Taking ice and having sex is known as chemsex, party and play or PnP, and it's part of a growing subculture in Australia. Alex Bartzis did not want to take the drug crystal methamphetamine the first time. He was young and it was injected into him by other men. Eventually he started using it more often and almost always for sexual encounters. You associate it so strongly with sex," he said. Chemsex was the focus of a recent VICE documentary following the lives of gay men in London, and it is a subculture that has been growing in Australia over the past two years.
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M iguel was in the middle of a three-day sex and drug binge when he looked at Grindr and saw an advert asking for people to participate in a film about sex and drug binges. And with that Miguel became one of the central storylines of the new documentary feature Chemsex. And this comes almost a decade after chemsex caused some arguments in the gay community itself, inspiring sadness, attrition, blame and confusion. Chemsex is identified in the film as the habit of engaging in weekend-long parties fuelled by sexually disinhibiting drugs, such as crystal meth, GHB, GBL and mephedrone. These parties involve multiple people and are mostly facilitated online.
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