A manic episode is like a frenzied bukaki party in my head, and I'm all the participants at once.
The trouble with Mike Baird isn't lockouts. It isn't any one law or policy. The trouble with Mike Baird is he's a product of cashed-up conservative Sydney, and they're the people he governs for.
VICE sits down with Mario Van Peebles, Mandela Van Peebles, and Mark Wolper to talk about their new four-part miniseries that retells the classic story of Kunta Kinte.
Paul Salo is in the process of raising £1 million so he can fly a fully-loaded jet into a skyscraper at 500 mph.
We talked to panellists from Sydney women's "unconference" Make Nice about escaping the male-dominated workplace and being your own boss.
Whyalla is home to Australia's last steelworks. The plant went into voluntary administration in April, leaving Whyalla in a race against time.
I had my headphones on, but I still heard my sister's boyfriend ask, "Wanna have sex?"
Inside Yoido Full Gospel, the Korean Pentecostal mega-church that promises wealth, healing, and shamanistic miracles.
I'm a professional dominatrix, and there are more similarities between a plumber's favorite clients and my own than you'd think.
In an excerpt from 'Sin-a-Rama: Sleaze Sex Paperbacks of the Sixties,' a new anthology about the porno novels that marked the time, the legendary science fiction writer Robert Silverberg divulges how he and other authors learned their craft writing smut.
Perfect husband, or sociopathic hug robot? Hard to tell, sometimes. Hard to tell.
Being a pro pot tester is more complicated than you might expect.
A new bill could make access to help a lot more effective in the US.
Amsterdam has a restaurant helping to rehabilitate those forced into the sex industry.
What motivates a bunch of white guys to go into the woods and practice military drills?
Mixing drugs and romance can lead to startlingly different outcomes.
I've been in the crystal game for less than a year and already my thoughts and well-being have become controlled by quartzes, amethysts, tourmalines, and calcites.
The most dangerous part of Zenith Irfan's motorcycle trip across Pakistan came when she posted photos of the journey online.
An interview with the man who owned the UK's biggest legal high wholesale business.
Vomit, anal beads, and crucifixes. The traces of others can be horrifying.
Melbourne's Larundel Mental Asylum was closed in 2001. It's since developed a reputation for being haunted, which is a big drawcard.
Australia is governed by a simple principal: Never dog your mates, you dog. Even if you're a bat.
For Type 1 diabetics, restricting insulin is like a magic bullet for weight loss. But the consequences can be devastating and deadly.
I asked the guy living in Sydney's greenest house whether I'm too poor to live off the grid.