LGBTQ

The Power and Privilege Issue

How Jordan’s First LGBTQ Online Magazine Began

After being outed and bullied for being gay, Khalid Abdel-Hadi decided to change the conversation about LGBTQ people in the Arab world.
Jawanna Sawalha
12 hours ago
The Power and Privilege Issue

My Struggles with LGBTQ+ Nonprofits as a Black Trans Woman

"I’d always been treated like a cancer whenever I’d reached out to nonprofit organizations for help, and carried a deep feeling of distrust. Then I stumbled across My Friend’s Place."
Ashlee Marie Preston
12 hours ago
one more time

I Rewatched 'King Cobra,' James Franco's Terrible Gay Bait Murder Movie

It's the least gay gay movie I've ever seen.
John Sherman
4 days ago
Fashion

Trans Disabled Teen Model Aaron Philip Is the Future of Fashion

She made history this summer as the first black, trans, disabled model to sign with Elite Model Management. And she's just getting started.
Aaron Barksdale
10.10.18
Art

John Waters Has Some Crude Advice for Aspiring Artists

"I always wanted to sell out! It’s just nobody wanted to buy me."
Nadja Sayej
10.8.18
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.
Drew Schwartz
10.8.18
Religion

I Spent a Weird (and Homophobic) Day Trying to Follow God's Will

Inspired by the show 'God Friended Me,' I tried to change my life by following the instructions of the big man upstairs.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
10.1.18
Identity

A Trans Latinx Artist's Incredible High-Fashion Self-Portraits

Martine Gutierrez explores her identity as a trans Latinx woman of indigenous descent with a 146-page fashion magazine she published entirely by herself.
Miss Rosen
9.21.18
puppets

No, a 'Sesame Street' Writer Did Not Say Bert and Ernie Were Gay

But he did force the show to assert yet again that the cohabitating puppets "do not have a sexual orientation."
Harry Cheadle
9.18.18
Dating

People Tell Us Ideal Ways for Strangers to Hit on Them

"If I say 'no' or 'I'm not interested,' I should not have to tell you that over and over again."
Mica Lemiski
9.18.18
LGBTQ

Working Out Is a Minefield When You’re Non-Binary

The gym sucks for everyone, but it’s worse when strangers police your gender.
Laura Bell
9.13.18
Film

'Colette' Shows How Men Have Been Taking Credit for Women's Work for Centuries

France's most prolific queer, feminist author had her byline stolen from her for years. 'Colette' tells the story of her fight to get it back.
Nicole Clark
9.12.18