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Harron Walker is a Senior Staff Writer on VICE's Life desk. An award-winning journalist, she previously worked at Out and is an ongoing contributor to Jezebel.
Sharing Joints and Other Mundane Things We Wish We Could Get Back
Now we're realizing the little things that won't be the same when life "opens up."
Can Sourdough Starters Feel Pain?
The yeast and bacteria needed for dough to become bread are very much alive, just as humans are. What does this mean about our quarantine baking?
Lou Reed Dated a Trans Woman. That Doesn't Mean He Treated Her Well.
The photos of Reed and Rachel suggest a happy couple, but what is known about their relationship paints a far more complicated picture.
Petting the Cat Wrong and 16 Other Ways Our Partners Are Trying to Hurt Us
Weeks of isolation have brought to light a bunch of bafflingly bizarre habits we never noticed about the people we love.
Pretty Sure These 'Femme' 'Boxers' on Instagram Are Just... Underwear?
Getting to the bottom of a modern branding mystery.
How to Tell Your Friends You Don't Want to Text All Day
When we’re all stuck at home, drawing boundaries can be hard.
Cutting Your Own Hair During Coronavirus Quarantine Will Only Make It Worse
Giving yourself bangs might be tempting right now, but it won't give you the sense of control you seek.
COVID-19 Forces Drag Queens to Take Their Shows Online
"We can laugh. We can have a good time, even if that means having it in the comfort of our homes."
If You Miss Going to Bars, Have Drinks With Your Friends on FaceTime
If coronavirus is keeping you from going out, you can at least crack a cold one with the boys on video chat.
Want to Transition? There's an App for That
Solace is a one-stop resource for people who know that they're trans but don't know where to start.
Runners Hate Running as Much as the Rest of Us
There are a lot of flowery, feel-good narratives around running as exercise—but the reality is, even people who are committed to it hate it.
How to Choose Love at the End of the World
Author Kai Cheng Thom remains hopeful for her "queer and trans bubble" in the face of climate disaster, mass extinction, and the global rise of fascism.