2C-B Is the Drug Taking Over the UK's Clubs
For decades, only psychedelic connoisseurs knew about 2C-B, but in recent years knowledge has spread, leading more and more dealers to sell it on the darknet.
'Kitty Flipping' and the Psychonaut Obsession with Mixing Drugs
Combining drugs is never a good idea, but that doesn't stop a lot of people from doing it.
What I Saw During 12 Hours On the Hook-Up Site Replacing Tinder
For 20 and 30-somethings looking purely for hook-ups, Fab Swingers is exploding in popularity as apps focus on relationships and websites lose their "personals" sections.
'Ego Death' Is the Trip Competitive Psychedelic Users Are Chasing
More and more psychonauts are looking for the ultimate high, but some are ruining their minds in the process.
The YouTuber Who Created a Worldwide Community Through His Cancer
All through this year, Dan Thomas vlogged the emotional and physical tribulations his sarcomatoid carcinoma put him through.
The Cult of Conor McGregor
Thousands of young men gobble up whatever the MMA fighter offers, whether it's whiskey, clothing or unprovoked violence towards his opponents.
London's Sugar Baby Scene Looks Very Different to How it Once Did
US laws, over-saturation and social media have all conspired to make life tougher than it's ever been for sugar babies.
The Differences Between British and American MDMA Users
How each great nation treats Mandy and Molly.
Like Beer, There's Now 'Craft Cocaine'
A community of dark net drug users view themselves as cocaine connoisseurs, looking for "organic" coke over "petrol", and batches with good "legs" and "bag-appeal".
How Two British Boys Planned to Shoot Up Their School
Inspired by the Columbine school shooting, 14-year-olds Thomas Wyllie and Alex Bolland decided to take revenge on the people they felt had wronged them.
We Need to Talk About Our Generation's Gambling Problem
There are over 150,000 addicts in the UK aged between 16 to 24, and only one specialist NHS clinic to serve them all.
How Fentanyl Took Hold of Britain's Drug Users
The super-strength opiate is already killing Brits, but could we ever find ourselves in a similar situation to the USA, where 20,000 people overdosed on fentanyl in one year?