Inside the Ornate World of El Chapo Nail Art
"Narco fashion is huge. It's such a part of our culture, it's so woven into our cultural fabric as Mexicans."
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How to Party at Pride If You're Sober
Mental preparation is just as important as a backpack full of seltzer.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Google Just Dropped Over 50 Gender-Fluid Emojis
We now have gender-ambiguous zombies, vampires and merpeople.
The Anxiety Hour
Mojo JuJu Is Searching for the Identity Her Family Weren’t Allowed to Embrace
On the latest episode of the Anxiety Hour, the musician describes how her parents' experiences of race and identity in Australia gave her a sense of hereditary disconnection—something music helps her to overcome.
All the Unfunny Things You Hear as a Non-White Comedian in New Zealand
“Some people are just flat out racist.”
I'm a 26-Year-Old Black Woman and I Love Dave Matthews Band
I'm not what people think of when they envision a typical fan of the band that could be considered the epitome of "white people music," and this is my story.
This Artist Builds Sculptures Using Only Black Lego
We had a chance to speak with Toronto’s Ekow Nimako about why he’s building monuments for black youth.
Stop Telling Black Writers to Stop Writing About Race
A recent series of comments forced me to confront the issues of writing like everyone else as an other.
Why I Was Never Excited for a Black James Bond
Simply copying and pasting black skin on a white character would trivialize the whole point of a black Bond.
It Might Be Time to Retire the Buzz Phrase ‘Toxic Masculinity’
Ahead of the release of her new book ‘I’m Afraid of Men’ author Vivek Shraya reflects on masculinity myths.
The True Story Behind Spike Lee’s Blackkklansman: A Black Cop Who Infiltrated the KKK
"My only regret was that I couldn't reveal who I was and what I was doing to thoroughly embarrass them and show them what idiots they were."
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Peyton Fulford's Intimate and Vulnerable Photos of Queer Southern Youth
With her series “Infinite Tenderness,” the photographer develops a new narrative for LGBTQ kids in the South.