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    You’re Using Dating Apps Wrong

    Interacting with a dating app––tweaking your profile, replying to intriguing messages, ignoring messages from idiots––can feel like it’s own job. Sure, it’s exciting at first to be matched with a semi-attractive local. But after a few awkward dates and brushes with legit weirdos, the disappointment and frustration from using these apps can make even the […]

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    All the Cartoon Characters from My Childhood Were Queer

    As an eight-year-old in suburban Michigan, I watched Lindsay Lohan creep across a dock in ‘Parent Trap’ and jump into a pond naked. At that moment, I had what I now recognize as an early sexual awakening. When her character Annie went skinny dipping after losing a bet, it scandalized me, awakening queer feelings I […]

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    Why It’s Nearly Impossible to Make a Good Biopic

    In June of this year, All Eyez on Me, the much-anticipated biopic on the life of rap artist Tupac Shakur, was released to much fanfare and industry chatter. The project pulled in $12.8 million on its first day, a healthy number for a film whose main actors were relatively unknown. The film, however, struggled to […]

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    Joan Didion and Gay Talese Documentaries Are Coming to Netflix

    This fall, Netflix will release two new documentaries about a pair of prolific American writers—Joan Didion and Gay Talese— the streaming service announced on Wednesday. Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold is directed by actor Griffin Dunne, who’s starred in Dallas Buyers’ Club and the Amazon series I Love Dick. Dunne also just so […]

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    ‘Lenin Is a Dick,’ Today’s Comic by Anna Sarukhanova

    ‘Lenin Is a Dick,’ Today’s Comic by Anna Sarukhanova Maria doles out some history before performing erotic vandalism on a statue of a popular Russian revolutionary. Check out Anna Sarukhanova’s website, Instagram, and Facebook. Anna Sarukhanova Source link

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    Hate Your Shady Landlord? Here’s Something to Celebrate

    When New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visited the Bronx to sign the first law in America guaranteeing legal representation for low-income tenants facing eviction, Randy Dillard introduced him. “I got one of the pens,” Dillard, a former bricklayer, told me. “It was one of the most wonderful feelings to see that you were […]

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    Meet the Grannies Behind New York’s Chillest Smoke Shop

    The door to Village Grannies is already open when I walk in. One of the shop’s eponymous owners, 56-year-old Vered Behr, stands behind the counter, her blonde and brown hair swept up into a half-mohawk, with black-framed glasses on her face and a swipe of red lipstick on her mouth. Tattoos peek out from her […]

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    How Diversity Made Peru the Culinary Capital of Latin America

    On an all-new episode of VICELAND’s HUANG’S WORLD, Eddie jets to Peru to sample the best dishes the long-reigning culinary capital of Latin America has to offer. A big part of what makes Peru’s cuisine so good goes back to diversity—from its divergent landscape, to its thriving ecosystem, to the multitude of cultures that come […]

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    Meet the Activist Leading the Marijuana Movement – High Times

    Whenever there are rumblings of new developments in the cannabis industry, there’s one resource many insiders visit first for reliable information—cannabis activist Tom Angell’s Twitter account. Inspired by two defining personal experiences, Angell has spent the last 15 years educating people and diligently shining a spotlight on opportunities to take action, help build the cannabis […]

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    Meet the Curator Rethinking Painting

    GARAGE is a print and digital universe spanning the worlds of art, fashion, design, and culture. Our launch is coming soon , but until then, we’re publishing original stories, essays, videos, and more on VICE.com to give you a taste of what’s to come. Read our editor’s letter to learn more.A senior curator at the […]