marriage equality


Poland’s Populist Government Has Declared War on the LGBTQ Community

“People who look stereotypically queer or gay are being attacked on the street for this, almost every day.”
Tim Hume

Taiwan Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage in a First for Asia

One week before the assigned two-year deadline, Taiwanese lawmakers passed a bill where same-sex couples can register as a married couple with government agencies.
Lex Celera

This European Country Is Voting to Block Gay Marriage—Probably Forever

In October, Romania will hold a referendum to change its constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman only.
Sirin Kale

In South Africa, Queer Marriage Doesn't Necessarily Mean Queer Equality

With homophobia and violence still all too common in the country, there's a lot left to be done.
Sihle Mthembu
same sex marriage news

Australia Has Legalized Same-Sex Marriage

After a postal survey indicated overwhelming support for marriage equality, MPs have pushed through legislation on the last sitting day of the year.
Katherine Gillespie

Australia's Gay Marriage Win Proves How Important It Is to Get Everyone to Vote

Over seven million Australians voted “Yes” for marriage equality after a nationwide campaign mobilization.
Sally Rugg
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Closing Detroit's Digital Divide

On today's episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast,' we talk about how people are dealing with unequal access to high-speed internet in Detroit.
VICE Staff
marriage equality

Most Australians Want to Legalize Gay Marriage, but What's Next?

More than 61 percent of the Australian public voted in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage. The people spoke, so how will legislation respond?
Lee Zachariah
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

RNC ditches Roy Moore, Australia votes in favor of marriage equality, Sessions admits being told Trump aide had Kremlin ties, and more.
VICE Staff

Australia Just Voted Overwhelmingly in Favor of Marriage Equality

After a long and bitter campaign, 61.6 percent of the country's voters just affirmed their right to same-sex marriage.
Maddison Connaughton

The Bakery Using Desserts to Give Refugees a Home

American Baking Company is more than a shop for sweets—it's become a home where immigrants from around the world come together over cupcakes.
Matt Baume
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Texas Court Puts Same-Sex Couples' Spousal Benefits at Risk

The state's highest court ruled that same-sex couples don't have a guaranteed right to marriage benefits.
Drew Schwartz