Xie Shuiping's life revolves around being smacked in the belly by strangers.
On an all new episode of Black Market: Dispatches, we talk to the women making money by providing companionship to wealthy men.
Turns out flirting with women your mom's age is a decent side-gig for students.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we go to a rage room where clients release their anger and stress by smashing glass bottles and printers.
By law, you can't be discriminated against in the workplace for having HIV—but the reality is that law can be completely ineffectual.
I asked strippers, cam girls, dominatrixes, and prostitutes, and two hierarchies emerged.
"I lay awake in the hospital bed in Paris all night considering the blowjob that might cost me a leg."
Turns out doing nothing with your life other than being a desk slave will kill you.
"I'm not sure how to explain this to you, but I'm often very sad."
Good news, slackers: the British government wants companies to give their employees frequent vape breaks.
How a shitty temp job landed me packing up Colin's living room, yards from the black human-shaped stain where he'd lain decomposing for three months.
Strangers are suspicious, our friends are patronizing, and stay-at-home moms often won't let you into their club.
A British politician summed it up perfectly when he said, "If you want the American dream, go to Finland."
"They just work you until you're broken and then you're done. It's very high turnover. It gets to a point where you weigh up your odds."
For every one of you who joins the Peace Corps or travels the world after graduation, there will be a thousand more of you who will wind up working 50-hour workweeks at soul-sucking desk jobs.
Millennials are entering the workplace, then looking for ways to get the hell out of the workplace.
A new study says we should only have sex once a week, so we asked a load of people what they thought of that, and whether they'd consider a sex schedule.
They go to the best universities in their home countries. But in America, they're just "the help."
How I, a childless borderline child, managed to get a job at the UK's biggest parenting website, Mumsnet.
I experimented with a bunch of different drugs at work, because I absolutely hated my job. Here's what I discovered.
So. Much. Crying.
It's one thing to feel tethered to your inbox. It's another for employers to monitor you and claim your body is their asset.
We talked to current prisoners about the new proposal which would see some inmates released on a tag to do their weekday jobs before returning to prison for the weekend.
"As a mom you just hope your baby won't end up in the gutter, hooked on alcohol and drugs. Well, at least you're not in the gutter, are you?"