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Views My Own

It's Time for Men to Stop Letting Women Get Catcalled

It's amazing how often "you should learn to take a compliment" is said by fully grown men who still haven't learned how to take rejection.
Christine Estima
8.4.17
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Viral Black Death: To Watch or Not to Watch

The inner debate on the sharing of black death. It’s complicated.
Noel Ransome
7.11.17
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'Black Panther' Could Change the Black Film Narrative

The film that features an almost all-black cast, a black director, and is set in a world that portrays people of color in a superior light is something black people have never seen before.
Noel Ransome
6.13.17
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I Miss the Nonviolent Cartoon Cops of My Childhood

How an obscure 80s cartoon called 'C.O.P.S' showed me the lies in law enforcement.
Noel Ransome
5.12.17
mental health

My Friend Killed Five People in My Home, but I Won't Call Him a Monster

Matthew de Grood became known as a mass murderer who killed five of our friends, but I know we failed him too.
Brendan McCabe
5.11.17
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Why U Mad About Unicorn Fraps, Bro?

No really, why?
Frederick Blichert
4.23.17
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We Are All This Polar Bear, Praying for an End to This Madness

We are animals, a screaming missile of hunger and horniness shooting straight from the womb to the tomb.
Drew Brown
4.1.17
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Andrew W.K. on Life, Love, and Pushing the Limits

The Party King has covered a lot of ground in his VICE column.
Andrew W.K.
3.22.17
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The Guilt of the Oldest Brother

I couldn’t protect my brothers from my dad, so what good was I?
Jordan Foisy
2.1.17
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Why Canadians Are Fighting Trump's America Too

My family's story is nothing special; North America was built by immigrants who are exploited for their labor while simultaneously being shunned by the hegemony.
Diyana Noory
1.30.17
creep catchers

Why We Spent Months Investigating Canada's Vigilante Pedophile Hunters

VICE Canada's head of content explains why the popular 'Creep Catchers' have serious implications for Canadian democracy.
Patrick McGuire
1.5.17
Back Then with Ben Rayner

Looking Back at a Legendary UK Warehouse Party

Photographer Ben Rayner digs up his pictures from December 2006, including snaps from the first-ever Real Gold party, as well as pics from one of the Klaxons' first major gigs.
Ben Rayner
12.4.16
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