Cannabis and Sex: Playboy Style

Cannabis and Sex: Playboy Style

It’s no secret that Playboy was the leader in the sexual revolution decades ago. You may not know this but Playboy is also a huge proponent for cannabis rights and has been for over half a century. So, who better to merge the 2 topics of sex and pot?’

Their recent blog post, 5 Step Guide to Cannabis for Sex provides advice for couples to fully experience their sexuality and explore new forms of pleasure in a safe, healthy and consensual way by leveraging cannabis.

Here are the highlights of the post:

Step 1: Talk to your partner.

The post stresses the importance of open and candid communication to make sure that all individuals are on the same page. This removes much of the potential awkwardness that could arise.

“The activity should, of course, be pleasurable for both parties (or all parties; we’ll stick to parties of two for simplicity’s sake), and you can’t achieve mutual pleasure without talking candidly about what each of you wants.”

Step 2: Pick the right product.

When it comes to cannabis, you have a choice. With a large array of CBD products now on the market, you don’t have get completely high to leverage cannabis in the bedroom. Although, you absolutely can…

“Once you and your partner settle on THC, CBD or some combination of the two, it’s time to discuss method. If you’d like a spot-specific high versus an all-body high, then perhaps a topical, such as a lubricant, is right for you. If you want an all-body high and don’t want to feel the effects, smoking or vaping is a good call. If you’re concerned about getting too high too quickly, an edible or a drink could be the perfect fit.”

Step 3: Remember, dose matters

There is a real risks of consuming too much cannabis which can lead to undesirable side effects. So the article suggests to “….err on the side of caution – smoke little by little, eat little by little.”

Step 4: Take it slow.

“So once you and your partner start getting busy, it’s crucial that you take your time – especially if it’s your first time combining the two.”

It’s a new experience for both of you. Your bodies (and mind) may be reacting differently to the cannabis you consumed or used. Taking it slowly and making sure your partner is doing ok will enhance the situation for both of you.

Step 5: Practice.

“Incorporating cannabis into your sex life is like losing your virginity all over again.”

But after some time, if it’s right for you and your partner, you’ll make it a great addition to your bedroom activities.

Conclusion:

So why not incorporate cannabis into your favorite activity? With these tips, Playboy has redefined the term “sex pot” and has helped us carry the high into the bedroom. Have a read of the full article here to get the details.

ABOUT PLAYBOY’s CANNABIS LEGACY.

Almost since its inception, Playboy has argued that the use of drugs like cannabis is intrinsic to an individual’s personal freedoms. The brand has covered cannabis-related topics since at least 1960, when it convened a panel of jazzmen including Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie to talk about narcotics and music.

Later that decade, the magazine published a professional assessment entitled Pot: A Rational Approach. “Not only is marijuana comparatively harmless on the face of all the evidence,” wrote trailblazing psychiatrist Dr. Joel Fort, “but there are even reasons to believe it may be beneficial in some cases.”

And not least of all in 1970, the Playboy Foundation made a founding donation of $5,000 to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), along with a commitment of $100,000 a year for the following 10 years. This funding allowed NORML to become a leader in the fight against marijuana prohibition and its advocacy for just laws and the fair treatment of users.

Playboy has pushed the envelope and challenged taboos, like the topic of cannabis, for over 65 years with an unwavering commitment to freedom in all its forms.

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