Cannabis and Sex

During World Cannabis Week when thousands of tourists visited Colorado, local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies conducted operations to curb sex trafficking and exploitation, which resulted in the recovery of five children and the arrests of nine adults for trafficking and 26 adults for prostitution. Many other adults being trafficked were contacted and offered […]

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A common question I get asked when talking about sex and cannabis is whether cannabis has an effect on erections. It’s a somewhat common concern, but don’t let it get inside your head (so to speak). The science around cannabis and erections is inconclusive at best, with one study suggesting the following finding: “…frequency of […]

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The legalization of weed is great for many Americans, but it’s particularly great for Americans with vaginas—who, for too many years, have been deprived of pot’s health benefits. For centuries, women turned to cannabis to treat symptoms of PMS, improve their sex lives, and reduce anxiety. But since the United States criminalized marijuana in the […]

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The sex “tech” industry is worth roughly $15 billion. Medical marijuana, or legal marijuana sales are estimated to reach $6.7 billion in 2016. Marijuana is widely known and most people wouldn’t need a pamphlet to understand marijuana. Or it’s budding legalization movement. But what about the sex tech industry? Sex tech is technology designed to […]

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  Obviously, nobody reading this needs to have ‘cannabis’ explained to them, but just in case you’re wondering exactly what I mean by ‘sextech’ – sextech is technology, and technology-driven ventures, designed to enhance, innovate and disrupt in every area of human sexuality and human sexual experience. And the cannabis and sextech industries have a whole […]

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Gender is fluid. There are cisgender people, transgender people, gender nonconforming people, genderqueer people, agender people…the possibilities are endless. You can find a helpful primer on gender terminology on GLAAD’s website. All of these gender identities are normal and should be celebrated, not scorned or shamed. As Scarleteen, a sexuality resource for teens, explains, “Gender […]

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