Five out of six people working in the conservation sector in Vietnam say that they have directly experienced some form of sexual harassment in their work environment.
Vietnam is on the verge of gender inequality as a result of gender-biased sex selection since many families in the country still favor boys over girls, resulting in more than 40,000 baby girls unborn every year.
As Vietnam is listed among three countries with the highest rate of sex ratio imbalance at birth, local authorities are making efforts to raise public awareness and tighten regulations to shorten the gap.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security on Tuesday launched a criminal investigation against three pimps for brokering sexual services aboard cruise ships in world-famous Ha Long Bay.
Market authorities in Binh Duong Province have seized 324,000 used condoms that were about to be cleaned and resold in the market.
A Khanh Hoa Province court on Thursday sentenced eight people to prison for supplying sex workers to foreigners, mainly Chinese tourists, while two Chinese kingpins are still at large.
Every year, the long-standing preference for boys in Vietnam’s society terminates 40,800 baby girls before they are born, according to the United Nations Population Fund.
Each night that Nha Vy steps proudly on stage in her traditional Vietnamese ao dai, or sometimes mini dress and heels, memories grow fainter of the taunts she endured as a transgender woman in her rural village.
New museum in city’s infamous Patpong red light zone reveals the CIA agents who used to hold court in its go-go bars
Huong has had two abortions in two years. No one had ever talked to her about sex: not her parents, not her teachers — and her friends knew as little as she did.
Tu Nguyen gave up a sought-after job in a mission to help young people in Vietnam better understand sex and sexuality.
Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc is nudging young people to tie the knot before they turn 30 and start having babies as officials worry about low fertility rates in some parts of the country.
Thua Me Con Di (Goodbye Mother), an LGBT-themed movie, is the sole local production in Netflix Vietnam’s ranking of 10 most watched dramas.
Government has ignored laws intended to prevent stigma, discrimination and bullying, Human Rights Watch claims