I suffer from Bannayan–Riley–Ruvalcaba syndrome, which means I have a bad heart, dark blotches in my genital area, and a tumor-like growth on my lips.
What started out as a little night in Shepherd's Bush has survived tabloid criticism and multiple club closures to become the biggest fetish party in Europe.
"It was a noise that I'll never forget."
Anyone can die this season, and many will.
Having a best friend is the best, but they can fill you with a very specific kind of rage, too.
Our culture tends to see rape in heterosexual terms—with a male perpetrator and a female victim. For women sexually assaulted by women, this makes the experience all the more confusing and isolating.
Two rival construction companies went at each other in front-end loaders as cars fled the scene in what can only be assumed is absolute terror.
Khairuldeen Makhzoomi was raving in Arabic about an awesome dinner he'd had, so some passenger reported him for making "threatening comments."
We're way too nice. Also, we don't call our erasers "rubbers."
Stars, they're just like us: When they bring dogs into Australia without filling out the proper paperwork, they have to appear on camera to apologize to the country.
Born to a lower middle-class family in New Jersey, Harry Hudson was a musician and cancer patient who hated social media. Then his friend Kylie Jenner started filming him.
No matter how much Miss World adapts by stripping out the overt sexism, it cannot escape the fact that a beauty pageant in essence is an elaborate fuckability contest.
We talked with some members of the "otherkin" community, meaning those who identify as another species—whether from Earth or myth.
VICE sent Canadian comedian and actor Kenny Hotz to the Florida primary to cover what is undoubtable the most carnivalesque western election of all time.
"I like who I am and wouldn't want to change that. At the same time, I would like it if the world just accepted me the way I am."
Dream quests, violence against women, and the only living son of Balon Greyjoy are a few of my least favorite things.
In the 70s, 80s, and 90s, not eating meat and fighting the patriarchy went hand-in-hand. What happened?
We talked to people who would do almost anything to keep $250 in their pocket.
Over the last two months chapters have popped up in provinces all across the country. We infiltrated one of their meetings in Alberta.
Weed is popular and partially decriminalized, but its illegal status means profit margins are still high. All of that is good news for dealers in NYC.
In the first episode of our new podcast Tea Time with T. Kid, the titular host and weed expert drinks some tea and tests out some fancy blunt wraps with cannabis writer David Bienenstock.
Artists from Banksy to Ai Weiwei are creating works that address the refugee crisis, but where should we draw the line between raising awareness and exploitation?
From vaginal seeding to lotus births, a new set of natural postnatal practices are raising eyebrows across the country. We talked to women and obstetricians to find out why these "holistic" demands are becoming a new normal.
From Popes to Shahs, there's a long story behind the law that might see German satirist Jan Böhmermann prosecuted for insulting Turkey's president.