. It was not taken up by the civil rights movement, and it should have been front and center.”
Sexual Harassment Is Driving Women Out of STEM and Slowing Down Scientific Advancement
"The consequence of this is a significant and costly loss of talent in science, engineering, and medicine," a 285-page landmark study finds.
It's Legal to Force Kids Into Gay Conversion Therapy in Most States
Is your state on the list?
A Safe Housing Space for Formerly Incarcerated Women Faces Opposition from Lawmakers and Neighbors
Topeka Sam's Hope House is an invaluable resource for lowering incarceration rates but needs help to keep the doors open in the face of hostility.
Ride-Hailing Is Deepening Social and Economic Inequity in the US
It’s making public transit worse.
Unprecedented Numbers of LGBTQ Candidates are Running for Office in Response to the Trump Administration's Policies
Organizations like the Victory Fund are doubling efforts for crucial midterm elections this year.
We Can't Change the Restaurant Industry without Improving HR
When we talk about long-term solutions, we have to aim for more than not crossing the law, because the law can and does fail us.