sex work

Common Myths About Sex Work, Debunked By Sex Workers

Sex work is one of the most maligned forms of labor, and often subject to misrepresentation and speculation. We asked two leading sex worker activists to break down some of the most common misconceptions.
Frankie Mullin

5 Young Activists of Color Leading the Revolution

Blair Imani's new book, "Modern Herstory," is all about the underrecognized women and nonbinary people shaping our future.
Blair Imani

Respond to the Gender Recognition Act Consultation

The consultation closes on Monday, so now is your last chance.
Broadly Staff

This New Feminist Antifa Group Is Taking on the Far-Right

When a right-wing group decided to march through London, the Feminist Anti-Fascism Assembly were there to hold them back.
Bex Wade

The Revolutionary Latinx Who Brought Feminism to a 60s Leftist Group

In 1970, 22-year-old Iris Morales fought for the liberation of women in the Young Lords, a notorious Latinx leftist militant group.
Marjua Estevez

A Year of #MeToo Exhausted Women—And Renewed Our Collective Hope

If we cannot name our oppression—if we cannot articulate the violence that has been done to us—it will be impossible to fight against it, or to prevent it from happening again.
Moira Donegan

The Women's March Is Coming for Kavanaugh

In response to Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination and assault allegations, Women's March has announced their official 2019 march and continues their call to #CancelKavanugh through protest and other actions.
Leila Ettachfini

How Feminist Bookstores Changed History

In their printing presses and bookshops, women once owned the means of production—in their literature, at least.
Lucy Uprichard
sex work

A Migrant Trans Sex Worker's Murder Has Set Off Protests Around the World

Vanesa Campos was lethally shot in a Parisian park in August. Sex workers across the world are joining forces to protest how authorities fail to keep women like Campos safe.
Frankie Mullin

Women's Anger Will Change the World

In this excerpt from Soraya Chemaly's new book, "Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger," the activist and author urges readers to use their inner rage as a powerful tool for social change.
Sooraya Chemaly
VICE Guide to Life

How to Make a Political Impact if You Can't Vote

In the United States, people under 18, undocumented people, and some people who have been convicted of felonies can't take part in elections. Here are some ideas about what to do instead of (or in addition to!) voting.
Leila Ettachfini
sexual violence

'Incomprehensible': Elizabeth Smart Reacts to Her Kidnapper's Early Release from Prison

When Elizabeth Smart was 14, Wanda Barzee helped her ex-husband rape and abuse her for nine months. Now, after serving 15 years in jail, Barzee is set to be released next week.
Sirin Kale