By: William Lopez, Staff Writer

TORONTO, CANADA —  The legendary Gay hookup site, has released a new study on drug-fueled sex, sometimes called “chemsex.”

The study, which surveyed 22,248 members, founded that 30 percent of them had engaged in sex while using illicit drugs. About 39 percent of respondents said they would consider engaging in “chemsex”, while 61 percent said they would not.

“We wanted to provide our members very important information about chemsex within the gay and bisexual community,” said Attila Szatmari, digital business director for’s parent company Pink Triangle Press. “We now have statistics from real people showing infrequent participation in chemsex, not this hyper-usage that seems to be reported in mainstream media.” said Szatmari. asked members about their recollection of chemsex experiences and use of protection during those experiences.When asked how much they remembered from their chemsex encounters, 85.5 percent of respondents said they remembered everything to mostly everything — and 10 percent said they recalled half of their experience. Only 4 percent said they remembered almost nothing, and the remaining 0.5 percent recalled nothing of the experience.

The survey also showed that during chemsex, 51 percent of men did not use protection during anal sex and 93 percent did not use protection during oral sex.

Among the respondents who had engaged in chemsex, 36 percent cited crystal meth as their drug of choice — followed by marijuana at 19 percent, cocaine at 13 percent and ecstasy at 11 percent.

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