Douglas Coupland looks to the past to find an answer for the impending environmental apocalypse of the extreme present.
Twenty-eight-year-old Bahar Mustafa could face jail time after allegedly tweeting the hashtag. We asked a lawyer if we're all in trouble.
By some measures, new parents are more miserable than people grieving their spouses.
Guess what? Mixing cereal with normal food is totally fucking gross and lame.
We caught up with one of the more recognisable – and empowering – alternative porn stars in America.
We had a sit town with Jose Lopez to have a pretty combative conversation.
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper has some interesting views on the dangers of cannabis.
According to a women's health expert, misogynistic lyrics by Lil Wayne, Kanye, and Young Thug are not only hilariously inaccurate—they also advocate reproductive coercion.
In the words of its inventor, the product is a potent combination of "butt crack, kind of a sewer smell, with a hint of dead animal."
If you were one of the dickheads who bullied me at school, I just wanna say – thanks.
In the rat race that is modern day life, it's sort of the only drug that makes sense. How awful is that?
Is it possible that George Lucas is a super-genius and we're all just too dumb to realize what he's been trying to create?
Just because you're slowly dying of a terminal illness doesn't mean you're not thinking about sex.
The campaign to #pissforequality is a hoax.
An interview with Raquel Santos de Oliveira, who took over her boyfriend's drug business after he was killed in a police shoot-out, before developing a debilitating coke problem and getting out of the game.
We talked with Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof about the famous Nevada brothel's new plans to help its working girls pay off their student loans.
One of them was really, really tired of clocks. "Clocks in eyes, clocks in roses, clocks in bigger clocks. It's become insane."
The problems here are like a case study for higher education.
In 1941, a lobotomy left Rosemary Kennedy permanently incapacitated. Two new books this month explore what has and hasn't changed about the way we treat mental illness more than 70 years later.
It wasn't particularly successful.
Some believe that these so-called "pro-ana" and "pro-mia" spaces—some of which are banned on social networks—offer much-needed community and representation to vulnerable individuals. Should we really be censoring them?
We talked with visionary trans photographer Amos Mac about his teen magazines, working with Juliana Huxtable, and giving greater visibility to people not usually represented in mainstream culture.
What it's like to live with an incurable eye disease that will eventually make you go blind.
Levamisole, a common cutting agent in cocaine, made the news recently for its apparent skin-destroying properties – but there's a lot more to the substance than that.