Chemsex, Party-and-play, high-and-horny, chillouts – whatever you call it, we want to know more
Gay Star News and Blued are carrying out the first global survey about LGBTI people’s use of drugs for sex.
We call it chemsex. But you may call it ‘party-and-play’ or ‘high-and-horny’ or ‘HnH’. And it appears to be spreading.
But there’s a lot we still don’t know and that’s why we need your help.
How big is it really? Has the media hyped it up? Are you taking drugs for sex regularly and it’s not impacting your life? Or do those stories of guys dying after taking G hide an even bigger problem – of addiction and health risks?
What’s really going on? We need to know more.
Our survey can’t be 100% scientific. That’s impossible. But we want to take a global snapshot and use the results to spark debate.
By doing that, we believe we will empower people.
The survey is open to everyone – whatever their gender or sexuality. You don’t have to have a chemsex ‘problem’ or ‘story’ to take part. We need a broad picture.
We are only asking eight quick questions about chemsex (written with help from global experts). So it will only take you a few minutes.
You can do it here:
Our survey has been created by Gay Star News in partnership with Blued.
(photo credit: Peccadillo Pictures/ Chemsex)
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