The Objects That Remind Refugees of Home
"I was afraid of also losing my culture, but something as small as a rug has helped me to hang on to a part of it."
The Stories You Lose When Your Refugee Family Splits Itself Up
After her entire family fled Iraq, my grandmother stayed behind because she didn't want to give up on the country she loves.
Young People from Utrecht Tell Us How They Experienced the Recent Shooting
It's still unclear what the gunman's motives were.
Inside the Dark Web Forum That Tells You How to Make Drugs
Dread is the go-to platform for aspiring drug manufacturers.
I Cooked DMT in My Kitchen for Four Years
Willem produced tens of thousands of pounds worth of DMT from a makeshift lab in his house.
How I Accidentally Found Out My Dad Is Gay
I burst out crying – something I wish I hadn't done.
What It's Like to Run the Biggest Drug Encyclopaedia in the World
Kenan Sulayman's website PsychonautWiki is an online resource for information on over 300 hallucinogens.
Eric van den Berg
What I Learned from the Depression After My Transition
Though I wouldn't change a thing, transitioning presented problems I never expected.
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How to Sleep Properly at University
We asked several specialists how to get through uni on a minimal amount of sleep.
What Does a Nuclear Bomb Explosion Feel Like?
On the International Day Against Nuclear Tests, VICE's new film speaks to British atomic veterans to find out what it's like to experience an atomic bomb explosion up close.
Wester van Gaal
What I've Learned from Working as a Lesbian Escort
"Straight women who've never had gay sex often want to try everything at once. One second they want to eat you out, the next they're standing there with a strap-on."
I Tried Japanese Bondage to Learn About the Beauty of Getting Tied Up
I also learned a lot about pain, bruising and how much my shoulder can take before it dislocates.