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Our Insides Are Itchy: Advice from So Sad Today

So Sad Today is back and here to answer all your deepest questions.
So Sad Today
11.8.18
How to Exist OK

What It's Like Knowing You'll Die of Cancer at 35

"I’ve realized that it’s not my job to make anyone feel good. It’s my job to be honest."
Gideon Jacobs
11.2.18
Sex

A Guide to Responding to Nudes, for Straight Men

Because you need it.
Emma Garland
11.2.18
The VICE Guide to Life

All the Boring Legal Stuff You Should Know Before Opening Your Own Business

Don't let your awesome business idea go bust due to mistakes complying with regulations.
Christy Rakoczy
10.26.18
The Power and Privilege Issue

What I Wish I Knew in High School as a Queer Person with Disabilities

Advice for navigating—and maybe even changing—institutional bias on your journey through high school and beyond.
Alaina Leary
10.26.18
The Power and Privilege Issue

A Brief Guide to Making a Better Tomorrow

Practical tools to keep yourself moving toward a brighter future, even when things are terrifying.
adrienne maree brown
10.24.18
SEX

Six-Word Advice for Anyone About to Lose Their Virginity

“Try not to laugh too much.”
Anna Goldfarb
10.9.18
VICE Guide to Life

Psychologists Told Us How to Live with Another Human for the First Time

Basically, don’t be nasty.
Beckett Mufson
9.26.18
VICE Guide to Life

Six Students on How to Get Through College as a PoC

"My advice: Think about the end game and how good it’ll feel once you graduate and get a good degree. Either way, shit on ‘em, sis."
Salma Haidrani
9.26.18
How to Exist OK

We Asked a Minister How to Deal with the Pointlessness of Life

"People have been yelling at God for a long time. There's some solace to be had in that."
Gideon Jacobs
8.15.18
Advice

How to Make Out, According to Some People at a Make Out Party

“I focus my attention on their bottom lip. I’ll just latch on with my teeth and pull it around a bit. I’ve made someone bleed before.”
Laura Bell
8.9.18
employment

We Asked Experts How to Survive a Soul-Sucking Job

When you can't tell your boss to shove it, and there's just no way you'll ever love it.
Anna Goldfarb
7.26.18