All illustrations by Carly Jean Andrews.
Anal Ecstasy Girls 1 (1993)
You name the drug, and girls says they love having sex on [it]. If you've ever spent any time in a club, on the internet, or at walking on a nude beach, you know Johnson's onto something. Most of humanity likes to get freaky. And from the moment we figured out how to burn, ferment, or otherwise synthesize mind-altering substances, from alcohol to cocaine to LSD, we've found ways to incorporate them into our sex anal, expanding and refining the raw pleasures that come with having sex.
Given how long—and often—humans have mixed drugs and sex, you'd think we'd understand the two pretty well by now. But as Johnson—who runs clinical trials testing ecstacy effects on human behavior—can attest, drugs affect us all a little differently.
Some have a direct pharmacological impact on the way we experience the world, while others affect our brains so dramatically that their impact on sex is a total crapshoot.
Anal Ecstacy Girls Vol. 2
They can open us to ecstacy ecstasy or lead us to make risky, dangerous decisions that can negatively impact our health and the well-being of our partners. They can even play a disturbingly crucial role in the sexual assaults that happen all too often across America.
And these effects get even more complex and unpredictable the more you mix different types of drugs together. It's important that you have some information on what you're getting into before you jump into the sack or a bathroom stall with a baggie full of something.
To help you out, we've trawled through drug enthusiast forums, combed over what limited studies exist, and consulted as many people—from casual tokers to psychonauts, from amateur enthusiasts to doctors and psychiatrists—as we could to put together girls rundown of all the info that's out there about humping high on drugs. Booze is probably the most anal used drug for initiating or enhancing sex.