Filed under Other

Are Psychedelic Drugs the Answer to Veterans’ PTSD?

Are Psychedelic Drugs the Answer to Veterans’ PTSD?

In 2014, former British Para Keith Abraham flew to Peru to see if he could cure his PTSD with a dose of the psychedelic drug, ayahuasca. He returned a changed man and is now on a mission to extend access to other members of the armed forces and beyond. (Men’s Health) Continue reading

Lovely Chaps

Lovely Chaps

The macho world of Wild West cowboys is given a queer makeover by America’s gay rodeo scene. I travel to Las Vegas to find out how it all began 45 years ago and why this September’s BigHorn Rodeo will be more loved-up than ever. (Vera) Continue reading

The Transformer

The Transformer

Terry Notary is Hollywood’s go-to movement guru, instrumental in the creation of everything from Avatar’s Na’vi to The Call of the Wild’s dog. He tells me his chameleonic secrets. (Empire) Continue reading

Ama Lou

Ama Lou

North-London native Ama Lou talks writing her own story, sneaking into open mic nights and embracing the unknown. (Notion) Continue reading

The History Boy

The History Boy

Andrew Bird tells me how answering Patti Smith’s political call to arms was pivotal to the creation of My Finest Work Yet. (The Line of Best Fit) Continue reading

Émir Shiro Uncensored

Émir Shiro Uncensored

From an unassuming French city, a rising young artist is taunting the bots of Instagram in an effort to normalize (and rethink) nudity. Good news: He’s getting away with it. (Playboy) Continue reading

The new wave

The new wave

There are several reasons why Sri Lanka has come from nowhere to top every surfer’s wish list – and only one is to do with the amazing breaks. (Atlas by Etihad) Continue reading

Model villages

Model villages

The spirit of peace and love lives on in a few special places across Europe. I share the five big ideas behind these tiny utopias. (Easyjet Traveller) Continue reading