British more likely to engage in chemsex, study finds

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People in the UK are more likely to use drugs to enhance sex, compared to other countries. The Global Drug Survey, which polled more than 22,000 people, found combining drugs with sex – otherwise known as Chemsex – is common regardless of gender or sexual orientation.  The research, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, found people from the UK were the most likely to combine drugs with sex, compared with the US, other European countries, Australia and Canada.

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