As illegal drugs go mainstream, ‘high sex’ is increasingly becoming the credible alternative to the (often disappointing) drunken shag, as Max Daly reveals…
It’s official: sex on drugs is a thing. Rihanna has a copy of the cannabis lover’s guidebook, Sex Pot The Marijuana Lover’s Guide to Gettin’ It On by Mamakind. There’s a range of clothing emblazoned Highsex, a dating app for weed smokers called High There! and let’s not forget the marijuana-infused lube and a dildo that doubles as a bong. Meanwhile, social media is full of drug-sex references, such as #highgasm and #stonersex.
‘Sex on MDMA is intense and beautiful,’ says Kirsty, a 33-year-old teacher from Manchester. ‘Small doses of ecstasy make my head tingle and my skin feel sensitive. It’s a more sensuous experience than non-drug sex.’
A club-goer who fits her nights out around a hectic work schedule, Kirsty says having sex on ecstasy (described by