VICE PROFILES

    • 10.7.15

      How LARPing Helped One Man Deal with His Autism

      In this excerpt from VICE's new film "LARPing Saved My Life," we learn about the mental health benefits of live-action roleplaying.

    • 10.7.15

      LARPing Saved My Life

      In this episode of "Profiles by VICE" we meet Jon Gallagher, a LARPer with Asperger's syndrome who says live action role-playing has helped him make friends, learn social skills, and get a job.

    • 2.27.15

      Gay Conversion Therapy - Part 3

      Conversion therapy is the practice of "curing" gay people by trying to turn them straight. The practice has been around for a while, but these days it's considered ineffective, harmful, and potentially deadly.

    • 2.26.15

      Gay Conversion Therapy - Part 2

      Conversion therapy is the practice of "curing" gay people by trying to turn them straight. The practice has been around for a while, but these days it's considered ineffective, harmful, and potentially deadly.

    • 2.25.15

      Gay Conversion Therapy - Part 1

      Conversion therapy is the practice of "curing" gay people by trying to turn them straight. The practice has been around for a while, but these days it is considered ineffective, harmful, and potentially deadly.

    • 1.29.15

      Harmony Korine's 'The Legend of Cambo'

      When Cambo's parents went through a brutal divorce, he fled to the backwoods of Alabama to be alone. No traffic, no people, no responsibility—just pure survival.

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    • 7.28.14

      The Bros of Fracking

      VICE heads to North Dakota fracking territory to meet the new generation of young and wealthy directional drillers who are taking part in the politically loaded and controversial method of obtaining oil.

    • 7.14.14

      Matthew Lesko's Life Lessons

      VICE meets Matthew Lesko, the self-proclaimed federal grant researcher and informercial personality who made it big in his "question mark" suit. He has written more than 20 books telling people how to get money from the US government.

    • 7.7.14

      Have You Watched Our Profiles Series Yet?

      In today's attention-deficit throw-away society, very seldom is there room for the little guy (or gal) to have a chance at saying their piece in the spotlight. Profiles by VICE aims to change...

    • 6.30.14

      The Guardian Angel of Guatemala

      By day, Dr. Jorge Chiu is a cardiothoracic surgeon. By night, he volunteers as a paramedic to help the violence-ridden streets of Guatemala City. One moment Dr. Chiu will be dealing with a house fire, and the next he'll be treating gunshot wounds.

    • 6.23.14

      Blind Gunslinger

      At 27, Carey McWilliams became the first totally blind person in the USA to acquire a concealed-carry permit. Despite weapons training during his ROTC years, McWilliams has faced opposition to his right to bear arms from both the media and public...

    • 6.16.14

      Alexis Neiers on Drugs, Prison, the Bling Ring, and Redemption

      Alexis Neiers, ex–heroin addict and star of cult classic reality show Pretty Wild, has had a pretty crazy life.

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