This Is Exactly What Will Happen After the Last Fish in the Ocean Dies

The devastation of the vast majority of the world's marine life is much closer than we think.
Mike Pearl
a day ago

The Fight for London's New Generation of Fetish Clubs

Klub Verboten is part of a new wave of events taking a younger, modern and more inclusive approach to kink and fetish – but dated regulations and social stigma is making it hard for them to survive.
Emma Garland
3 days ago

How Ketamine Became the UK Teenager's Drug of Choice

It's always been around, but in 2019 ketamine is back at the top of the teenage drug menu.
Ryan Bassil
sex work

Sex Workers Make Great Therapists – But They're Locked Out of the Job

People in sex work say that the two roles have huge amounts of overlap, but they're shunned by the therapy profession.
Sophie Hemery

How Musicians Re-Adjust to Public Life After Time in Prison

The headlines pass, and critics move on, but artists like Blackpool grime's Afghan Dan have to navigate life anew in the public eye.
Kamila Rymajdo

The Remarkable Return of the Burner Phone

Some of us are ditching smartphones in favour of more basic choices, as though we're back in the early 2000s. But why?
Daisy Jones
fortune telling

Don't Throw Away Your Coffee Grounds – Get Your Future Told with Them

The dregs of your morning cup can hold the secret to your fortune. Well, at least according to practitioners of this ancient art.
Kostas Koukoumakas

Porn Doesn't Suffer from a 'Piracy Problem', It Actively Relies Upon It

Content stolen from performers and sex workers is uploaded to free sites like Pornhub and YouPorn. But can anything be done about it?
Annie Lord

I'm a Celebrity... Get Me on YouTube!

Over the past 20 or so months, some of the biggest stars in the world have turned to something people do to get famous in the first place: vlogging.
Sophie Kleeman

Your Beauty Habit Is Destroying the Environment

These makeup artists and influencers want the cosmetics industry to start changing before we're buried in tonnes of plastic.
Shayma Bakht
Remembering Things

The Story of the Very First Thing Securely Sold on the Internet

25 years ago, a college kid named Dan Kohn had the novel idea to let people buy things online. The first thing he ever sold was a Sting solo album.
Rob Arcand

Rick Ross Has No Plans to Step Down as Hip-Hop's Boss

Upon the release of his highly anticipated album 'Port of Miami 2,' the Miami veteran reflects on the decade he's spent running rap.
Gary Suarez