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Illustration by Camilla Ru. My First Time is a column and podcast series exploring sexuality, gender, and kink with the wide-eyed curiosity of a virgin. We all know your "first time" is about a lot more than just popping your cherry. From experimenting with kink to just trying something new and wild, everyone experiences thousands of first times in the bedroom—that's how sex stays fun, right? This week, we're talking to Chloe Eliot about her experiences of having sex on drugs. This interview was edited and condensed for clarity. I grew up in a Catholic family in Devon, in this really small rural town with not much going on.
You already know that smoking weed or drinking alcohol can have a serious effect on your social skills and sex life. In short, drinking makes you horny but less discerning, and smoking can make it seemingly impossible to focus. But how might your sexual experiences be affected by a harder drug, like MDMA? In a study from , Joseph Palamar, the same guy from the alcohol and weed study , took a look at how popular club drugs like cocaine and ecstasy affect sexual performance in a population of club drug-using men in New York City. For this study, Palamar and his team focused just on the gay and bisexual male community — so only male respondents gave feedback. They were all between the ages of 18 and 59, and to meet participant conditions, had to have reported at least six uses of club drugs before or during sex in the prior three months to being surveyed. In the introduction to the study that Palamar shared with Cosmpolitan. A lot of survey participants also recorded positive effects — their bodies felt warmer, and sensations were heightened.