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.
Whether they’re actively bullying you or complimenting you as a way of putting themself down, you don’t have to sit there silently.
If you're worried about breakthrough infections but really want to see your friends, good news: You have way more options now.
“It's the collective cloud that's hanging over everybody. It does feel pretty pervasive.”
Non-stop dunking and criticism isn't cute or funny; it's exhausting.
A group of people seeking change in an organized way for the benefit of the whole outfit? Sounds like a union to me!
A tiny bit of effort goes a long way when it comes to making sure your first post-vax gathering is a blast.
Football came out as gay, for starters.
Crying, going at it for hours and hours, calling them an asshole or a bitch... here's a guide to what's generally normal, and what's more concerning.
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.