Airplanes are awful, breakfast buffets are alright, waterparks are excellent. Some lessons.
"It was a full metal jacket bullet. It went straight through the back of his leg. He started crying like a little baby."
For years, a typical Monday morning would see me covered in my own piss, vomit, and vodka.
Skipped meals, smuggled cell phones, and a whole lot of pain.
VICE accompanies transgender Mormon activist Emmett Claren to the hospital before he undergoes surgery to remove his breasts.
"I would smell the alcohol on her breath, and it would really stress me out because of my prior drinking problem."
We head out on Thrasher's skateboarding competition on the premiere of King of the Road and explore Jamaica with Eddie Huang during the season premiere of HUANG'S WORLD.
Even on medication, I experience auditory hallucinations all the time.
A dispute over a fan-made film might have far-reaching consequences for made-up languages after CBS and Paramount said they owned the Klingon language, a claim many Trekkers say is "ghuy'cha'."
Butts are trendy, but no one talks about the little gland that lives inside them. We asked a bunch of dudes what it feels like to have their prostates massaged, and we learned some other stuff, too.
A study last year found that 12 percent of people sleeping on the streets were on the autistic spectrum, and homelessness charities are now beginning to examine how best to tackle the issue.
You need a job to build a résumé, but you need a résumé to get a job.
Gen Y are not all created equal, and it's naïve to believe the lie that they are.
Cell phone footage captured three monks throwing wild haymakers at one another while a woman screamed.
It's a wild search-and-rescue dream that could become a reality as early as winter 2017.
In rural Nepal, old traditions die hard—and none more so than the practice of chaupadi, which sees menstruating women banished from their homes to live in animal sheds.
It's increasingly unlikely that I'll ever be able to stop working, so I'd better make the most of it now.
Former missionary Emmett Claren is risking complete excommunication from the Mormon Church as he undergoes surgery to change his body to match his gender.
In the dark comedy TV series Flowers, Barratt plays a suicidal children's book author who's trying to find his way back to the surface.
I asked my friend Ernesto, who works as an ICU nurse, some questions about existential anxiety, fear of death, and how surrounding oneself with the dying can affect one's brain.
"My favorite place to be is oblivion."
Estrella Vista is the West taken to its logical extreme—the land of no parents, where a person is just a person, not the sum of his history.
Her career is an inspiration for pretty much any woman in show business, so it's extra frustrating that she keeps making shitty jokes about Asians.