Personal stories on consent, gender, and sexual violence against women in psychedelic communities

Personal stories on consent, gender, and sexual violence against women in psychedelic communities

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Psychedelic Ethics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Katherine MacLean
November 13, 2018
I have been deeply disappointed and angry at both men and women in our community who would rather sweep these experiences under the rug and avoid all criticisms that could make it harder for the mainstream to “accept” us and our drugs of choice.
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Get up, stand up, speak up

Katie Stone
November 13, 2018
Time stops as his open palm continues toward me, meeting my stomach with force, pushing me back several steps before releasing me.
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Psychedelic Ethics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Katherine MacLean
November 13, 2018
I have been deeply disappointed and angry at both men and women in our community who would rather sweep these experiences under the rug and avoid all criticisms that could make it harder for the mainstream to “accept” us and our drugs of choice.
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Get up, stand up, speak up

Katie Stone
November 13, 2018
Time stops as his open palm continues toward me, meeting my stomach with force, pushing me back several steps before releasing me.

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It’s time to debunk prohibitionist narratives and calls for monopolies within psychedelic science

David Nickles
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As venture-capital-backed, for-profit companies barrel into psychedelic therapy, the potential for the widespread privatization of psychedelic knowledge and profits looms large. Some researchers are so enthusiastic about medicalization by “any means necessary” that they’re resorting to prohibitionist historical narratives and calling for monopolies to push the agenda forward.

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Its-time-to-debunk-prohibitionist-narratives-and-calls-for-monopolies-within-psychedelic-science-2

It’s time to debunk prohibitionist narratives and calls for monopolies within psychedelic science

David Nickles
Oct 25
As venture-capital-backed, for-profit companies barrel into psychedelic therapy, the potential for the widespread privatization of psychedelic knowledge and profits looms large. Some researchers are so enthusiastic about medicalization by “any means necessary” that they’re resorting to prohibitionist historical narratives and calling for monopolies to push the agenda forward.

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LSD Cured My Eating Disorder

Adeline Fox
As a teenager, I was taking ten milligrams of Ritalin daily. Later, I grew to love the way these pills made it easier for me not to eat.

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A multi-part series, explores everything from iboga's traditional Bwiti use in Gabon, Africa, to its ability to treat opioid addiction and withdrawal, to its safety and very real risks.

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