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What a World Without Female Migrant Workers Would Look Like

Around the world, female migrant workers perform the bulk of domestic labor in households that are not their own—but their work is often invisible. An expert explains what would happen if these women did not exist.
Sirin Kale
3.8.17
Travel

The Grueling Lives of Foreign Students Who Spend Summers Working in America

They go to the best universities in their home countries. But in America, they're just "the help."
VICE Staff
6.15.16
Work

Where Maids Are Treated Like Slaves

Sexual abuse, harassment and 21-hour days—for thousands of domestic workers employed in Arab states, being a maid doesn't just mean mopping the floors.
Alya Mooro
11.20.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Lot of People are Mad at Kelly Osbourne for a Thing She Said About Latinos On 'The View'

Kelly Osbourne wants to ask Donald Trump "who is going to clean your toilets" after all the Latinos are deported.
Michael Cuby
8.4.15
Scene Reports

Des Moines' Retro Pop Scene Will Put You in a Musical Time Machine

Ten bands you need to know from the Midwestern city known for putting bacon on anything.
Matthew Leimkuehler
8.3.15
Stuff

House Music, Swastikas, and Hand Jobs: I Went to a Fetish Boat Party in the Heart of London

Kink fests are alive and well on the Thames.
John Lucas
7.15.15
Motherboard Blog

With Their Jobs Threatened by Roombas, Texas Maids Get Naked

iRobot's line of autonomous Roomba vacuum cleaners has been extremely popular with both lazy (or, in some cases, "lonely":http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2010-03/emotional-attachment-roombas-suggests-humans-can-love-their-bots-seriously...
Trevor Macomber
4.12.12