Left unchallenged, it's only going to negatively impact the lives of many more gay men.
Many of the world's most popular drugs took off in gay clubs, but it looks like the days of gay men being "early adopters" of new psychoactive substances are numbered.
Anti-drug campaigns make meth bugs look like the benchmark for addiction, but the truth is that you don't need meth to see them, and some meth addicts never do.
The idea that one toke on a crack pipe destroys your life is popular, but it contradicts what we know about brain chemistry.
How an experimental asthma remedy became one of the world's most feared drugs.
We had a chat with Norman Ohler, whose latest book, Der Totale Rausch, explains the story behind the Nazis' "performance enhancing" drug habits.
An interview with a young woman in England who found a baggie of hard drugs in her bag after a night out and had no idea what do next.
Australian police are reporting more ice seizures and drug lab closures than ever. But that's not making the drug any harder to get.
Would the economy benefit? What about public health? Would xenophobia stop because everyone would be too busy telling each other they're the best friend they've ever had?
It's cheap, works wonders in a brawl, and it used to be distributed to Nazi troops during WWII.
We called up the survey's founder and director Adam Winstock to discuss his key findings, insights, and some of the most interesting facts revealed in his mass of drug data from recent years.
This is how the United Kingdom would be taking drugs if the law had anything to do with how harmful they actually are.
Compelling as the show is, I'm not sure it's compelling in a way that will make people actually want to do crystal meth.
Oct 28, 2014
The numbers used to prove Australia is in an ice epidemic don't prove that at all.
Calling methamphetamine use an 'epidemic' is a misuse of language; it's a deceptive metaphor. Ebola, an actual epidemic, is not contracted voluntarily.
Oct 22, 2014
While young Australians are taking it up, the legislation around its management is laid out by older people. So what do they know about it?
"HydroBlowBack" was the deep web's most prolific drug reviewer.
In 2005, meth was a cheap alternative to the pricier drugs on the market, and it wasn't a crowded field. It was a new phenomenon for Lebanon.
Meth and moonshine have drawn comparisons before, but in Appalachia, an area where moonshine once reigned, the local culture and customs may have helped the meth trade thrive.
A new report details how the Hermit Kingdom produced and sold some pretty primo Walter White-style crystal around the world for decades. Even though official meth manufacturing has scaled back since 2005, the study claims, domestic use has skyrocketed.
The first thing I notice about Lavender Hill is how the cops drive in convoys and everyone holds their Glocks close. My brother, a South African Police Service cop who visited Rwanda after the genocide, calls Lavender Hill the worst place on Earth.
If you do club drugs you might be OK, but you might get "ketamine bladder," "cartoon vision," turn psychotic, and have to constantly sip on industrial solvent or risk going into a coma from withdrawal.
Weeklong, unprotected "slamming parties" fueled by intravenous doses of crystal methamphetamine are an increasing feature of London's gay sex-party scene. They are known to a small but rapidly expanding section of London's gay community. They are covertly…
A new drug called sisa is tearing its way through Athens' poor.