Sex on crack is somewhat of an urban legend. Anecdotal stories, firsthand experiences, media caricatures and other sources of lore draw a picture of mind-blowing sex while on the drug, leading many to experiment with the combination. While there is a lot of fact to all these representations, there are also some myths that get included in the stories.
Crack cocaine is a potent drug that can cause addiction after only one hit. Thousands of people nationwide struggle with an addiction to this powerful drug. Call Now.
It's no secret that crack cocaine carries a stigma. While casual pot-smoking and cocaine use are tolerated in college dorms and clubs, crack cocaine is often considered to be on a different level -- a "hard" drug, like heroin. Few well-off people would casually do, or suggest trying crack cocaine, and if they did, they'd likely get a litany of concerned responses from friends.
Cocaine is renowned for its addictive nature. But it also has the common side effect of being an aphrodisiac. Sex on cocaine drug is supposedly more fulfilling due to the euphoria felt when taking the drug.
One evening when I was 8, in the candlelit kitchen of our apartment in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, I sat at the table while my mother stirred a large glass of Kahlua and milk. In the background, Bruce Springsteen sang of gritty streets and the sinister seduction of cocaine. Whenever Springsteen was on the turntable, the mood of our apartment turned morose, and I often felt weighed down by his music as if smothered in heavy blankets.
When it comes to crack, politicians and pundits literally do not know what they are talking about. So have many of the rugged young officials now in charge of said hostilities. Both pencil pushers and paper pushers have been known to snort the occasional mound of cocaine.
Cocaine photo via Flickr user Valerie Everett. Almost all of it went to cocaine. I would be a millionaire.
Cocaine is a highly addictive substance. People who take it can become physically and psychologically dependant upon it to the point where they can't control their cravings. Researchers have found that subordinate cocaine-addicted monkeys will choose cocaine over food [source: Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center].
E veryone thinks Samuel L Jackson is about 15 years younger than he really is. No steady progression from dark to grey to white means the ageing process seems almost to have halted itself, and the man before me today, shaven-headed, tall, enviably lean and energetic, talkative and affable, could pass for a fit year-old. He was a Congressman, a preacher, a historian — he did a lot of things, he had a whole life, short as it was.
I know from experience that the need for the relief offered by drugs far outweighs the fear of the legal or health consequences. I was fully aware of the threat of prison, the potential for overdose and the dangers of sharing needles, but none proved even the slightest deterrent. For four years in my early 20s, I was a crack cocaine and heroin addict. I was arrested multiple times for stealing to feed my addiction, frequently shared needles with homeless people, and spent time as an inpatient at a mental hospital.