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Inside the Growing Men's Rights Movement in India

We met up with the activists and founder of SIFF, a leading men's rights organization taking cues from America's men's rights activists.
VICE Staff
7.18.18
Features

Why Being in a Group Labeled “All-Female” Isn’t a Weakness

The members of global collective GRRRL work in male-dominated genres in countries where women's basic rights are still up for debate.
Tshepo Mokoena
4.9.18
Broadly

100 Easy Ways to Make Women's Lives More Bearable

We've got more if you need them.
Dani Beckett
3.8.18
Op-Eds

As an Industry Insider, I Know There's More We Can Do for Women

Beyoncé songwriter and non-profit founder Carla Marie Williams on how we should inspire young girls to work behind-the-scenes in music too.
Carla Marie Williams
3.8.18
International Women's Day 2018

Women Around the World Share the Sexist Things They Can't Believe Still Exist

It's 2018, but women still face innumerable obstacles in their daily lives. In honor of International Women's Day, women explain what they'd like to see change in their home countries.
Broadly Staff
3.7.18
MILITARY

The U.S. military has its first openly transgender recruit

Federal court rulings have prevented the military from enacting Trump's ban
Alexa Liautaud
2.27.18
Festivals 2018

Welcome to Girlschool, the Festival and Community Bringing Equality Center Stage

Artists Anna Bulbrook and Francisca Valenzuela discuss the triumphs and challenges of making non-male space in the music industry. Get ready for Girlschool 2018 this weekend with Noisey's exclusive playlist.
Andrea Domanick
2.2.18
gender equality

Top BBC male hosts take pay cut after gender pay-gap blowback​

The U.K. government recently forced the media powerhouse to publicly disclose the salaries of those making over $212,800.
Alexa Liautaud
1.26.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Wahlberg Also Made Eight Times Michelle Williams's Salary for 'All the Money'

He was reportedly paid $5 million for his role, while Williams made just $625,000.
Drew Schwartz
1.19.18
Op-Eds

15 Years After Christina Aguilera's ‘Stripped,’ We’re Still Nowhere Near Gender Equality

Revisiting Xtina's 'all grown up' album, the double standards she sang about then still exist today.
Sophie Wilkinson
10.26.17
Created with The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Watch as Global Thought Leaders Talk About Solving Inequality Worldwide

At the Bill and Melinda Gates’ Goalkeepers event, here’s what activists from around the world had to say about moving the needle on the UN’s Goals to save the planet.
Christina Evans
10.19.17
sexual harassment

Street harassers in France would face steep fines under new law

French lawmakers are now considering fining men on-the-spot for sexual harassment and abuse.
Alexa Liautaud
10.19.17
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