Q: What kind of advice would you give to young queer people who are still trying to figure it out and aren’t getting the support they need from their family or friends? A: Find spaces where you feel comfortable expressing the fact that you may want to have different pronouns. Maybe that’s with your family and friends, or with your family *or* friends. The internet is a great place that has a strong queer community. When I was coming up in my queerness, Tumblr was *it*. I don’t use it much anymore because I kind of found my community within my city where we had a youth center, more like a youth LGBT+ group, that I went to that was open. So that’s kind of where I had my come up. — Salwa, 20, Connecticut (she/her, they/them) (📷: @mxalyzaenriquez) Share your own pride stories using the hashtag #vicepride.
New York is closer than ever to legalizing recreational weed. Read more at VICE.com. 📸: Eduardo MunozAlvarez/VIEWpress/Corbis via Getty Images.
@champagnepapi’s “I’m Upset” video was the non-response to @kingpush that the pop star needed to change the narrative, helping him dodge a bullet despite the fact that he hid a damn child. A whole-ass child. Allegedly. Head to noisey.vice.com to read how Drake, once again, nailed the timing. Via @noisey.