10 Surprisingly Dark Truths About Steve Jobs And Apple
A decade ago, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, changing the face of consumer technology. Both Jobs and his company are often revered, but there's a disturbing dark side to both.
Christmas Tree History: The Origins Of A Strange Tradition
This surprising dive into Christmas tree history reveals why we carry out this bizarre ritual and who started it all in the first place.
New Documentary Highlights Growing Criminalization Of The U.S. Homeless
A new VICE documentary explores this distressing phenomenon.
Five Realities Of Being Transgender That You Won’t See On TV
Trans issues are becoming normalized thanks to TV and film — but there are other problems facing the community that TV shows and movies don't always address.
The Eight Biggest Planned Parenthood Myths (And The Facts Debunking Them)
Family planning and women's health organization Planned Parenthood has been the subject of multiple lies this year. Here are the facts to set you straight.
This Is What The GOP Presidential Candidates Think About Women
What's the one thing all women have in common? The utter disdain of the 2015 Republican Presidential Candidates.
The Historical Origins Of The Witch
While witches might envoke images of hook-nosed women, the history of witches tells us that their origins are far less sinister.
New Documentary Highlights The Cultural Cost Of Urban Development In India
The 2014 documentary takes us to Delhi's Kathputli colony, which struggles with maintaining its artistic heritage amid urban development.
I Am Revenge: The Unheard Stories Of Female Vigilantes
When reports of gender-based crimes consistently fall upon deaf ears, at some point, you might just make enact justice for yourself.
Why “Orange Is The New Black” Is More Than Good TV
The Netflix original series Orange Is The New Black is changing the way we think and talk about mass incarceration and race in America.
The Stonewall Riots: How A Dive Bar Changed The Course Of History
The Stonewall riots, widely known as the catalyst for the modern gay rights movement, were a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations by members of the LGBTQ community against a police raid that took place at the Stonewall Inn on June 28, 1969.