Scientists are homing in on biological reasons for the age-old “cannabis makes sex better” theory, though there’ll need to be plenty of further research to come.
Report’s author cautions that findings should not be misinterpreted as proof of causal link.
If you haven’t heard already, there’s a new marijuana movement growing.
Finally, one of science’s most important studies has been carried out:
Here’s the thing: When you’re writing about pot-infused products aimed at making sex more fun, there’s going to be nervous laughter and possibly blushing.
“I need you to review this lube.”
I have a strong preference for dating cannabis enthusiasts.
All bodies deserve pleasure.
"I know some of you consider yourselves hardcore tokers; otherwise, you wouldn't be reading this [particular book]. I’d bet my best Nepalese Temple and benwa balls that some of you are hardcore sex monkeys, too. It's amazing how often these attributes go hand-in-hand…"
It's recently come to my attention that certain factions of the legalization movement are boycotting THC-related events that allow synthetic "marijuana-substitutes" to display their wares, or have scantily clad "nurses" representing businesses purporting to be medical in nature. This is ridiculous and goes against every tenet of anti-prohibitionism I hold dear.