Chemsex and Harm Reduction for Gay Men and Other Men Who Have Sex With Men

Publications - Released in 2021

The criminalisation of drug use is prevalent globally, and the availability of harm reduction services is inadequate. However, harm reduction responses for sexualised drug use are even more inadequate, particularly compounded by criminalisation of sex between men. Gay men and other men who have sex with men and people who use stimulants are among the communities insufficiently served by existing or traditional harm reduction services. Furthermore, people engaging in chemsex have multiple vulnerabilities, leading to increased public health risks


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  • Harm Reduction International (HRI)
  • Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health (APCOM)