The giantess fetish mostly involves submissive men getting off to the idea of being crushed or eaten alive by destructive, sky-scraper sized women.
The study found that the number of Americans who regularly use pot nearly doubled from 12 years ago, from 3.9 million to now 8.4 million people.
VICE meets three young women who explain why they left Warren Jeffs's Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and talk about the struggle to build a new life.
On the first episode of Weediquette's second season, host Krishna Andavolu meets parents struggling to regain custody of their children after the state deemed they were irresponsible parents for using marijuana.
One of the most beloved television shows of all time is returning after a 25-year hiatus, and its fans are welcoming the comeback with open arms and lovingly homemade memorabilia.
A portion of the proceeds will go to an immigration rights organization.
Is it impossible for a woman to ever truly feel safe when walking home alone from a party?
Catch the first episode from season two of our VICELAND show Weediquette, which chronicles pot's journey into the mainstream.
Each year, about 1,000 living people are erroneously added to the Death Master File, a database of every American who has died since 1936.
A Coca-Cola plant in France opened a shipping container that was supposed to be full of juice and discovered around 800 pounds of blow.
After I asked Paul LePage about his history of inflammatory comments at a town hall, a few poor decisions on his part turned a minor controversy into a full-blown political crisis—but the whole thing was supposed to be a joke.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we talk to community members in a small town in northwest Spain about why they spend one day a year lying in coffins and parading through the streets.
On Wednesday, Netflix announced plans for season two—coming sometime next year—and dropped a cryptic teaser trailer.
If you thought real orgies weren't nerve-racking enough, try sitting through a tantric sex film shot in 360 degree virtual reality.
After decades as the public face of the Hells Angels, George Christie and the club parted ways. That's when his life got weird.
I thought having a couple of beers or half a bottle of wine every evening wasn't too much of an issue—my friends all do the same. But when I read young people are drinking less and less, I couldn't help but question my relationship with alcohol.
"Some had chains, some had knives, and some were holding out money, saying, 'Come here, we've got candy for you.'"
You aren't tricking your dog when you talk about the vet in an excitable tone.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we meet Marina Chapman, whose story of living in the jungle as a child served as inspiration for Julia Fullerton-Batten's photo series.
Critics say the minister's comments place the burden on women to prevent rape in a country with a rampant sexual-assault problem.
Twenty years ago, in response to government officials' failure to adequately respond to AIDS, ACT UP brought the bodies their inaction murdered to a place they couldn't be ignored—their front lawn.
From dealing with CPAP machines—invasive-looking masks which help one breathe during sleep—to introducing the condition to partners, there's a lot to bear with.
A grim show about the horrors of the criminal justice system became must-see TV thanks to a set of amazing performances.
Barb Sucks, an exhaustive theory.