Online First Nr251

Psychiatr. Pol. ONLINE FIRST Nr 251: 1–17

Published ahead of print 13 September 2021

Marta Dora, Bartłomiej Dobroczyński

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Summary
As the social consent for seeking help in the area of psychosexual health increases, specialists observe the current socio-cultural changes and the new phenomena they give rise to reflected in their patients. One of these relatively new phenomena is chemsex. It is a distinct form of combining highly specific psychoactive substances and sexual activity, practised almost exclusively by men. Due to the increased health risks, associated both with the drugs used and the frequent lack of protection during sexual activity, international public health institutions consider chemsex a health problem of men who have sex with men (MSM). Although the introduction of MSM as a category in the 1990s – mainly in the context of HIV – was based on important epidemiological premises (the behavior, not the identification, is what is important in the context of risk), it is neglecting sexual identity that may be one of the missing links in the intersectional understanding and appropriate addressing of problematic chemsex.


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