ecstasy

Drugs

This Is How Coke, Ecstasy and Meth Would Be Legally Sold

It's happening with cannabis. But how would a world of legal stimulants work?
Emily Goddard
11.30.18
Narcomania

The Hidden Victims of Britain's Ecstasy Deaths

Give your friend an ecstasy pill and you could find yourself in jail, against your late friend's family's wishes.
Max Daly
10.16.18
Drugs

The Differences Between British and American MDMA Users

How each great nation treats Mandy and Molly.
James Nolan
9.4.18
Drugs

This Is How Long Party Drugs Keep for

Do drugs expire? A question you will have almost certainly asked yourself, answered.
Nilu Haidari
7.19.18
Drugs

Can a Comedown Kill You?

It often feels like it can – but can it really?
David Hillier
7.17.18
Drugs

This Piece of Art Is Made Out of 4,000 Ecstasy Pills

And you could win it by entering a competition whose proceeds go towards a brilliant cause.
David Hillier
6.14.18
Safe Sesh

Inside the UK's First City Centre Drug Testing Facility

After successfully reducing drug-related harms at UK festivals, The Loop are now taking their testing facilities to city centres – starting with Bristol.
Matty Edwards
5.29.18
mental health

Here's What MDMA Did for My Anxiety That Meds Couldn't

"I don’t have an opinion on what anyone else should do, but numbing the fear was not the answer for me."
Suzannah Weiss
5.25.18
Drugs

People Told Us the Cringiest Stuff They've Done On Ecstasy

"Came up on a coach and spent some of the journey hassling the stranger next to me about wearing bowling shoes outside of an alley. They were Nike Cortez."
VICE Staff
5.23.18
Drugs

One UK Country Takes Way More Drugs Than Any Other Country in the World

And more takeaways from this year's Global Drug Survey.
David Hillier
5.9.18
Safe Sesh

This Is What Super-Strength Pills Will Do to You in the Long-Run

Ecstasy these days can be six times as strong as it was in the early-90s, and Second Summer of Love casualties already give us a lot to worry about.
David Hillier
3.1.18
Drugs

How Different Generations Lost Their Party Drug Virginity

I spoke to Boomers, original ravers, Generation Landfill and modern sesh gremlins to see how first forays into substance use have changed over the decades.
David Hillier
11.30.17
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