the earthwise issue
tao lin wants to take you on a trip
Tao Lin’s novel Taipei was the defining chronicle of nihilstic youth in the 2010s. After a five year gap his new book, Trip, is an exploration of psychedelic drugs, their benefits and his quest to feel less depressed.
16 ways being 16 has changed
“Your generation had those really thin over-plucked eyebrows, now it’s cool to to just shave your eyebrows off.”
the unlikely story behind 'd.a.r.e to keep kids off drugs' t-shirts
The D.A.R.E. program tried to warn kids about the consequences of drug use, but accidentally produced a cult T-shirt.
online drug sales have tripled since the closure of silk road
According to a new study, interventions have done little to stymy the dark web industry.
remi’s new video ‘substance therapy’ warns against partying until you feel better
On his latest track the Melbourne musician explores his relationship with drugs, depression and what happens when you mix the two.
welcome to a new age of australian activism
Sex, drugs and mental health—meet the young Australians fighting for your rights.
teens are buying drugs on instagram finds unsurprising new report
Dealers are turning social media apps into lucrative digital drug houses, with Tinder and Instagram being particularly popular platforms.
photographing nimbin’s teen mums
Photographer Raphaela Rosella wanted to highlight the judgement and prejudice that young mothers in her home town face.
that adorable stoned sloth was super expensive
To be fair, we'd pay to see a South American mammal wear pants.
police are calling for the end of the rainbow serpent festival
After making over 40 drug arrests during the weekend long festival, the authorities say the party is over.
how do we take drugs now?
What drugs do people take, how often and where do they buy them? We meet Dr Adam Winstock, the Consultant Addiction Psychiatrist behind the annual Global Drug Survey, to discover the changing patterns of drug use today.
gaspar noé compares love to hard drugs
In a new interview, the director explains how his sexual 3D odyssey ‘Love’ is a lot like getting stoned.