Allison Tierney


Why Parents Are Going Public About Their Kids’ Overdose Deaths

A Calgary mother’s photo of her holding her dying son has been shared over 100,000 times on social media.


What It’s Like to Be a Genderfluid Sex Worker

Jane Way tells us about being cast in cis female porn roles, how they deal with misgendering from clients, and the frustration of fluidity.


Furries Tell Us How They Figured Out They Were Furries

"When I finally made the suit, it was this realization that it was like a second skin for me."


How the Stigma of Drug Addiction Hurts All of Us

As people in Canada continue to die en masse due to the opioid crisis, we look at how stereotypes surrounding drug use are holding society back everywhere.


You'll Be Able to Smoke from Hunter S. Thompson's Personal Weed Stash Soon

Guess we know what weed the guys in your English 201 class will be smoking.


Everything I Learned Using Tinder Social for a Month

Conclusion: It is definitely for gangbangs.


Inside the Magical World of Lolitas

There's way more to the subculture than grown women who dress like dolls.


What Hollywood Often Ignores in Films About Drugs

And how one new film is trying to change that.


It’s Never Been Less Safe to Try Out Drugs

College is often the time when you start really experimenting with drugs, but doing so is increasingly dangerous. Here's what you need to know in 2016.


Canada's Pissed It’s Footing Bill for Rescuing Drunk Americans Who Literally Floated Over the Border

The "over-refreshed" Americans accidentally crossed the border illegally en masse when high winds blew their river party into Canada.