Booty bumps (chems up the arse)
Booty bumps (chems up the arse) chems taken up the arse using a syringe without the needle (mixed in the barrel and squirted up) or put up there using a finger. The chems are absorbed through the lining of the anal canal and rectum.
Some chems taken this way can act faster than if swallowed or snorted and feel much stronger, but this can cause irritation, bleeding and/ or inflammation, increasing the risk of infection, and cause lasting damage to the arsehole and rectum.
Remember to wash your hands and use a new syringe each time, and lube the arsehole and the syringe barrel before inserting gently.
Spiking drinks and lubricant
Drink spiking is when alcohol or drugs are added to someone's drink without them knowing – so without their consent. In many cases, drinks are spiked with the intent of sexually assaulting or raping a person. There are also increasing instances of burglary and murder.
- G is added to soft drinks
- G is mixed with water-based/ silicone lubricants before/ during sex
- G is mixed in syringe lubricant applicators (or syringes without needles) and inserted up the bum
What to do:
- Measure, check and drink your own doses and don’t leave your drink unattended
- If you come to a drink later throw it away and wait an hour before dosing again, starting slowly
- Take a supply of your own lubricant if playing with a partner for the first time, unless you know and trust them
- Ensure consent is given freely and safe words are agreed, as required
The Sexual Offences Act 2003 states that it is an offence to administer a substance, like GHB and GBL, to a person with intent to overpower that person to enable sexual activity with them. This can mean up to 10 years’ imprisonment.
Sexual Offences Act 2003 | Wikipedia
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