Everyone's doing it. But should you really unblock that number? We asked a tarot reader, bartender and tattoo artist to lend their varied expertise to advise on whether you should crawl back to that forgotten flame.
A week abroad with your mates means more than just fish bowls for breakfast, mum. But has the cost-of-living crisis become a cost-of-partying crisis for young Brits? Or does the package holiday still provide the ultimate escape from the nine-to-five?
A new study has shown acid’s mind-altering effects on filmmaker Federico Fellini, who arguably produced some of the most important features of the 20th century and influenced many future directors in the process.
Waiting a while to text someone back is a well-known relationship power play that can induce genuine anxiety. Whether you should sack them off or simply get used to it is a delicate balancing act.
Ket therapy labs have swept the US, recreational use is more popular than ever and pop culture references are everywhere you look. Here’s how a drug once associated with delinquency and seediness became the 2020's most sought after narcotic.
It’s no secret that the rare sight of sun in the UK has us darting to a park armed with a four-pack of tinnies.
No group photos. No screenshotting innocuous conversations. No dead chat.
Podcast: Our resident drug columnist Simon Doherty joins us for a chat about opioids, Gen Z sobriety and, er, the man who took 40,000 pills.
Shy and uncertain on dates, but self-assured and experimental in bed? Into hyper-specific positions? Or is it missionary all the way? From 69 to doggy, here's what your preference actually means. Warning: may contain nuts.
Using hypnosis to intensify sexual experiences is a fairly niche and satisfying practice – when done safely and, of course, consensually. So why is it banned on so many porn sites?
Last week, Jonah Hill's ex shared text screenshots showing what appeared to be controlling behaviour. Whether that's an acceptable thing to do is a thorny question to answer.
It’s no secret that sex with an ex can be really fun, and really hot, especially when you kind of hate each other. But why is it often even better than when you were in a relationship?
“Sex recession” be damned – in England, young people’s STI results are through the roof. Is it down to more frequent testing or simply the thrills of careless sex? We asked three Gen Zers all about it.
Using a rapid scan machine, coppers tested 145 people and found 17 with traces of cocaine. How terrifying is that? Not the results, the concept.
According to Hinge, anyway. Can you make it through the early stages of romance if you're more @loveofhuns and he's more @browncardigan? Brit Dawson investigates.
From legal antidepressants being sold on the darkweb to flushing your nose out after a sesh, here are some of the safety tips, warnings and surprises our drug columnist has picked up along the way.
According to recent stats, Gen Z are leaving dates on “read” less than their millennial counterparts. But the streets tell a different story...
It’s a simpler process than you might think – and it could save you from all sorts of nasties.
A Single Man: Five nights of sun, sea and sangria ends with delayed flights, unopened condoms, and a strengthened case for dirty British music festivals.
The Taliban is clamping down on heroin production. UK experts warn this could lead to an explosion of dangerous synthetic opioids.
Arrested aged 25, whistleblower Reality Winner received the longest ever sentence for releasing intelligence to the media. Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney plays her in a stunning new film. Here, in her own words, is Winner’s story.
If you’re a drug user, you might be aware of this substance. But it won’t turn you into a “zombie” or “eat your flesh”, as the papers are claiming.
The age-old approach is doing clubbers and nightlife more harm than good.
A Single Man: Our gay sex columnist reflects on the ensuing war on queers. Honestly, the world’s got its knickers in a twist.