Study on sex and weed seeking subjects

Published on February 11, 2021 by oz. staff

If you use cannabis when getting frisky in the bedroom, there are some researchers who want to hear from you.

Talk about your buzzed bang in an online research study led by researchers at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont.

They are looking into the relationship between cannabis and sexual well-being. People of all different genders, sexual orientations, and relationship statuses are asked to participate.

“Specifically, we are interested in learning more about how different patterns of cannabis use can affect various aspects of sexual functioning, including desire, arousal, orgasm, satisfaction, and pain, as well as sexual distress and pleasure,” say researchers.

“We are also interested in learning more about the sex-related reasons why people consume cannabis. We hope this information will enhance our understanding of the role that cannabis plays in sexuality and sexual well-being.”

It’s voluntary and you can decline to participate in the research (or any aspect of the research) at any time.

See and weed do have a reputation for going well together.