Sex while on extacee

For many people, taking illegal drugs is a method of escaping reality; of seeing, feeling, and thinking differently; and of exploring the world they know from an altered perspective. The prospect of such an experience is especially enticing to young people, and substance use is often closely associated with clubs, concerts, parties, and other venues frequented by adolescents and young adults. Ecstasy in particular tends to provide the experience they seek, and in its years of existence it has become one of the most popular and widely used illegal substances in the world. Users may experience spikes in energy levels, increased mood and happiness, and the desire to be social and interact closely with the people around them.
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MDMA and sexual behavior: ecstasy users' perceptions about sexuality and sexual risk

You already know that smoking weed or drinking alcohol can have a serious effect on your social skills and sex life. In short, drinking makes you horny but less discerning, and smoking can make it seemingly impossible to focus. But how might your sexual experiences be affected by a harder drug, like MDMA? In a study from , Joseph Palamar, the same guy from the alcohol and weed study , took a look at how popular club drugs like cocaine and ecstasy affect sexual performance in a population of club drug-using men in New York City. For this study, Palamar and his team focused just on the gay and bisexual male community — so only male respondents gave feedback. They were all between the ages of 18 and 59, and to meet participant conditions, had to have reported at least six uses of club drugs before or during sex in the prior three months to being surveyed.
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Young adults report differing sexual effects from alcohol, marijuana, and ecstasy

The findings, published in the journal Psychology and Sexuality , suggest that different substances are therefore associated with different sexual risks for users. Alcohol, marijuana, and ecstasy also known as MDMA, or Molly when in powder form are among the most prevalent substances used by young adults. While there has been extensive research on substance use as a factor that leads to risky sexual behavior, few studies have focused on specific sexual effects of different substances. In this study, the researchers surveyed young adults ages 18 to 25 entering electronic dance music EDM parties at nightclubs and dance festivals in New York City to examine and compare self-reported sexual effects associated with use of alcohol, marijuana, and ecstasy.
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