The sample consisted of 98 current xtc former users of MDMA. Several strategies were utilized to recruit respondents and data were collected through in-depth interviews during and The majority Sex respondents had used MDMA during the 6-month period prior to the interview and a large percentage had consumed the drug on occasions or more. Most respondents reported feelings of emotional closeness while consuming MDMA but without the desire for penetrative sex.
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