Part three in our ongoing series on gay men and meth reveals some meth user experiences that reinforce and challenge conventional thinking about the drug.
Studies show that meth harms fewer people than other drugs, so why is the gay community so focused on meth and how does that skew our discussions around it?
Meth use in the gay community has continued despite repeated campaigns against it, but what accounts for its popularity, and what can be done to stop it?
Infamous “Club Kid Killer” Michael Alig was arrested last week for trespassing and smoking crystal meth, reports The Daily News. This (obviously) isn’t the first time Alig has been in the headlines. In 1996, he pleaded guilty to the murder of his drug dealer, Andre “Angel” Melendez. He served 17 […]
Meth use is on the rise in NYC, but while one report blames a lack of anti-meth campaigns, the purity of the drug may be a contributing factor.