Why Singapore is Making It Harder for Healthy Women to Postpone Motherhood
In this episode of Unequal, VICE World News looks at the practise of egg-freezing across Asia and looks into why it is difficult, restrictive and expensive for women who want to delay their pregnancies.
Terror / Clip
Boko Haram Kidnappings
Boko Haram has forced dozens of girls to carry bombs because they attract less suspicion. Suroosh meets one of the few of them who managed to survive.
Terror / Clip
The Origins of Boko Haram
Suroosh speaks to Aisha Wakil, a lawyer who knew members of Boko Haram before the group declared jihad against the Nigerian government.
VICELAND At The Women’s March: Donna Hylton
"We will no longer be silenced. We will no longer be abused." - Donna Hylton speaks about the significance of the Women's March.
Faces of Resistance: Blair Imani
A profile of Blair Imani, a women's rights activist.
One on One
Dr. Sara Saeed on Pakistan's gender gap in medicine.
VICE News Shorts
Iranian Women Bike Against Cycling Ban
How Iranian women protested cycling ban
Gaycation / Clip
Lesbian Couples in France Have No Reproductive Rights
Ian speaks with French artist Emilie Jouvet, who discusses the law preventing single women and lesbian couples from receiving artificial insemination.
We Meet a Drumming Women's Activist
On today's episode of Daily VICE, we meet Kiran Gandhi—a former drummer for MIA—who is now using her music to raise awareness about women's issues.
Talking with Melissa Harris-Perry
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry discusses stereotypes in 'Sex In The City' and what it means to be a black woman in America today.