Childhood

Home Coming

Hong Kong Will Always Have My Heart

It's my hometown but I despise the way it's changing.
Angela Hui
4.17.19
Culture

Millennials Tell Us the One Thing They’d Bring Back from Childhood

Tamagotchis. Snap bracelets. Hopes and dreams for the future?
Mica Lemiski
1.30.19
Culture

Disney Movies Ranked from Least to Most Childhood-Ruining

So. Much. Parental Death.
VICE Staff
9.15.18
Parental Advisory

Getting Bullied as a Kid Can Stay With You for Life

But if you can get over it, there's a silver lining.
Cindy Kuzma
9.2.18
Drugs

Meeting the Fugitive Kids of International Drug Smugglers

The writer – who was forced to move around the world as a child because of her weed-smuggling father – speaks to others who have lived similar lives.
Tyler Wetherall
4.18.18
Everyone You Love Will Die

A Eulogy to the Dad I Never Knew

It's a strange and difficult process, losing a biological father who gave you half your DNA, but who you only met a handful of times.
Charlie Gilmour
9.8.17
Essays

How Pop Music Became the Soundtrack to the Quarter Life Crisis

The music of Selena, Justin, Ariana and Miley is the only thing that will prepare you for turning 30.
Wendy Syfret
8.9.17
Rural Week NZ

Why Growing Up in a Kiwi Gang Town Isn't What You Think

I almost never talk about being from Kawerau, not out of embarrassment, but because people make assumptions about your life.
Morgan Godfery
5.30.17
Film

The Films That Traumatised Us as Children

"I literally shit my pants. And that was the last time I would ever shit my pants."
Marianne Eloise
1.14.17
Art

An Inspiring Animation of Stephen King Talking About the Power of Dreams

King's creepiest characters get together to explain the relationship between fear, childhood, and dreams.
Beckett Mufson
12.14.16
Stuff

I Grew Up in a Haunted House and I Turned Out Fine

"At first glance, I was just your basic high schooler in ripped Hollister jeans, but the swirling rumors of the haunting lent me an air of mystery."
Caroline Thompson
10.30.16
Stuff

What It's Like to Grow Up with a Terminally Ill Parent

I don't know if there was a specific moment when I found out my father was dying. I only remember my short life with him in two parts: when he was healthy and when he wasn't.
Koty Neelis
10.22.16
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