Rachel Miller is Deputy Editor of VICE Life and the author of The Art of Showing Up: How to Be There for Yourself and Your People.
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Advice from some queers of party experience to baby gays (of all ages).
It can be hard to believe you’ll find someone when hedonism seems to be the collective mood, but a lot of people want to lock it down after lockdown.
When we're experiencing a lot of external stress, our relationship with our appearance can become a battlefield.
A ritual can be a good way to process ambiguous grief, so you can move forward feeling a bit lighter.
As drag has gotten more mainstream, it’s gotten further from its DIY roots—and performing on the biggest stage is becoming prohibitively expensive.
It's normal to be nervous about defining a relationship... but feeling genuine anguish about the conversation could be a bad sign.
Do we try to keep it posi vibes, or commiserate about the one thing we definitely all have in common?
Give yourself a new nickname, get reacquainted with your closet, become more charismatic, and other little activities to make the time fly by.
If every conversation with your folks devolves into a tearful screaming match, it's time to set some boundaries and get a little space.
A guide to filling reimagined celebrations with the importance, joy, and light mayhem that we yearn for in this season.