Molly

Drugs

The Differences Between British and American MDMA Users

How each great nation uses the drug.
James Nolan
9.4.18
tv

‘Insecure’ Sees My Messy, Awkward Blackness

In season three, Issa reminds us we don’t always have to strive for excellence.
Noel Ransome
8.22.18
VICELAND

'HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA' Meets the Chemists Who Specialize in Making MDMA

On a new episode of the VICELAND show, Hamilton Morris hangs out with a few rogue scientists who use their labs to cook up the psychoactive drug.
VICE Staff
1.2.18
Stuff

We Asked a Lawyer What You Can Do if Someone Steals Your Drugs

It's complicated.
Michael Goldberg
11.16.16
high society

Watch 'High Society: Ecstasy,' the First Episode of Our New Series About Drugs in the UK

In this episode of <i>High Society</i>, we investigate how the dangers of using MDMA pills can be reduced.
VICE Staff
10.3.16
Stuff

​Drug Dealers Explain Their Marketing Strategies

"A few years ago I started putting my molly in gel capsules with red and white halves and calling them Pokéballs."
Justin Caffier
8.12.16
Stuff

We Asked an Optometrist Why Molly Makes Your Eyeballs Shake

As any devotee to the /r/drugs subreddit will be able to tell you, eye wiggles—or nystagmus—are a real and mysterious hassle.
Salma Haidrani
7.24.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Stanford Scientists Are Calling for an In-Depth Exploration into MDMA’s Effects

"Drugs like MDMA should be the object of rigorous scientific study, and should not necessarily be demonized," one researcher said.
Allison Tierney
7.18.16
Stuff

The Worst Time I Ever Did Drugs

"Right around the time the acid kicked in, a gun fight broke out."
Justin Caffier
4.8.16
daily vice

We Meet a Drumming Women's Activist on Today's 'Daily VICE'

Then THUMP explores what LA is doing to ensure drug safety at music festivals and Motherboard explains how an entrepreneur plans to bring space tourism to the Coachella valley.
VICE Staff
3.18.16
News

Can You Really Die from an MDMA Allergy?

As with all psychoactive substances, the vast majority of MDMA users get high without suffering significant health problems. Still, some people have adverse reactions to the drug, and it's not clear why.
Kristen Gwynne
3.16.16
Stuff

What It Was Like Selling Ecstasy in the 90s Rave Scene

In the heyday of raving, you could walk into a party with a bunch of pills and walk out with £6,000.
Allison Tierney
3.4.16
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