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I have always enjoyed sex while on many psychedelic drugs, especieally shrooms, MDA and Peyote/mescaline and on acid especially for 8-10 hours or longer and sometimes people on the internet belittle me for it and other times the question of how great sex is on and shrooms pops up in various forums on the interent.
It was a letter about an experienceon between my wife and I on outr first level 8 Trip together, culminating in four hours of orgasms for her while on shrooms, a long-hand-written (18 pages or so) to Sasha Shulfgin which introoduced me to him.
While Tim Leary talked about this subject in the 1960s of how you had an orgasm which was the most beautiful natural euphoric feeling in the whole world to experience experience, but Leary went one step further by saying that to feel really great would be to experience that orgasm while on LSD then the feelingt would be increased ten thousand times. Many laughed at Leary for saying this, however, at Millbrook, Leary was known for hsi wild parties of women and LSD and Sex. That is what he loved about the acid.
Well I have always loved that feeling on many psychedelics. Here now is a conference on that very subject.
SEX AND DRUGS
Join us on Saturday, April 26 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm at the SF LGBT Community Center (1800 Market Street @ Octavia, Room 400, course #2002B-051) to discuss the topic of Sex and Drugs. How do various chemicals affect our sexuality--biologically, psychologically, and spiritually? Why the big taboos around both sex and mind-altering drugs, and why do people often link them together? Can psychoactive substances teach us about sex, and vice versa? We will look at how commonly used prescription drugs, recreational substances, as well as herbal and nutritional supplements, affect sexual desire, performance, and one's psychological perception of the sexual experience. This workshop is open to all genders.
Instructors include Annie Sprinkle (http://www.anniesprinkle.org ), David Jay Brown (http://www.levity.com/mavericks ), and Sylvia Thyssen (http://www.shamanatrix.org/sylvia ). Sylvia will cover "dose, set and setting," and where to find reliable information about the effects of specific psychoactive plants and drugs. David will discuss how pleasure centers operate in the brain, and how natural brain chemicals alter our consciousness during sex. Annie will contribute a sexological perspective. They'll examine how tranquilizers, opiates, antidepressants, smart drugs, stimulants and psychedelics can affect sex. They will share their personal experiences and cover safety guidelines for combining sex and drugs.
Several guest speakers will also make presentations. Drug historian Michael Horowitz will talk about the women, sex and drugs theme in his book *Sisters of the Extreme*. WAMM co-founder and medical marijuana activist Valerie Corral will make a presentation on "courting death as a lover." Sex and culture researcher Margaret Wade will speak about the sexual visions that commonly occur with ayahuasca. Other surprise guest speakers may join us as well. This is an event that you will truly not want to miss!