Features

sex and relationships

Why People Still Go Cruising

As cruising spots in London are under threat and apps have made casual hook-ups more convenient, what role does going outside in search of sex play in queer lives today?
James Greig
6.12.19
sex and relationships

Bisexual Women Explain Why They Hate Being 'Unicorn Hunted' for Threesomes

As non-monogamous dating and polyamory have become more popular, the practice of couples using dating apps to deceive women into being their mythical "third" is on the rise.
Sophie Hemery
6.11.19
Culture

'Extremes' Is Our Podcast About People Who've Lived Through Wild Situations

In one ep, we meet a guy who posted himself from the UK to Australia. In another, we meet a former banker who embezzled $700 million.
VICE Staff
5.30.19
Sex

Meet the Guy Who Ran Swingers Parties in 1980s Pakistan

"The dictatorship made it all the more exciting. We were rebelling in the crudest way possible."
Mahmood Fazal
5.28.19
Religion

How a Brisbane Artist Became a Priest for a UFO Pleasure Cult

Luke Roberts is a Raelian: "the only religion with female, gay, and transgender priests."
Julian Morgans
5.27.19
Religion

A Day With the Australian Couple Who Say They're Jesus and Mary

We talked a lot about self-assurance.
Julian Morgans
5.27.19
Culture

TikTok Has Created a Whole New Class of Influencer

While the app's stars might have millions of fans, they're not making nearly as much money as their contemporaries on YouTube.
Amelia Tait
5.15.19
wellness

Anti-Diet Books Are the New Diet Books

Intuitive eating promises to free its followers from food rules and calorie counting, but is it just another diet trend?
Phoebe Hurst
5.13.19
Features

'Fusion' Food Is Finally Moving Past Cheeseburger Wontons

A new generation of chefs wants to take “fusion” beyond a punchline.
Bettina Makalintal
5.7.19
Drugs

How ‘Bluelight’ Became a Life-Saving Encyclopedia for Drug Info

The internet's largest forum for drug discussion started life in the 90s as a message board called "MDMA Clearinghouse."
Sam Nichols
5.6.19
conspiracy theories

This Archeologist Says He's Got Proof That Atlantis Sunk Into the Java Sea

Using ancient stories and "conversations with ancestors," the founder of Atlantis-obsessed group says he's cracked the codes that led him closer to the lost civilization.
Titah AW
4.29.19
Culture

The Complicated Appeal of 'Gamer Girl' Porn

We take a harder look at how female gamers are portrayed in porn.
Samantha Cole
4.29.19
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