Under the Trump administration, I could stand to lose my healthcare, my livelihood, and even my life.
"Regardless of how our gender expression looks to the outside world, we deserve to live our genders on our own terms."
This is the story of the 1970s summer photographer Nan Goldin and writer/actress Cookie Mueller spent in P-Town in the Cape, partying non-stop with eccentrics like Philippe Marcade, John Waters, and other brilliant weirdos.
An interview with performance artist and general badass Marina Abramović, a behind-the-scenes look at Fetty Wap's sold-out tour, and a conversation with a "stalker" whose art stunts advocated for a Donald Trump presidency back in 1999.
China's app-powered, square dancing craze.
A personal bid to unlock my masculinity, one Lynx spray and bacon binge at a time.
If Donald Trump follows through on his promises to end Obamacare, sober patients could lose access to the doctors and therapists that are crucial to their recovery.
In federal prison, you form friendships with gang members, violent men, and a whole slew of drug dealers and users of every variety. What happens after that is sensitive.
The US Department of the Interior has placed the Arctic Ocean off-limits for oil or gas drilling, setting up another obstacle for Trump's energy prospects.
On an all new episode of our VICELAND series PAYDAY, we head to Tennessee to meet four 20-somethings as they navigate living and working in the city.
For sufferers like me, mushrooms and 5-MeO-DALT offer relief where traditional medications can't.
Fifteen years since it was last on air, we speak to its stars and director about the cult British classic.
After releasing a shitload of projects this year—including not only one, but two 100-track mixtapes—the rapper has released a novel called OK. Read an excerpt here.
Donald Trump's campaign successfully used family reality television tropes to help win him the presidency.
The process involves cutting out skin using a scalpel, before rubbing the open wounds with peroxide or lemon juice. Unsurprisingly, it's incredibly painful.
"When we looked across the Pacific, we saw the fa'afafine of Samoa, the Māhū of Hawaii, and the fakaleiti of Tonga. Where was our identity?"
BALLS DEEP host Thomas Morton brings us back to his library to talk about the books he read before he immersed himself in the world of two t-girls from the Bronx.
The hosts sat down with writer Cord Jefferson to talk about Twitter wars, Cuba, racism, and more.
It's not the kind of wedding ceremony we'd imagined, but it's the legal status we need to get through the next four years.
The final two episodes of season three portray the struggles of helping a partner when you can't help yourself.
On an all new episode of Dead Set on Life, we check out two different takes on a holiday filled with dancing, drinking, and eating.
VICE talked to mushroom expert Alan Rockefeller, about his work and the possibility of legalizing the psychedelic varietals of this fungi in the future.
Since election day, women's health clinics have been squeezed to keep up with the demand for long-acting reversible contraception devices, like IUDs.
Whether they're craving a shoulder to cry on, a hunk to take shots with, or a late-night cuddle, Tokyo-based women can fulfill their relational needs on demand and by the hour.