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You Can Now Anonymously Send Anyone a Chocolate Dick

It'll arrive in a discreet box with the words “EAT A DICK” stamped on the lid.
Jelisa Castrodale
3.26.19
SEX

I Made One of My Guy Friends Wear Fake Foreskins for a Week

I helped my friend solve a penis problem I never knew existed.
Laura Bell
11.6.18
Sex

We Spoke to Size Queens About Why They Prefer Big Dicks

“It gives me a strange sense of pride. I love the feeling of being totally stretched out.”
Richard Greenhill
7.31.18
Science

How Dick Size Matters to Men's Health

Penis size impacts men’s self esteem, health choices, and more.
Mack Lamoureux
7.1.18
Sex

I Helped My 28-Year-Old Friend Have Her First Orgasm

It wasn't a Christmas miracle so much as a lesson in perseverance.
Laura Bell
12.23.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Navy Pilot Drew This Giant Dick in the Sky

"We find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value."
Drew Schwartz
11.17.17
VICE TONIC

Men Told Us How Having a Small Penis Messes With Their Minds

Basing your expectations on the massive dicks seen in porn only makes it worse.
Michelle Malia
11.10.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Netflix Is Making a True-Crime Parody About Dick Graffiti

The series, 'American Vandal,' aims to get to the bottom of a more mundane, if not equally important, mystery.
VICE Staff
8.3.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Dickhead Vandalised Norway's Penis Rock

Crowdfunders want you to donate some kroner to save the boner.
Katherine Gillespie
6.26.17
porn

How to Do Anal Like a Porn Star

Fans "see the penis going in. They don't see me laying on the bed for half an hour squeezing water into my butt and stretching it out."
Mark Hay
5.17.17
NSFW

Evan Stone Talks About What It's Like to Play Donald Trump in Porn Parodies

"You have to be able to laugh, or else you will drive yourself crazy. People want to laugh and they want to jerk off, and that's why I'm here."
Zach Sokol
11.20.16
Art

This Towel Covers Your Private Parts with Private Parts

Ken Kagami’s collaboration with THE THING Quarterly undresses censorship and body politics with a fluffy bath towel and an essay from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
B. David Zarley
10.26.16
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