Amy Rose Spiegel
Senior Editor, VICE Lifeamyrose.email@example.com
Love, money, politics, and very much more. Author of the books Action: A Book About Sex (Grand Central, 2016) and No One Does It Like You (Workman, 2019). Singer of the band Store Front.
Do a drugstore chocolate tasting. Pin a love note to the dog’s collar. Have sex on camera.
This isn't the worst year for sincerity, so reach out to people isolated in prisons, nursing homes, and long-term medical care facilities.
If you can't go see your family or play charades with your friends, why not smash some decorative gourds in the street with a bat?
Listen to heavy metal in the shower with your eyes closed. Rank candy in the group text to start drama. Wear a subtle costume every day.
States are scrambling to hold elections in a pandemic. You should be preparing to vote by mail.
Go skating. Provide community aid. Tell each other the stories of your lives.
Pick a unifying theme. Sext with a hot queer. Read the work of your LGBTQ forebears. Tell the cat she's gay.
Dating while social distancing can include juicy secrets, good-natured (and shirtless) arguments, art, and other areas of intrigue.
Amber Rose, Buck Angel, John Paul Brammer, Penda N’diaye, and June Amelia Rose discuss encounters that informed how they approach giving affirmative sexual consent on an individual level.
Writers Marie Lodi Andreakos, Tasbeeh Herwees, Muna Mire, Krista Burton, and Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard weigh on in the love lessons they would have appreciated hearing early on in their romantic careers.
"Be the person you wish Harvey could have been," McGowan tells Argento.