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Privacy and Perception Issue
Privacy and Perception Issue

These Photos Explore the Multiple Identities We Have Online and Off

Laurence Philomene used friends to express versions of their self through portraiture
Laurence Philomène
7.13.18
Privacy and Perception Issue
Privacy and Perception Issue

As a Trans Woman, Our Obsession With Labels Feels Limiting—Not Liberating

I’m trans, HIV positive, and I don’t seek to fit into a single gender binary. But my simple desire to land a date on a dating app is often lost in the terms I'm expected to use.
Juno Roche
6.21.18
The Privacy and Perception Issue
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
6.21.18
The Borders Issue
The Borders Issue

The Epic Saga of Royals in Exile That Shaped Indian Identity

The epic story of a prince and princess in exile unfolds in this ethereal series by photographer Vasantha Yogananthan.
Vasantha Yogananthan
5.4.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

How to Build Your Own Time Capsule

With a little data-driven forethought—potentially also some light biohacking—your ark might just transcend time.
Brian Anderson
4.22.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

Saving a Pristine Wilderness from Militarised Poachers and a Humanitarian Crisis

Chinko, in Central African Republic, "portrays hope in a situation where everything is stacked up to be doom and gloom. We are not allowing Eden to be lost. We are in the process of bringing Eden back."
Jack Losh
4.10.18
VICE Magazine
VICE Magazine

Roger Ballen's Terrifying Photos Conjure Visions of the Apocalypse

The legendary photographer shares unseen work with us.
Roger Ballen
4.10.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue

VICE Magazine's Dystopia and Utopia Issue Is Now Online

Our first quarterly issue features unseen work from photo legend Roger Ballen, investigates gun violence and trauma in New Orleans, taste tests food for the apocalypse, teaches you how to build your own time capsule, and much more.
ELLIS JONES
4.9.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
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
4.5.18
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
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
4.4.18
The 2017 Music Issue
The 2017 Music Issue

The Shape of Punk to Comp

How cheap compilation CDs helped revive a genre.
Dan Ozzi
Jonah Bayer
11.17.17
The 2017 Music Issue
The 2017 Music Issue

God Bless Women Who Sing Candidly About Fucking

There's a new generation of ax-slingers celebrating female sexuality with hot licks and explicit lyrics, and I'm here for it.
Lauren O'Neill
11.11.17