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The Privacy and Perception Issue

When I Made a Sex Work Pseudonym, I Didn't Know I'd Be Her Forever

I didn’t realize at the time, that my new name would both protect and endanger me—and that my youthful attempt to rewrite my story would actually help form the person I would become.
Kitty Stryker
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

Basic Income Is Already Transforming Life and Work in a Postindustrial Canadian City

In Hamilton, Ontario, a basic income pilot is improving individual lives—but bureaucratic pitfalls and tepid goals can limit its potential.
Jordan Pearson
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

What It's Like to Live in America Without Broadband Internet

In every single state, a portion of the population doesn’t have access to broadband, and some have no access to the internet at all.
Kaleigh Rogers
VICE Magazine

Roger Ballen's Terrifying Photos Conjure Visions of the Apocalypse

The legendary photographer shares unseen work with us.
Roger Ballen
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

The Trauma of Everyday Gun Violence in New Orleans

There's a vast, undiagnosed epidemic of PTSD in communities of color plagued by violence, and many young men are struggling to cope on their own.
Jimmie Briggs
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

How Canada's Indigenous Families Grieve the Loss of Their Loved Ones

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police estimated that between 1980 and 2012, around 1,200 Indigenous women were murdered or went missing.
Sara Hylton
The 2017 Music Issue

Welcome to the Church of 2 Chainz

The Atlanta rapper has worked too hard to just be considered "funny." With 'Pretty Girls Love Trap Music' and a new TV show, he's hell-bent on claiming his rightful throne.
Kyle Kramer
The 2017 Music Issue

VICE Magazine and Noisey's Second Annual Music Issue Is Now Online

We talk to 2 Chainz, Mija, CupcakKe, Dave, the Pink Room Project, and more in this year's music issue.
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A History of One of the Most Star-Studded 'Simpsons' Episodes

On this episode of the VICE Magazine Podcast, Dan Ozzi discusses why "Homerpalooza" made it cool to be too old to rock.
The September Stories Issue

Feedback from Museumgoers May Be Changing the Art World

Curators are paying attention to audiences at large.
Emerson Rosenthal
The September Stories Issue

A Short Story About Acceptance and Loss by Eka Kurniawan

The Indonesian author's new novel, 'Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash,' is out this month.
Eka Kurniawan
The September Stories Issue

Nearly Two-Thirds of Egyptians Don't Use Formal Bank Accounts

Here's what many of them do instead.
Wael Fathi