Fisting: A General Introduction – Drugs Part I

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FISTING & DRUGS, but first:

I’m strong against the use of or using drugs. 
Still I think it is necessary to tell and write about it in my blog. 
Today even more than before, 
yes it is true, even in the 80’s drugs were comment in the hard scene but not like what I see now a days.
No I’m not a saint I tried also things in the past, 
like my mother said always: 
“do not have an opinion about something if you do not know what it is or does”
Even when she wasn’t of course talking about drugs. LOL
But you hang around with friends and you do not want to be left out.
So I did and it didn’t have any effect on me, because i am already hyperactif from nature.
and you know people still like me and think I’m cool. 
SO SAY NO AGAINST DRUGS.

My opinion is you have better sex/sessions without drugs, you are completely into the game with mind and body and you will undergoing the real feeling of fisting, the sensations you didn’t even know they existed.
I play with guys and ask them to try it without drugs and see how it goes. Now there are some guys smiling reading this, I know. Yes! For those who know me I have very big hands, but if you are comfortable and have trust in the person you will have a ffucking great time and the size won’t play a big rule. The result of it they go totally wild and when the session is over they can’t not get over it about what they felt. Or let it put it in their words: “wow, this is what fisting really is, I never felt this way it is mind blowing”. 

Like I said I know the reality is otherwise. For this reason I want to write about it, so I will give some facts concerning the use of drugs in the Fist world. Drugs are used in the Fist community because it helps you to get over certain limits like pain or getting into a higher dimension so you can block of some of those daily thoughts.

NO ADVICES BUT FACTS. 
Because like I said I do NOT promote drugs.

In our community you will find all kind of drugs and some of you don’t even know what it does to you.
So with the help of my partner, friends and Wikipedia, I will try to explain.

Many sexual activities have side effects on people’s concentration and these activities include (hand practice and secretion of your sperm) the attraction towards people (male and female) happens because of the atmosphere you have around you and the environment. Many drugs, both legal and illegal, have side effects which impact on the user’s sexual functions. For example, the side effect of many legal antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs is the reduction of sexual desire.
Some drugs, such as cocaine, crystal and MDMA, increase sensual and erotic sensations, though both may inhibit sexual intercourse itself by causing temporary erectile dysfunctions.

Other drugs, such as alcohol, are notorious for being used to render unknowing victims unconscious or severely sedated and thus easy targets for sexual predators.
Perhaps the most common drug used is alcohol. At low concentrations of blood alcohol, social inhibitions are reduced, though in higher concentrations it can also inhibit performance. Many other drugs also inhibit sexual performance.

Tobacco use (e.g., cigarette smoking), also reduces sexual function, with the incidence of impotence being approximately 85 percent higher in male smokers compared to non-smokers.

A few drugs can actually increase sexual performance when used to treat erectile dysfunction. These include sildenafil (marketed as Viagra) and tadalafil. Bremelanotide appears to affect sexual desire directly, making it the first scientifically recognized aphrodisiac. This is also true of Melanotan II which bremelanotide is based upon. Additionally, the alkyl nitrites (poppers) have a long history of use as a sexual enhancement aid, going back about fifty years. According to the text “ISOBUTYL NITRITE and Related Compounds”, many researchers agree that the alkyl nitrites may be a true aphrodisiac in the sense of promoting and enhancing sexual response.

Hard and soft drugs are terms to distinguish between psychoactive drugs that are addictive and perceived as especially damaging and drugs that are believed to be non-addictive (or minimally addictive) and with fewer dangers associated with their use. The term “soft drug” (marihuana, alcohol, cigarettes & caffeine) is considered controversial by its critics because it implies that the drug causes no or insignificant harm.
The distinction between soft drugs and hard drugs is important in the drug policy of the Netherlands, but totally different as the American (USA) or British (UK) drug policy.

Designer drugs are drugs that are created (or marketed, if they had already existed) to avoid the provisions of existing drug laws, usually by preparing analogs or derivatives of existing drugs by modifying their chemical structure to varying degrees, or less commonly by finding drugs with entirely different chemical structures that produce similar subjective effects to illegal recreational drugs.

Drugs, medicinal and recreational, can be taken in a number of ways. Many drugs can be administered in a variety of ways rather than just one.

  • Bolus or medicine, a bolus (from Latin bolus, ball) is the administration of a medication
  • Inhaled, (breathed into the lungs), as an aerosol or dry powder. (This includes smoking a substance)
  • Injected as a solution, suspension or emulsion either: intramuscular, intravenous,intraperitoneal,    intraosseous.
  • Insufflation, or snorted into the nose.
  • Orally, as a liquid or solid, that is absorbed through the intestines.
  • Rectally as a suppository, that is absorbed by the rectum or colon.
  • Sublingually, diffusing into the blood through tissues under the tongue.
  • Topically, usually as a cream or ointment. A drug administered in this manner may be given to act locally or systemically. 
  • Vaginally as a suppository, primarily to treat vaginal infections.
SEX & DRUGS

A big difference between how gay men use drugs compared to straight people is that we’re much more likely to use them during sex.

What drugs can add to sex
Drugs, including alcohol, can make us feel more sexually confident or sexier in general — using steroids to build an impressive body is an example. They can improve our sexual performance and give us added stamina for longer sex sessions, where you don’t need to stop for food or sleep as much. Some have an aphrodisiac quality (they make us horny), others can become so linked in our minds with sex that we feel more ‘up for it’ just by taking them.

Chems, flirting and fucking
Lots of chems lower our inhibitions. We might make a move on someone we wouldn’t feel able to if we were sober, or be more sexually adventurous than we’d otherwise be.  Some drugs can heighten our body’s sensitivity, making sex more ‘touchy feely’. How we feel when we come can be enhanced, with it feeling like an ‘all over’ or ‘total body’ orgasm, instead of being just centred on the dick. Some drugs are used because they help with certain sex acts. Poppers relax the arse sphincter when fucking or fisting. Ketamine relaxes arse muscles too, and is used for fisting. Some drugs such as ketamine, speed, and crystal act as pain killers, especially when put directly on the arse hole. This lets men have rougher sex – and for longer.
But rougher and longer sex means there is more chance your skin will get sore or cut either inside the body or on the skin of cock and arse. This makes it easier for HIV to get out of one body and into another. Rougher, longer fucking also puts added stress on condoms. Rubbers are more likely to break after around 30 minutes, so a fresh one will be needed or at least check regularly that it’s still in one piece. Drugs and booze can also be a way of blotting out things that are bothering us, maybe deep seated issues about how we feel about ourselves, our sexuality and how we relate to others.

So there are a lot of drugs, i will explain some of the most comment ones used in our scene: Alcohol, Poppers, Viagra, Cocaine, Methamphetamime/Crystal meth, Ecstasy (MDMA), Marijuana/cannabis, GHB and GBL, Ketamine, Speed, Mephedrone & LCD…
etc. etc.


Alcohol 
is also known as booze or drink, in America it’s called liquor and in Australia grog.
Booze is the oldest and most widely used drug in the World. It’s a mood changing drug and a depressant but in small doses it acts as a stimulant.

Highs and lows:
Alcohol heightens your mood, making you happier or more affectionate if you feel that way already. It can relax you, lower your inhibitions, and make you more sociable and confident. If your mood is low, alcohol can make it lower, and it’s well known for causing aggression. When booze lowers your inhibitions, it can put you at risk of harm and affect your judgement.
Because it’s a depressant, alcohol slows down your body’s reactions, causing slurred speech, lack of co-ordination, blurred vision, sleepiness or passing out. Other unwelcome effects are throwing up and dehydration — not having enough water in the body is the main cause of hangovers. Higher doses cause blackouts where you can’t remember what happened, and very high doses can lead to alcohol poisoning, which can kill.

Sex and alcohol

  • Lower inhibitions, feeling horny and more confident.
  • Feeling less uptight, more affectionate, more sexually assertive and experimental.
  • Difficulty getting hard and coming.
  • Heavy drinkers can have loss of sex drive and be unable to get hard.
  • Effects on your judgement can increase risk taking during sex and make getting or passing on HIV more likely.
  • Less control over the kind of sex you have or forgetting what kind of sex you’ve had.

Poppers 
are also known as amyl, butyl, isobutyl nitrite, amyl (especially in Australia, where it’s pronounced ‘ammul’), ‘aromas’, ‘liquid incense’ and by brand names like Liquid Gold and Rush. They’re often wrongly called ‘nitrates’, which are similar, but different, chemicals.
Poppers are a liquid made from chemicals from the alkyl nitrite family. The name comes from the days when they came in glass capsules that popped when broken open. Due to a change in the law which outlawed isobutyl nitrite in 2007, poppers on sale in the UK are now made with isopropyl nitrite. In other European country’s recently the Laws was changed again and in mostly all of these country’s it is forbidden now.

Highs and lows:
Seconds after breathing them in, poppers cause a rush of blood to your head, your heart beats fast and your muscles relax (including the sphincter muscle in your arse hole). For a few minutes you can feel an excited, light-headed feeling. Poppers can be used on the dance floor too, to boost the effects of music and lights. Headaches are the main side effect of the drug. Poppers spilt on the skin causes burns which go in a few days. Wash poppers off with water straight away but get medical help if they get in your eyes.
In some people, poppers cause dizziness or fainting. Some people have reported vision problems with the new forumla poppers sold after 2007 but sight returns to normal if use of poppers stops.


Sex on poppers

  • can increase risk of HIV transmission due to: lower inhibitions making unsafe sex more likely, possible increased blood supply to arse making bleeding more likely; may weaken immune system for a short time increasing the chance of getting an infection.

Viagra 
is also known as sildenafil or sildenafil citrate. There are other erection drugs similar to Viagra, such as Cialis (tadalafil) and Levitra (vardenafil). ‘Generic Viagra’ is an almost identical version of the drug but it’s not sold under these well known brand names. One well known generic version is Kamagra. The information here is true for both Viagra and the other types of erection drugs. They work by increasing the flow of blood to the dick, giving a harder, longer lasting hard-on. Effects last around four hours. Cialis tends to last longer (up to one or two days for some men).




Highs and lows:
Viagra offers a quick fix for many men with erection problems, whether the cause is physical or psychological. Men with no real problems getting hard use these drugs too, to boost their sexual performance, especially if they are on chems that make getting erections difficult. Side effects can be a blocked nose, headache, a red face and chest, upset stomach or short-lived slight changes in vision. They’re less likely to work if you’re anxious or your hard-on difficulties have a physical cause like diabetes, circulation or prostate problems. Rare side effects include blindness, stroke, heart attack or death but this is more likely to happen to older men or those who have existing health problems, especially if they’re already on nitrate-based drugs for a heart condition.


Sex on Viagra
  • may cause less sensitivity in the penis
  • can make orgasm more difficult


In part II, 
we will try to tell you more about different kinds and 
the effects in combanation with sex
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