Bodily Fluids

Design Bias

This User-Friendly Menstrual Cup Is What Happens When Design Is Inclusive

When her old cup kept failing her, Jane Adame, whose connective-tissue condition makes her joints unstable, had to imagine there was a better way.
Rose Eveleth
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

King Krule Brings the Slugdy “Dum Surfer” to ‘Conan’

It's not often that late-night audiences hear that someone's brain is diluting.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey Hitlist

Sälen Squirt the Bodily Fluids Into Really Good Pop Music

The east London trio are kind of like PC Music, but with more lyrics to gross you out.
Daisy Jones

Would You Eat a Tomato Grown With Your Own Pee?

If you're an astronaut on Mars one day, you might not have a choice.
Nick Keppler
We Asked

Pee Is So Much Crazier Than We Ever Realized

It contains more than 3,000 ingredients—that we know about.
Eric Spitznagel
ask a doctor

Can You Change the Taste of Your Own Bodily Fluids?

Rick Ross says diced pineapples make his baby taste the best.
Shannon Thomas

Art with Bodily Fluids Has Never Looked This Good [Exclusive]

Not only are these photos gorgeous, but they're all about body (fluid) positivity.
Beckett Mufson

Yes, What You Eat Does Change How Your Semen Tastes

Urban legend has it that foods like pineapple make your cum or vagina taste good, while stuff like stinky cheese makes your junk taste rank. To find out if there's any validity to this, we had a male-male and female-female couple try a sex experiment.
Zach Sokol

What Is with the Dudes Who Want to Roll in Women's Sweat at the Gym?

Some guys will go out of their way to get covered in my ass sweat. What gives?
Rachel Berkeley

Doctors Could Use Snot Instead of Blood for Diagnostics—Why Don’t They?

Nasal mucus carries many substances that are also used in blood and urine tests, sometimes in greater concentrations.
Alejandro Tauber
history of

The History of Bodily Fluids in Feminist Art

From the Virgin Mary's free-flowing breast milk to Instagram's period-censoring policies, we charted the history of artists who use blood, pus, spit, and semen in their work.
Leah Sinclair
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Minnesota Finally Made It Illegal to Sneak Your Bodily Fluids into Somebody’s Food or Drink

Lawmakers decided to step in after a guy got caught ejaculating into his co-worker's coffee cup last year.
River Donaghey