Asexual People Tell Us What Their Romantic Lives Are Like
“I can look into my girlfriend’s eyes and feel the warmth that anyone in a happy relationship will feel—I just don’t feel that sexual urge to jump someone’s bones," and other stories of ace love.
In Defeat for Trump Admin, Court Rules You Can't Fire a Worker for Being Gay
The important decision states that anti-gay prejudice in the workplace qualifies as a form of sex-based discrimination under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The Mental Health Repercussions of Identifying as a Bisexual Woman
Bisexual women are often erased from or rejected by both dominant society and the LGBT community.
Your Eyes Could Offer Clues About Your Sexual Orientation
But research shows the response is much different in men than women.
Justin Lehmiller, PhD
The September Stories Issue
What Does the Word 'Queer' Even Mean Today?
How much does what we call ourselves matter when it comes to how and whom we love?
Ana Cecilia Alvarez
Women Are Having Their First Orgasms Earlier Than Ever
But not because they're having sex.
Why People Are Fighting to Get Polyamory Recognized as a Sexual Orientation
A global debate over whether polyamory is something we do or something we are has challenged our ideas of identity, sexual rights, and their legal limits.
Americans Are Having More Gay Sex Than Ever Before
According to a San Diego State University study, we're more likely than ever to report having had same-sex experiences—and being OK with it.
Gay Men Tell Us Why They Wouldn't Choose to Be Straight
"I like who I am and wouldn't want to change that. At the same time, I would like it if the world just accepted me the way I am."
Most Child Sex Abusers Are Not Pedophiles, Expert Says
An increasing number of experts believe that pedophiles might not have a choice in the matter. We spoke with an expert to understand child sexual abuse, and whether or not pedophilia is really a sexual orientation.
A New Paradise: The Gender Fluid Tribes of the Colombian Amazon
Sensual, transgressive, and playful portraits of the Ticuna tribe in Colombia.
VICE Canada Reports
The Struggles of One Black Trans Man
We spoke with Toronto filmmaker Lucah Rosenberg-Lee, who explores transphobia, sexism, and racism in his new documentary.