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Stuff

I Bummed a Cigarette at a Festival and Traded Up to Coke

Like that guy who started with a paperclip and traded up to a house
David Allegretti
9.6.17
LGBTQ

What It's Like to Transition in Different Parts of the World

From Canada, to Serbia and all the way to Australia – eight individuals talk about coming out as transgender in their respective countries.
VICE Staff
7.13.17
Sex

We Interviewed Our Parents About Their Sex Lives

It was as traumatising as it was reassuring.
VICE Staff
2.8.17
Photo

The Perilous Lives of Cambodia's High Rise Construction Workers

Some work 11 stories high without safety harnesses, wearing flip-flops. Every month, there's another story of someone falling to death.
Alex Consiglio
12.8.16
Travel

Mullahs, Skateparks, and Designer Knock-Offs: Inside Modern Iran

It's a million things at once. A country where vastly different understandings of the world live side by side.
Roya Azadi
11.29.16
Film

RIP Raoul Coutard: The Man Who Made Cinematography Invisible

Whether it's in a drone tracking shot or the referential pastiche of Tarantino and Wes Anderson, Coutard's vision of hyper-staged naturalism is everywhere.
Patrick Marlborough
11.14.16
Photo

Inside New Zealand's Reclusive, Anti-Technology Christian Community

For the most part, the public has relied on accounts of ex-Gloriavale members to understand daily life within the community, but photographer Cam McLaren was invited into the community and gave VICE an exclusive preview of what he saw.
Cam McLaren, Words by Beatrice Hazlehurst
10.22.16
Health

What It's Like to Have Borderline Personality Disorder

"I keep seeing my neighbor's pool in winter, just an empty bowl of dusty blue tiles. Imagine standing in the middle of that, when suddenly, the pool fills up. In an instant, you're drowning."
Patrick Marlborough
10.10.16
tech

How an Australian College Student Did What NASA Couldn't

Paddy Neumann's final project—which proposes using junk metal as rocket fuel—could change space travel forever.
Maddison Connaughton
10.4.16
News

New Study Shows That Tinder Doesn't Hurt Romance

A new study from the University of Sydney has found dating apps help people find love as much as they help people get laid.
Katherine Gillespie
9.28.16
Photo

Photos of Life on the Edge of the Arabian Desert

Photographer Lars Moereels captures quiet moments in a city known for its opulence and wealth.
Lars Moereels
8.16.16
Travel

Even Those Trying to Save the Ganges from Sewage Insist on Bathing in It

India's Ganges River is one of the most heavily polluted bodies of water on the planet. Yet a myth endures that bathing in it, or drinking it, is completely safe.
Paul Gregoire
7.19.16
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