Chacruna’s Sex, Power & Psychedelics series explores pervasive cultural dynamics related to sex and power as they manifest in psychedelic research, science and communities. This series features reflections and research from individuals navigating  gender, race, power and sexuality as they intersect with the personal use and study of consciousness-altering substances. In this series, we explore how psychedelics can reveal and reform institutional and intellectual forces perpetuating sexual oppression, abuse and inequality, and welcome stories from those seeking to transform them. The series seeks submission for original articles related to this topic. 

For more information, and submissions write to Emily Sinclair at: <[email protected]

To read the articles of this series, click here.


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