Writer Chloe Combi spent years interviewing young people around the UK – and stumbled upon something she never thought she would.
Accounts like @h_e_r_s_t_o_r_y, @transmascstudies and more are filling the gaps left in young peoples' knowledge.
My 15-year-old cousin taught me how to contour.
We spoke to the music fans who came of age (or were born) after the mainstream version of emo took hold in the mid-2000s.
"Teen life is no longer just frilly skirts and bubblegum; it is distorted and perplexing and corrupt and it is only just getting worse."
VICE, i-D and UKSCN are throwing a Fridays for Future climate strike after-party tonight, and you're all invited.
We hear from parents and marketers about the children of millennials, born from about 2011 and swiping touchscreens before they can read.
From Clairo to Yellow Days, young acts are winning young fans with their frank discussions of heartbreak and mental health.
Medications, anxiety, STIs, high standards and all the other reasons younger generations aren’t boning.
"Maybe its just the generation Z in me but how did people burn CDs?" asks a 17-year-old. "Like how did you just get a blank CD and put songs on it?"
And also: what they miss about old-timey courting.
The year VICE UK was launched, Britain was a very different place.