These Women Are Fighting Sexism in Psychedelic Research
The movement has always been mostly white and male, but 'psychedelic feminists' are making sure the so-called renaissance doesn’t repeat mistakes of the past.
Portraits of the New Residents Reclaiming Niagara Falls’ Aging Motels
A peek inside the lives (and heart-shaped tubs) of a transforming city’s low-income tenants.
We Spoke to a BC Researcher Who Wants to License Psychedelic Trip Sitters
If Mark Haden has his way, Canada's government could start regulating shamans and shroom dealers.
We Asked Bands to Show Us What They Take on Tour
There's the stuff that's so valuable you'd jump of a building to save, and then the things you more or less expect to be destroyed.
We Asked Why Someone Would Take Ayahuasca More Than 20 Times
It's like the equivalent of 200 years of therapy. That's a lot of therapy.
I Have a Rare Visual Disorder That’s Like Being on Psychedelics All the Time
"It's a really unique kind of brain problem," says neurologist Dr. Jason Barton.