We spoke to political activists as young as 11 about why they’re getting involved in this election.
We spoke to campaigners and a knife crime victim about what needs to be done to tackle the "epidemic" of youth street violence.
“The younger generation understands what you see online is not real. But they’re more willing to look not-real because that’s what they’ve grown up with.”
We talked to young people about financial independence and supporting their families.
Medications, anxiety, STIs, high standards and all the other reasons younger generations aren’t boning.
"I want a country where black people and LGBTQ individuals can walk freely. As a woman, I want to walk around without being afraid I'll get raped."
Also to blame: Democrats and liberals.
Which is pretty sad when contemplating the future of the planet, whatever shape you think its is.
Over a third of young people told VICE they have friends who take Xanax.
"You could smell the thick, eggy stench of fresh sewage from halfway up the street."
A new study explores how infidelity can be a means through which young adults try to navigate their own development—but also finds that this isn't always the case.
In Leave-voting Eastbourne, the average age is 71 and teenagers are nowhere to be found.