Gay men use drugs for a wide variety of reasons: peer pressure, feelings of shame around their sexuality, depression, or simply because they enjoy it or want to experiment. In the UK, the rise of chemsex parties and GHB-use has been linked to a rise in a number of drug-related overdoses and deaths. Many men use these substances safely. Others become addicted and find their drug use out of control. Others suffer ill health or overdose, sometimes putting their lives at risk. Here are the party drugs most commonly used by gay men in tandem with sex below.
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The sexual sensations become much more intense; even having your arm or back touched out can give your whole body an intense sensation. Sometimes we might take half a pill [ecstasy tablet] with it. Clinicians have warned that taking more than one drug at once can be particularly dangerous, although the most hazardous drug to mix with GHB, by far, is alcohol. We sat him down, made sure he was breathing, and got him water. Some GHB users, along with a number of professionals and campaigners working in the area of drugs and sexual health, have expressed concern that stigmatising users of the drug, or condemning their consumption, could lead to situations where emergency services are not called when someone needs urgent medical attention. There is a core group of six or seven, and we might meet once a month but then, come Sunday, we sit and chat.
It makes a lot of sense that some men like being pegged aka, having a woman enter them using a strap-on dildo. Guys have a prostate—commonly known as the male G-spot —which is a walnut-sized gland inches inside the anus. The prostate is full of nerve endings, and the right kind of stimulation can lead to powerful, full-body orgasms. Enjoying prostate stimulation has nothing to do with being straight, gay, or bisexual—it's simple human anatomy. But why do women like pegging men?
More than 22, people took part in the Global Drug Survey's research into substance-linked sex. Researchers say understanding people's drug use is important so that messages about the harm they can cause can be targeted to the way people live their lives. The report states that people from the UK are most likely to have combined drugs such as cocaine, MDMA and mephedrone with sex. It describes the Brit's use of mephedrone - also known as meow meow - with sex as "particularly striking".