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We Spoke to the 'Cock Destroyer', the Porn Star Who's Become a Gay Icon

"I think everyone has an inner cock destroyer in them."
Louis Staples
11.21.18
Photography

A Former Nun Finds Her Voice in Fashion Photography

Enter the divine world of Colombian photographer Bita Cuartas.
Adam Beal
6.6.17
In Memoriam

There Was No One Else on Earth Like Chris Cornell

The Soundgarden vocalist was an icon with one of the greatest voices we'll ever hear. He'll live on Grunge Rushmore for eternity.
Jeff Weiss
5.19.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here Are the Spice Girls Educating an Ill-Advised Human Being on Why Blackface is Wrong

Crazy to think we've only become more stupid since this.
Sarah MacDonald
3.9.17
Michael Jordan

To Michael Jordan on His 54th Birthday

A few words on the greatest of all time, the things he has won, and what it means to want more than anything else in the world.
David Roth
2.17.17
Art

Glamor Shots Get Gleefully Weird in Parker Day's Photographs

In her new series of portraits, photographer Parker Day creates abstracted identities for her models and we can’t look away.
Hannah Stouffer
2.6.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch the Spice Girls Rip into This “Chauvinist Pig" in Leaked Footage from 1997

"Stop right now, thank you very much"
Sarah MacDonald
11.16.16
Photo

Legendary Photographer Tom Sheehan Explains His Iconic Images

Tom Sheehan has been taking photos of musicians for 66 years, and he's got some stories.
As told to John Doran, Photos: Tom Sheehan
6.9.16
Art

An Arcade Meets a Temple at the Brooklyn Museum

FAILE discuss the oppositions structuring their new large-scale exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.
Matthew Sedacca
8.8.15
Art

There Are No Rules in David Salle's Painted Pop Culture Mashups

David Salle's 'New Paintings' show combines mediums for a non-traditional display of works at Skarstedt Chelsea.
Abby Ronner
5.5.15
Music

Gay Men Declare Taylor Swift the Queen of Pop

For years, gay men and many pop fans have ignored Taylor Swift, but her first official pop album '1989' has led many gay men to consider her the new queen of pop.
Mitchell Sunderland
11.8.14
VICE GLOBAL

The Ecstasy and Agony of Prince Naseem Hamed: Britain's Forgotten Icon

Boxing, speed garage, racial tensions, and the collapse of the industrial heartlands—for a few years in the late 90s, all that and more was wrapped up in one of the most dazzling assholes on earth.
VICE Staff
11.6.14
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