London’s Queer and Femme Party Scene Is Having a Renaissance
Nights like Aphrodyki, LICK, Gal Pals and many more are reviving a scene that most of us thought was basically dead.
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sex and relationships
Why People Still Go Cruising
As cruising spots in London are under threat and apps have made casual hook-ups more convenient, what role does going outside in search of sex play in queer lives today?
The Strange Rise and Sudden Fall of the Florida Mayor Who Took on a SWAT Team
A disgraced doctor and alleged user of crack and meth managed to take over a city until he got caught. Somehow, that was just the beginning.
sex and relationships
Bisexual Women Explain Why They Hate Being 'Unicorn Hunted' for Threesomes
As non-monogamous dating and polyamory have become more popular, the practice of couples using dating apps to deceive women into being their mythical "third" is on the rise.
'Extremes' Is Our Podcast About People Who've Lived Through Wild Situations
In one episode, we meet a guy who posted himself from the UK to Australia. In another, we meet a former banker who embezzled £550 million.
Tim Heidecker's Divorce Album Is No Joke
The cult funnyman is known for his irreverent and outlandish comedy on Adult Swim, but his new album 'What The Brokenhearted Do…' gets real about an imaginary break-up.
We Have to Be Honest About 'Polite' Racism at UK Universities
A 'Telegraph' story named limited hair options as a key reason black teens don’t apply to Cambridge. We spoke to students about the reality.
Rape Victims Are Being Told They Can't Go to Therapy
If you're sexually assaulted in the UK, the authorities may tell you not to speak with therapists about the assault until after the trial is complete. The impact of this silence can be devastating.
We've Hit Peak Astrology
The celestial phenomenon isn't just experiencing a boom, it's become something else entirely, with its own rules and humour.
My Time Covering the Story of Charlene Downes, the Teenager 'Who Ended Up in a Kebab'
Ahead of a VICE Studios-produced documentary about the 2003 murder, journalist Joe Cusack – who has covered the story since it began – remembers his time on the beat.
School Isolation Is Hurting a Generation of Young People
Isolation booths have become a major part of the education system, but former students say that they amount to nothing less than psychological torture.
Sex, Lies and Offshore Vehicles: How Russia Became the Country It Is Today
As this extract from Oliver Bullough's book 'Moneyland' makes clear, it is remarkably easy to loot a country providing you are in charge of it.