club drugs

11.9.17

Here's How Queer Nightlife Is Addressing a Rise in GHB Use

By some measures, use of and overdose on the drug is on the rise. But stigmatizing users is the wrong response.

4.11.17

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Microdosing

In the first installment of our new column on drugs and nightlife, we spoke to an expert about the benefits of taking tiny quantities of acid.

3.15.17

Club Drugs Are Having a Moment

Here are five that have made their way into the hearts of medical researchers.

7.19.16

Why You Sometimes Get Horrifying Night Terrors After Doing Too Much Molly

Night terrors and sleep paralysis can be a terrifying effect of a sustained MDMA binge. Broadly finds out why your brain punishes you sometimes for all the narcotic fun you’ve been having.

5.18.16

We Go to a Drug-Free Rave on Today's 'Daily VICE'

In an attempt to bring the focus back to the music, some club organizers have started to create drug-free rave nights based on positivity and community.

1.19.16

How the Drug Trade in British Clubs Has Changed for the Millennial Generation

Tracking how the trade of drugs in clubs has shifted over the past 20 years in the UK.

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11.30.15

We Asked a Panel of Experts How They Would Tackle the Issues Around Chemsex

Left unchallenged, it's only going to negatively impact the lives of many more gay men.

10.26.15

A History of GHB, the Club Drug at the Center of London's Serial Killer Case

It's the Jekyll and Hyde of recreational drugs: Take the right dose and its euphoric; take a milligram too much and it becomes deadly.

9.25.15

The Founder of a 'Club Drug Clinic' on the Dangers of the Stuff You Put Into Your Body Every Weekend

A couple of years ago, we spoke with the founder of London's Club Drug Clinic. We checked in again recently and found out he's got all sorts of new issues to contend with.

7.23.14

The Sad Demise of Nancy Lee, One of Britain's Ketamine Casualties

When Nancy starting using the drug regularly it left her stuck in a teenage world from which she was never able to escape. The 23-year-old is one of a growing number to die slowly and horribly due to K abuse.