Vice

Canada Is Run By a Gay Mafia, And Other Tabloid Trash

J.J. McCullough | Posted 09.10.2013 | Canada Politics
J.J. McCullough

2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg Care of VICE Magazine, there's a fresh crackpot theory to add to the media mix! Did you know the Harper government is actually a branch of the gay mafia? The author, who prides himself on having excellent gaydar, thinks the Harper administration is full of homosexuals. He says this in lots of silly ways -- the prime minister's cabinet "seems about as straight as an episode of Glee," for instance. It's a titillating conclusion for which he provides absolutely zero evidence.

Magazine's Suicide Photo Shoot Controversy

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 06.18.2013 | Canada Style

A Vice magazine photo shoot which depicts models posing as famous female writers who have committed suicide at the time of their deaths is causing a f...

The Anonymous Member Who Broke the Steubenville Rape Case

VICE | Posted 08.07.2013 | Canada
VICE

Yesterday, news broke that the FBI raided the home of Deric Lostutter in April. Deric is most famously known as KYAnonymous, the Anonymous operative who leaked a video where the young men who were later convicted of raping an unconscious teenager girl in Steubenville, Ohio were bragging about what they did in a disgustingly proud manner.

The War in the Gaza Strip Goes Cyber

VICE | Posted 01.19.2013 | Canada
VICE

As military strikes between Israel and Gaza continued with the deaths of 11 Palestinian civilians on Sunday, a complicated Internet battlefront has appeared. There is an unprecedentedly transparent wave of social media propaganda by both sides.

Now That I'm a Mom, I'm Less Vice and More Economist

Natalia Yanchak | Posted 11.27.2012 | Canada Music
Natalia Yanchak

Pondering the genesis of hipsterdom, I often trace it back to Vice, and the importance they laid on the concept of "cool." I mean, Vice didn't invent it, they just presented a pre-existing sub-culture in a consumable format. And yeah: back then, I understood what Vice was because I was living it. But it's not 1997. After having a kid, I was admittedly nervous about having a full-colour, glossy magazine showing stylized images of syringes, used condoms and blood-soaked models lying around the house.