Recently, a man in Memphis shared that he was brutally attacked by two creeps he met on the hook up app. Apparently, he was injected with meth [Tina] as the duo used a knife and gun to keep him under their control. While the details are still somewhat murky, the victim invited over one of the guys to his home. The victim told Memphis cops that his assailants then forced him to fork over all his valuables. The list includes two televisions, a laptop computer, and a watch.
Two Grindr Creeps Inject Man with Meth, Force Him on 4K Shopping Spree
For some gay men, 'Sexuality and experimentation and drug use became intertwined' - Chicago Tribune
It was just one of a number of party drugs at hand. Yet, within a year, it became his substance of choice. It increases sex drive, decreases inhibitions, makes you feel more confident. Both Mohning and Agosto say gay men can feel pressured to be fit, attractive and young. A national survey on drug use by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration found that gay, lesbian and bisexual people were more likely to have used illegal drugs over the past year than heterosexuals. For gay men over age 18, 4. When Hartman started using crystal meth, he was living in New York City with a good career in advertising and an active social life.
For some gay men, 'Sexuality and experimentation and drug use became intertwined'
Needless to say, these reports have created considerable alarm about the possibility of a new gay subculture that may amplify the spread of HIV and hepatitis C, and anecdotally, the large majority of gay men attending support services for drug users in London now report injecting. It asked the questions in both the section of the survey enquiring about sexual risk taking and in the section about drug use to ensure all relevant responses were captured. An extension of multivariable analysis that is used to model two or more outcomes at the same time.
When he was 30 years old, Jeffrey Zacharias led a life that could be described as enviable. He'd graduated from school with a degree in marketing. He had a steady boyfriend and a good job at Universal Music in Chicago. Yet three years later, he was unemployed and homeless, spending all of his time in and out of local jails. For me, meth made me feel like I was Superman, and I could do anything.