I agree, getting high on dope the sex is much much better. I feel more relaxed and “receptive” and the sensation of touch are amazing. I’ve had the best sex and ejaculations ever only when stoned. Vaughan
i was reading a discussion on some website discussing the strange occurrence of cannabis smokers wanting to worship cock when high. One bloke wrote ‘I’m quite a hardcore pothead, I feel very heterosexual, i am very attracted to girls and not at all to men when sober, but when I get high I just want to gently touch a big cock. He asked if anyone else happened to have the same effects? He said that it was just curiosity, not that it really bothers him since he was still attracted to girls while high, but that he sometimes feel weirded by male friends with whom he don’t usually feel attracted to. He was wondering if he was bisexual or highly sexual. I personally think he is neithert. I’ve spend a couple of hours thinking about a word that would describe a man cannabis smokers wanting to worship cock when high. I had to dig deep into my ancient knowledge, butt, I did find one, TANTRICK, (as in Mouth Congress)
Hi, interesting article. I’m a normally straight guy who, when stoned, prefers to masturbate to gay porn. And when both single and high I am much more inclined to visit a sauna and experiment. Email if you’d like to know more. Kingsol
The US government has thrown its weight behind the earth-shattering claims that cannabis can cure cancer. Health researchers for the US government claim that the active ingredients in cannabis – can inhibit the illness by causing cell death and blocking key blood vessels needed by tumours to grow. They say studies in mice and rats show cannabinoids may be able to kill cancer cells – while still protecting normal cells. Key chemical ingredients in marijuana were found effective in fighting against colon cancer, liver cancer, breast cancer and several other forms of the disease. It was also suggested that cannabis can boost the effectiveness of chemotherapy – without any of the nasty side effects. Commenting on the research London based Philosopher, Mr Cox, said, obviously prevention is better than the cure.