Depictions of Mental Health On TV Have a Class Problem
While shows like 'Fleabag' successfully reckon with the psychological and existential crises facing young people today, they fail to acknowledge the financial one.
Just a Few of the Lies Women Have Been Sold
From: you read too much into everything, to: you're definitely getting abducted at some point.
How Do You Know When to Quit Therapy?
When I imagined finishing therapy it was always with a sense of capability and optimism, but what I got instead was the overwhelming feeling that I was giving up.
International Women's Day 2019
The Concept of Women 'Having It All' Has Never Been Realistic, But Now It's Extinct
As a literal statement it's never held water, but it ultimately boils down to the option to have both a career and children. Now, late capitalism has rendered that near-impossible.
Global Warming Behaviour: a Checklist
Just a fun (and not existentially alarming) list!
Brands Faking Sentience Are Tweeting Me to Death
"Big mood" will be the end of us all.
How to Be a Functioning Person Again This January
Potential solutions for post-Christmas ennui that don't involve excessive movement or giving something up.
Christmas Behaviour: a Timeline
Ever spat on an elf?
Instagram's New 'Close Friends' Feature Could Be the End of Thirst Traps
A VICE writers round table on: If we're only sharing Instagram stories with our mates, how are we going to get laid?
A Guide to Responding to Nudes, for Straight Men
Because you need it.
The Power and Privilege Issue
Tracing the Tactics of 21st-Century Youth Protest
Using nonviolence, humor, and pop culture savviness, a group of Serbian university students sparked a revolution and provided a blueprint for global youth movements.
Animation Handles Big Feelings Better Than Live Action
'BoJack Horseman' is one of many cartoons that capture something deeply realistic about depression precisely because their environments are not.