The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
Microdosing Testosterone Can Completely Change Non-Binary Lives
"I knew I was non-binary, but I was afraid to tell my doctor I didn't want to fully transition from female to male. I thought finding an in-between wasn't allowed."
Your DNA Could Affect How Well Your Birth Control Works
New research suggests that people with an uncommon genetic variant break down the hormones in birth control too quickly—which could put them at risk of unintended pregnancy.
This Week in Science
Birth Control Might Change Who Women Feel Attracted To
Women may be drawn to certain men because of the way they smell, and hormonal birth control could interfere.
I Can’t Get Out of Bed Without Masturbating
I’m comatose until I cum. I decided to find out why.
The Complicated Relationship Between Testosterone and Muscle Growth
It's not the levels of testosterone that men have that matters, but rather how sensitive they are to the hormone.
Not Getting Enough Sleep Makes it a Lot Harder to Get in Shape
Among other things, sleep deprivation has been shown to increase the loss of muscle when you go on a diet.
The Gendering of Emotions Could Be Linked to Rates of Anxiety
30 percent of American women will develop an anxiety disorder over their lifetime compared to 19 percent of men.
VICE Guide to Life
Do You Really Need to Take the Pill at the Same Time Every Day?
That depends on which type of birth control you're taking: there are two types of birth control pills and they work a little differently.
There Are Nearly 1,000 Chemicals in Our Food That Have Never Been Tested for Safety
Why the FDA and the EPA aren't set up to protect us from contaminants in the food we eat.
'Terror,' Today's Comic by Nina Vandenbempt
Nina illustrates the hormonal phases most women go through over the span of a month.
This Is Why You Snack When You're Bored
And here's what you can do to stop it.
The Scientists Who Study Whale 'Defecation Events'
Whale poops fertilize ocean ecosystems, and also contain a wealth of information for marine scientists.