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bdsm

The Vancouver Couple Bringing Japanese Bondage to Art Classes

This kinbaku dojo teaches rope tying, hosts life drawing nights, and sparks conversation around consent.
Michelle Gamage
1.16.19
SEXISM

Canadian Male Forest Workers Tell Us How They Respond to Sexism in the Industry

A mushroom picker, hunting guide, and tree planter responded to a recent VICE article exposing sexual harassment in their line of work.
Lori Fox
11.29.18
mental health

I Grew Up with Parents Who Didn’t Understand Mental Illness

‘The Woo-Woo’ author Lindsay Wong recalls childhood in a deeply superstitious household.
Lindsay Wong
10.24.18
cults

How NXIVM Ripped Through This Group of Canadian Actors

“It was like being invited to an Oscar party.”
Sarah Berman
9.12.18
Weed

Stories of People Getting Too Stoned on Planes

“There was a moment when I didn’t think I was going to survive.”
Anwar Ali
8.27.18
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
Essays

I Trolled Strangers on Craigslist and Learned About Human Connection

For the sake of art, I explored why our internet reactions don’t need truth or reality to run wild.
Cole Nowicki
7.30.18
Vice Guide to Right Now

Seth Rogen Is Pumped to Be the Voice of Vancouver Transit

Vancouver is very on-brand for Rogen—they are both often stoned.
Manisha Krishnan
7.26.18
Metal as hell

Meet Vancouver’s Dark Lord of Karaoke

When he stands at a microphone, Arcanabyss Brooks is beyond mortal. His fans even chant his name.
Cole Nowicki
7.4.18
Trolls

This Dude Is Selling $40 Hot Dog Water to 'Encourage Critical Thinking'

It was an impressively elaborate troll.
Allison Tierney
6.22.18
Photos

These Photos Helped Me Understand My Dad's Overdose Death

Photographer Jackie Dives talks about the double exposures that helped her process the grief of losing a parent to addiction.
Jackie Dives
6.13.18
Internet

Lil Tay’s Videos Have Disappeared from Her Social Media Feeds

But her brother says they’re going to “come back stronger then ever.”
Manisha Krishnan
6.4.18
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